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Old 09-08-2013, 06:02 PM   #11
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Not to many ways to get from Asheville to Tennessee without traveling I-40. One you get into NC, it is a piece of cake.
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Old 09-09-2013, 05:56 AM   #12
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Do you have a 4x4 TV? If so, don't be afraid to use 4x4 if the roads are sketchy. Once you get the TT home, be sure to hose the entire thing very well especially the underside. Use lots of water and be prepare to get wet. Our camper was hauled to an early spring camper show in Syracuse and when we bought that August, There was still salt on the underside! We didn't notice all the rust under it until I was working on a water leak on one of the fresh water tanks after we got it home.
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Yes, we pull with a 4x4. We planned to de-winterize upon arriving and winterizing before leaving. I've taken this route many times...in the summer, and it's a beautiful drive. I just get nervous.
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Myrtle Beach is full of storage places on US17... Maybe tow it down there now and place in storage. Then make your Christmas trip for a longer stay during the winter months... Been to Charleston and N Chargleston alot during the winter months in my working years but have never looked for storage places there...

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