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Old 10-07-2015, 12:43 PM   #1
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We just started out state to state move, from Tehachapi, California to Portland, Oregon. I am impressed with my 98 Silverado crew cab 1 ton dually, the truck is fully loaded and the ultralight also fully loaded. Weight police need not apply or respond because I know I am already pass the weight limits.

Temperatures didnt go pass 180 degrees and still cruising at 45-55 mph. Also impressive are the trailer tires, which is still the original trailer tires made by Freestar(made in China). No issues whatsoever. Got over the toughest part of I5 NB towards Oregon border.

Now onwards toward our destination.
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Old 10-07-2015, 01:10 PM   #2
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Safe travels. Sorry you have to leave one hole for another though.
Was finally able to edcape Portland after 67 years. Hope I never have to go back!
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