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    My new RV!

    Not sure where to put this thread so since all my buddies are here at the SCUT page I figured it was a good place to start. My wife and I purchased a new class C motorhome last September and are getting ready to rack up the miles in May. Our first trip will be from NH to TN, over to WV and back home. Will be doing around 3200 miles our first trip. I have been thinking it would be cool it any of you are along my route I could stop in and visit. Although I have never met any of you, I feel as though we are all a close knit group. Just a thought. Here is my new "tractor" and my route.
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    2011 1026R 54"MMM, D120 loader w/snowbucket and bucket quick attach conversion, 5' bush hog, middlebuster, 260 backhoe
    Remember: Too tight is two pieces

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    Looks like you will be passing between etcallhome and myself. I'm about 5 miles west of I79 just outside of Morgantown, WV.
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    Unfortunately you won't be within 100 miles of me. I am interested in your adventure, though. Do you have campgrounds identified along your route?

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    If stop #13 were just a little further south you could stop by here. How long will you be in the Chattanooga area?

    Nice motor home...
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    Quote Originally Posted by felixm22 View Post
    Looks like you will be passing between etcallhome and myself. I'm about 5 miles west of I79 just outside of Morgantown, WV.
    Like felixm said you'll be closer to him ,but I'm within 30 miles. In around Morgantown 2-4 days out of the week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by felixm22 View Post
    Looks like you will be passing between etcallhome and myself. I'm about 5 miles west of I79 just outside of Morgantown, WV.
    I will keep that in mind. When we get close I just may PM you for a visit. It all depends on how the trip is going.
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    2011 1026R 54"MMM, D120 loader w/snowbucket and bucket quick attach conversion, 5' bush hog, middlebuster, 260 backhoe
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    Yes 636, it's a 6.0. I couldn't afford the 6.6 Duramax diesel lol. It gets 10.5 miles to the gallon at 62mph which isn't too bad considering its a house.
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    2011 1026R 54"MMM, D120 loader w/snowbucket and bucket quick attach conversion, 5' bush hog, middlebuster, 260 backhoe
    Remember: Too tight is two pieces

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