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Old 09-12-2009, 11:31 AM   #1
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Re: Road trip from hell...

Ive got would could be a no brain question, when driving a skoolie down hill what is the proper proceedure if the vehicle has got a 545 allison automatic? I have drove standards in the hills but never a automatic. Ive always gone down the hill in the same gear that I climbed it in or one lower. Watching my tachometer keeping the R P M s as low as I can. Russell
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Old 09-13-2009, 01:34 PM   #2
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Re: Road trip from hell...

Sounds like a long trip and home ok, good deal. We were in Reno for the entire weekend (at The Nugget in Sparks) and spoke with some folks that were just back from BM for the Johnnie Lang concert. They mentioned that this years weather was pretty good for BM, not overly hot and not to dusty when compared to previous years. I trust you had an enjoyable event and trip.
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