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Old 01-17-2010, 11:56 PM   #1
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taking 90 day trip this summer need a lot of help

We Live in Oregon and want to make a east coast then follow the water back home again. Planning on all summer. We will work on the road online Need to know lots of things about mail and such. We have an old 94 Safari and are hauling our car on an 18' car hauler flatbed trailer. We would like to find others with old Full size Safari's to help with repair issues. We need a support group.
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Old 01-18-2010, 07:58 AM   #2
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wolfer;

Welcome to iRV2. We are glad you found us. I am sorry I can't help you with your questions as I have no travel experience in your area and no towing experience with a flat bed.

I do believe you have come to the right Site to get your answers. Hopefully someone will jump in here with some suggestions.

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Old 01-18-2010, 09:21 AM   #3
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Welcome also from East Tennessee. I'd suggest you look at the Owners and also the Towing sections of our Forum. As Petro says"Someone will know" and reply.
Again WELCOME
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wolfer, welcome to iRV2. Be sure and do a through check on all of the systems befoer you hit the road. carry a spare fule filter and fan belts. Check the date code on your tires and make sure they are less the 5 years old.

Carry a laptop and use the WiFi to check in here if you have any questions.

Now, when you get to Texas be sure and look up the Texas Boomers and see where we are camping. We always like to meet new folks.

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Welcome. Ask the questions and someone will have an answer.
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Welcome also from East Tennessee. I'd suggest you look at the Owners and also the Towing sections of our Forum. As Petro says"Someone will know" and reply.
Again WELCOME
Wolfer, I grew up in Madisonville, TN and plan on spending the fall there this year. Probably will stay around Tellico Plains.
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