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

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

Dodge Ram 35 inch spare tire

Question: How much spare tire can you fit under your truck? Answer: It depends. This post is about squeezing a large (35.4-inches) tire into the stock location on a late-model, fourth-generation, Dodge Ram Cummins pickup. Both my Ram 2500 trucks (2014 and 2017) have had the tailpipe heat shield removed to facilitate winching a much larger tire into the factory … 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    

Toyo Open Country C/T 10,000 Mile Review

Toyo C/T 10,000 mile report When the Toyo Open Country C/T was initially introduced it was only available in Canada. A few years ago, when that changed, it moved to the top of my must try list. Commercial traction or hybrid designs are my favorite type of tread, and the C/T might be the best, slowest-wearing design I’ve used on … Read More