Baja Boss A/T, outer rib.

What a great looking tire, and from every angle! Here’s a quick slide show peek (no audio) of the features of the outer rib lugs. All sizes have 18.5/32″ of tread depth. More detailed initial video view coming soon. Tell ’em you saw it on RoadTraveler.net James Langan/RoadTraveler May 19, 2021 Copyright James Langan/RoadTraveler. All Rights Reserved Resource: Mickey Thompson Tires & … Read More

Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T first look

Just received this set of Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T tires to evaluate. The Sidebiters on the new Baja Boss A/T are the beefiest sidewall tread I’ve seen on an all-terrain, and appear as rugged as most modern mudders! Much more about these in the weeks and months ahead. Tell ’em you saw it on RoadTraveler.net James Langan/RoadTraveler May 3, 2021 Copyright … Read More

New Mickey Thompson Baja Boss A/T

Mickey Thompson takes All-Terrain Tires to The Next Level with the new Baja Boss® A/T  STOW, OHIO – April 5, 2021-  Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels introduces the all new Baja Boss A/T (video link) hybrid all-terrain tire in a variety of sizes to fit 16-, 17- 18-, 20-, 22- and 24-inch wheels.  The new Baja Boss A/T offers aggressive looks … Read More

SEMA 360 Show 2020

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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

Factor 55 Rope Retention Pulley 30 foot pull

First use of the Factor 55 Rope Retention Pulley, approximately 11,500 pounds, rolling, up a slight grade for 30 feet, using a Warn 16.5 ti-S winch. Ambient temperature was 55° F. The temperature of the Rope Retention Pulley, in the sun, was 86° F before starting and 86° F after; there was no measurable temperature increase during this test pull. Total winching time … Read More

Factor 55 Rope Retention Pulley or pulley block?

Quick weight and size comparison of the Rope Retention Pulley from Factor 55 and traditional 4WD pulley blocks. Tell ’em you saw it on RoadTraveler.net Become a RoadTraveler patron. Thanks! James Langan Copyright James Langan/RoadTraveler. All Rights Reserved Resource: Factor 55