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Old 02-04-2018, 08:13 PM   #1
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Traveling To Reno, Nv.

In May we will be traveling to Reno, Nv. We have a 35 ft
Itasca Sunova V10 Gasoline driven motorhome. We are coming
from Kansas City. I wanted to know about either traveling through the mountains over either I-70 or I-80. I am a little nervous and wanted to
which is the best way to go and any tips on coming down from high grades.
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In May we will be traveling to Reno, Nv. We have a 35 ft
Itasca Sunova V10 Gasoline driven motorhome. We are coming
from Kansas City. I wanted to know about either traveling through the mountains over either I-70 or I-80. I am a little nervous and wanted to
which is the best way to go and any tips on coming down from high grades.
I-80 in Wyoming is flatter & not much to see but has the history of high (60 to 75 mph not unusual)winds..
I-70 is mountainous with several long steep grades up & down.. but has awsum scenery...
Your coach will do well either route,,, Just take your time... The gear you go up the hill is the one to use going down the other side..
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I appreciate all your input and help.
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