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  1. I used to live on the I-70 route. If you aren't in a hurry take I-70. You will see some unbeliveable country but will have to pull Vail Pass and Eisenhour Tunnel both around 10,000ft but beautiful. Glenwood Canyon, Georgetown, Idaho Springs, just a few of the historic places along the way. Going accross on I-80 would be faster and easier but you would a great trip Enjoy
  2. I'll just share a problem I had. I have a 1998 Safari and had switching relay. If the relay is clicking I think It's probably bad. I had a bad relay that caused a power back feed and wiped out my electronic shifting board on my Allison tranny. very expensive. My advise is find a tech get it checked out by someone who knows what they are doing. It could save you a lot of money in the long run. Good Luck
  3. I think you have a great trip planed. I lived in Salmon several years in the 80's and it is beautiful country. Depending on your rig you will have some slow going all the way from Ketehum to Hamilton MT. There several Forest Service Campgrounds along the way. Things you can see and enjoy: Sawtooth Range at Stanley, Salmon River, Challis Hot Springs, Old Mining areas, Sunbeam area, North Fork River of No Return, Lost Trail. Just some PLaces we enjoyed. The third weekend of July Sawtooth Mountain Mamas Arts Festival at Stanley. Lots of beautiful country and history. enjoy your trip.
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