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Old 04-06-2016, 11:01 AM   #101
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We drove 60 miles last summer for one leg of our trip. Was I tired, not really the last 30 hours was Nashville rush hour stop and go. The day was 12 hours with fuel and food stops. Just wanted to get there rather than another overnight stop partway.
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Old 04-06-2016, 07:16 PM   #102
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How many miles do you tow a day

Anybody can be right handed. Being tall has its ups and downs. 6/300 - 6 hrs or 300 min is normally my routine. Easy to do, and not feeling bad about taking the time. Never travel faster than 62 mph.
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Old 04-06-2016, 10:06 PM   #103
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Old 04-07-2016, 12:23 AM   #104
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I'm retiring in 30 days and we are planning our maiden voyage (long distance) for July and Aug. about 4200 miles roundtrip. We have planned out no more then 350 miles a day with stops of 4 to 9 days in some places. Start in Ca to Or, Wa, Id, Mt, SD, Wy, Nv and back to Ca. We will leave on the 5th of July and be home around 15th of Aug... so 300 to 350 miles on each move....
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I'm well over 6 feet. No wait....that's circumference, not height! Vertically, I'm too short to reach the top shelf....

Can't comment on driving far...have yet to do it. Goshen will be furthest by far. Probably go 11 hours to Terre Haute or so, then 5-6 rest of way next day. One day hope to see the USA in my Chevrolet.......slowly!
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