Warn Hub Receiver

First look, pairing, setup, and use of the Warn Hub Receiver wireless winch remote. Made for most Warn winches plus a vision for other brands. The app was fast and intuitive on my iPhone 8, and displays battery voltage. Warn has a great and detailed video here about all aspects of the Warn Hub receiver and app. Tell ’em you saw it … Read More

Fog lights under front bumper

Moving these super-compact, ultra-wide, All Terrain Projector (ATP) PIAA 1100p lights from the rear of the flatbed, to the bottom of the front bumper skid plate was a great modification. Designed for the front of motorcycles with high vibration resistance and an SAE-F compliant beam, these lamps were not great when viewed through the mirrors or camper back door.  Yet these little … Read More

Plumas National Forest Fire Lookout

Cliff area ahead! They aren’t kidding!  If one was to rip-up this road at night you could easily fly right off the mountain. Maybe during daylight also? Had hoped to take a twisty mountain ride on two of my favorite Sierra Nevada highways. However, fire mop-up operations were still underway and the roads were closed. Needed to punt, so did … Read More

Hagerman Pass Road, Colorado

Heading down the east side of Hagerman Pass, near Leadville, Colorado, after crossing the continental divide. I’m in my 2017 Ram/Cummins with Hallmark Nevada flatbed camper, following my buddy Brad, pulling his Kimberley Karavan trailer with his second generation Toyota Sequoia, and Tony in his 6.4L F-250 with a Four Wheel Campers Hawk on the back. Tell ’em you saw … Read More

Four Wheel Campers outfit crawling to the Crystal Mill

Crawling to the Crystal Mill, Monday, August 10, 2020. The area was a bit crowded and popular for our liking, we had planned to continue beyond the mill, but decided to go elsewhere. Tell ’em you saw it on RoadTraveler.net Please consider becoming a patron. James Langan Copyright James Langan/RoadTraveler. All Rights Reserved    

Cooper STT PRO first rotation review

Cooper STT PRO LT295/65R20 after the first 2,381 miles. Research the STT PRO here: Cooper Discoverer STT PRO Tell ’em you saw it on RoadTraveler.net Please consider becoming a patron. Copyright James Langan/RoadTraveler. All Rights Reserved Resource: Cooper Tire      

Flatbed custom fuel tank project, part 1.

The custom auxiliary fuel tank project for our 2017 Ram/Cummins 2500 is underway! June 2019 I added two additional aluminum toolboxes aft-axle on my Hallmark Nevada Hillsboro flatbed camper outfit. My idea was to eventually remove one of the large, 30-inch-long front boxes and replace it with a fuel tank, preferably a commercially available aluminum saddle tank for a medium-duty … Read More