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dunefreak

River crossing flooded, 12-24-10

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jeez just asking

NP... but if he is saying that it has 4' dips then I think it ends up being a judgement call... would you drive a motorhome into raging water with a 4 ft dro off?

No issue on my end I am just saying ...if you are going next weekend i think it will be ok ... if your going tonight? then I would say nay nay

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I hope this is not going to be a El Nino type winter. That was a lot of water that went through there.

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i need to make a last minute decison on whether to go thru or not. can a 40 foot diesel pusher motorhome towing a 26 foot double stacker enclosed trailer make it thru? i am going to be arriving at the river tomorrow morning around 10am. 12/27/10

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i need to make a last minute decison on whether to go thru or not. can a 40 foot diesel pusher motorhome towing a 26 foot double stacker enclosed trailer make it thru? i am going to be arriving at the river tomorrow morning around 10am. 12/27/10

well it has nothing to do with power. the crossing has a 4' drop off so if u have big tires and money for repairs, feel free

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Here's what HTownPerf sent me just a bit ago...

It's only about 2 ft deep max. Water goes to maybe the top of a trailer tires rim! It's not 4 ft deep like some think. Maybe yesterday! It's more of a not getting hung up situation! HEIGHT! I'll take some pics tomorrow morning!

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Here's what HTownPerf sent me just a bit ago...

It's only about 2 ft deep max. Water goes to maybe the top of a trailer tires rim! It's not 4 ft deep like some think. Maybe yesterday! It's more of a not getting hung up situation! HEIGHT! I'll take some pics tomorrow morning!

Pete - coming in tomorrow around 3 pm. A pic of someone driving through the deepest part would be much appreciated. I'm hauling my brand new Voltage toyhauler and dont want to thrash it on its maiden voyage.

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Pete - coming in tomorrow around 3 pm. A pic of someone driving through the deepest part would be much appreciated. I'm hauling my brand new Voltage toyhauler and dont want to thrash it on its maiden voyage.

I will post whatever updates I get via text or whatever. I'm not there so were at the mercy of the duners' updates that are sent to us.

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