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nedmtnman
post Nov 21 2012, 02:46 PM
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http://www.prochan.com/embed?f=e53_1351184775


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We are now off the road but this is what we fulltimed in.
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post Nov 21 2012, 06:38 PM
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That's some video. It reminded me of an incident some years ago (think it was at the Mississippi lock 15 in Rock Island IL) where I came across an 11 foot overpass and it completely stopped me in my tracks. I did not know how high my class C rig was. I was afraid that my A/C would get ripped off. There were some pedestrians on the sidewalk and they told me to go for it. I slowly did and made it through with inches to spare. That night in the campground I measured the height of my rig and every other one since. Now you can get a GPS to figure where to drive to avoid these low overpasses, but that takes all the "fun" out of it. smile.gif
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