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Old 01-29-2020, 10:34 PM   #1
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AZ79 Tucson to US 69

we'll be heading to Mesa AZ from Benson AZ in a few weeks and considering using AZ79 between I-10 to US 60 west of Superior. we've never been on 79 and wondering about its suitability for a 40' class A towing a Jeep SUV. insights and comments appreciated.
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79 from Tucson is a good way to go - nice and flat but scenic.

(You've got US69 in your title..... not familiar with that in Arizona. Did you mean 60?)
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Old 01-30-2020, 04:51 AM   #3
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79 from Tucson is a good way to go - nice and flat but scenic.

(You've got US69 in your title..... not familiar with that in Arizona. Did you mean 60?)
thanks. typo in the title...should be US60
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Old 01-30-2020, 05:07 AM   #4
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We just spent last week in Tucson, not rving. My wife was at a business conference and we took an extra few days to explore the National Parks and surrounding areas.

We did visit a couple of campgrounds and resorts and saw rv's of all kinds and shapes. So I don't think the roads should be a problem. There's lots of open space out there.
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