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Old 06-26-2020, 08:28 AM   #1
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Pig Trail Arkansas 43' Foot Towing

We'd like to drive the Pig Trail in Arkansas but not sure it is a viable road for a 43' class A towing. Anyone with experience they can share? TIA
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There are several hairpin turns that are going to make navigation difficult. You absolutely will have to go wide blindly into the other lane into these to make the corner.
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Done it on a motorcycle.. very tight hairpin turns.. I don't think I would do it with my 40ft MH. Might have to back up to make the turn. And you might really tick off some motorcyclist that cant get around you.. Watch some videos on You Tube and check it out..
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Here's a YouTube. There are more. It's a popular motorcycle ride and they would absolutely hate riding behind you.

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I wouldn't

We made the mistake of driving it just with our truck and no camper a couple of years ago. OMG. There are so many motorcycles and some just poke along or suddenly decide to stop. If there's a group, they are sorta spread out all over the place pulling off and on and what-not. We couldn't wait to get off it. We would not tow our camper on it. It is beautiful.
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Thanks for feedback everybody and the video. We’ve decided to spend a couple of days in the area and enjoy the drive in our tow car.
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I’ve towed 26’ bumper pull trailers down it with my pickup, no big deal. And driven the motor home pulling a 22’ car hauler. But a 40’ MH would be very snug.
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