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Old 08-10-2010, 08:18 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Cheeplow View Post
That is a good point- I will be hauling a 23' Flying Cloud with a Jeep Commander that has a 4.7 liter engine.
Going back to the original question, will Cheep' have a problem with this rig towing across the mountains? I don't have a clue.

I think the easiest way to cross the continental divide is taking I-80 across Wyoming (unless you go through NM). This is South Pass and was the way of the Oregon Trail. Of course, there are many more mountains after that. I-84 would take you up through Boise and into NE Oregon I think. This goes through high desert, but the grades are probably less. Going through the Columbia Gorge would take you to the ocean (maybe that's still I-84).


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