I-10 to San Manuel (San Pedro River Rd)

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I-10 to San Manuel (San Pedro River Rd)

Post by kingsnake » Jun 08 2013 10:26 am

Anybody ever driven it? It appears to be dirt most of the way. How is it for 2x2? :-k
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Re: I-10 to San Manuel (San Pedro River Rd)

Post by azbackpackr » Jun 08 2013 11:30 am

Yes. Fine. Go do it. Worst you will find is a lot of washboarding. I'd drive my old Honda Accord on it if I felt like it, though.

Cascabel Road is what I've always called it, but I guess that's not the official name.
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Re: I-10 to San Manuel (San Pedro River Rd)

Post by RedRoxx44 » Jun 09 2013 5:13 am

And a lot of dust this time of year----

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Re: I-10 to San Manuel (San Pedro River Rd)

Post by azbackpackr » Jun 09 2013 5:18 am

Yum, love to eat dust! ;)
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Re: I-10 to San Manuel (San Pedro River Rd)

Post by kingsnake » Jun 09 2013 7:50 am

It's high in minerals ...
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