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Old 04-08-2003, 04:34 PM
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A good roll of 200mph tape and you are set...

Hey, this is Nascar country!!!
 
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QS,
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Coolness on the Myco.

Either way, you are going to face the mountains. The route I mentioned are newer Interstates, just commissioned in the past few years. The newer ones were built a little straighter and a little better, as such not having to circumfrence a mountain at the same time you are scaling it. The PA TP is damn harry at times. I drove a Ryder truck through there several years ago with a 65mph governor on it. The semis were blowing by me at 90 at times. I had to put the thing in neutral and coast down the mountains not to get creamed.
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Congrads and good luck. Have a safe trip!
 
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Brian
I'm going to take the roads that you suggested. All I can remember about the last time I was out that way is up the hill down the hill and the truck brakes smoking as they went by. As long as the boat doesn't pass me on the way down a mountain I should be OK. I just got a new box anchor, maybe I should take it along.

I really can't wait to get this summer started. It would help if it got above 32*.
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Roger,
I can't wait to see the new toy!
Have a good trip.

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Dont forget your snow chains!

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Have a safe trip and even with the new trailer when you are towing long distance you are good to have that stuff. Even with a Myco. We were trailering a Top Gun with a brand new Myco and we found a bunch of problems with the trailer that we had to fix so everyone makes mistakes.

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Roger , good luck! I can't wait to see the new boat. Sounds like the weather here will be good, I hope it's reasonable on the East coast.
I heard low 80's by next week, you may get to get her wet.
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