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Old 03-07-2016, 01:22 PM   #1
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Phoenix to Eugene

We willl be travelling from Phoenix to Eugene, OR towing a 40 ft fift wheel with a Ram dually the end of March. We are looking for an easy route. We have to be there by April 7th. TIA
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Old 03-07-2016, 01:42 PM   #2
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Not many ways that won't take you though some mountain passes. You probably want to go west into CA and get on I-5. That will go all the way to Eugene. Also, if you decide on a "scenic route" through Nevada, be aware Chain Law is in effect until May 1. They are required because most of the passes are above 6000 feet and heavy snow is still a frequent concern.

Safe travels and have fun!
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Back in the day when I was trucking I would go out to Quartzsite and up through Parker over to Vidal Junction then north to I-40 at Needles.
From there on west to Barstow then to Bakersfield and on north on I-5 anywhere I needed.
That always got me around the nasty scales at Banning and the LA pit.
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