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Need advice on Route 66 Travels in a large RV

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I am trying to find out if you can take a larger fifthwheel on Route 66? We are in AZ now and leaving for Wisconsin on Tuesday. So we go the entire route from Arizona and then some! My husband looked at the turn by turn maps on the historic site 66 and says we can't do it. Our Rig is too long... (about 60 ft) too high... dirt roads etc. We both drive tractor trailers and have experience with big rigs, I would be so grateful for comments, I would love to take this route home, but if it is not a good idea, that is fine too; I just would like to know. You or anyone could post answers on my blog or directly to my email.
http://rvingdog.blogspot.com/ Or email me directly at:gtrgone@live.com

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