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Old 10-13-2016, 10:00 AM   #31
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I would just get on I-40east and follow it all the way to I-77south in NC at Statesville and go on down to Charlotte, NC.
I drove from central NC to Lawton OK twice this summer and we drove I-40 from NC to OKC both times coming and going. Road work here and there but a good drive overall. I was pulling a 38ft 5th wheel out, left it and then returned 10 weeks later to bring it back home. 1250 miles from here to there and so I made it to CA each trip just never past OK.
anything else you can let me know if I can answer your questions..
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Better to get off I40 just before Hickory onto Hwy 321 South to Gastonia and then East on I85, I77 is a nightmare all the time both directions.

BTW, OP's tt storage problem has been solved.
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Old 11-11-2016, 04:19 PM   #32
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Ejs4029 has parked his camper at OC's storage unit, had all the tanks drained, water lines drained, anode removed from water heater and will be moved to his assigned lot in about a week. Welcome to NC Ed! Congratulations on selling your house in CA. It was a real pleasure meeting you and your father. Good luck at your new job.

Interesting that Ed's 2016 has stab jack motor on each corner of the trailer. They are pretty quick and quiet also.
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Old 11-11-2016, 06:41 PM   #33
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Thanks for all your help Neil....It was a smooth trip 2462 miles with no problems...I averaged 13.0 Miles per gallon for the trip
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Thanks for all your help Neil....It was a smooth trip 2462 miles with no problems...I averaged 13.0 Miles per gallon for the trip
Didn't do much and Thanks again for lunch.
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Old 11-19-2016, 06:34 PM   #35
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Ejs4029 moved his trailer from the front yard to his assigned spot alongside the garage, got it winterized for NC. (antifreeze in the drains and toilet, low point drains opened, anode removed, tanks drained, etc)

Ed can hook up to electric as soon as we leave for FL.
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