Advice on traveling to Utah - Page 4 - Fiberglass RV

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Old 07-27-2012, 07:44 AM   #43
Name: Michael
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Originally Posted by Roger C H View Post
Have you ever taken this route pulling a trailer?
Yes, we have. I was pulling with a Ford F150 302ci at the time with no problems at all. The secret is to stay within your limitations. If 50kph is all you can do then sit back and pour a coffee and enjoy the scenery. Seriously I stayed in 2nd gear on the way up so the transmission wouldn't be hunting all the time and extended courtesy to whomever wanted to pass.

Once again Scotty's campground in Creston was fantastic. It's barely noticeable from the road though. On our visit a pile of vintage cars and hot rods w/matching Bolers stayed the night. Bonus!!

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