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RE: Grand Mesa CO - Trip Report

Thanks for posting. We went to Grand Mesa many years ago. I think we fished one of the Cottonwood lakes, but did better in a small lake called Silver Lake. Most of our fish came on Rooster Tails. Grand Mesa is a cool place and we plan on going back there one day. BradW
BradW 09/02/14 04:52am Truck Campers
RE: 10 years on the Truck Camper Forum

12/08/00 * * * norm 02/06/01 * * * Tripalot 02/09/01 * * * Juggler 03/02/01 * * * CSG 04/06/01 * * * Berticus 05/14/01 * * * BSH38 07/30/01 * * * sutak 07/31/01 * * * elkhorn98 09/17/01 * * * Dually 10/29/01 * * * BradW 11/18/01 * * * sirdrakejr (RIP) 02/02/02 * * * BENT ARROW 03/22/02 * * * ChopperBill 04/11/02 * * * John H 04/28/02 * * * Kopak 05/16/02 * * * Aktravler 05/21/02 * * * gaetan 08/24/02 * * * joe b. 10/21/02 * * * 54suds 11/06/02 * * * Boatycall 11/07/02 * * * ck1 11/11/02 * * * RamTC 11/12/02 * * * monkey44 01/27/03 * * * Raften 04/07/03 * * * sleepy 05/14/03 * * * Mello Mike 06/08/03 * * * Don87401 07/17/03 * * * River&Sand 08/20/03 * * * whizbang 10/10/03 * * * AnEv942 10/16/03 * * * DoneItAll 11/20/03 * * * JoeChiOhki 10/29/03 * * * skipbee 12/07/03 * * * devildog1971 01/21/04 * * * jefe 4x4 01/21/04 * * * OBXcamper 07/20/04 * * * billtex 08/04/04 * * * Barry W 10/05/04 * * * jponder (RIP) updated 8/29/14
BradW 08/29/14 06:37pm Truck Campers
RE: Colorado Camping in August 2014

Cool photos. Some of the first real Rocky Mtn trout fishing I ever did was in Monarch Lake back in the 70s. Actually saw a snake up there by the lake; didn't know they were that high up. I think its called a Rocky Mtn Garner Snake. They are harmless and it was moving real slow. :)
BradW 08/14/14 05:10am Truck Campers
RE: Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

I loved their cheese bread and red cabbage salad.
BradW 08/05/14 08:30am Around the Campfire
RE: Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

I describe it as Slipknot meets Hello Kitty. That's funny. Others have called it "Viciously kawaii (Japanese for cute) and satanically precious". LA Times BradW
BradW 07/29/14 08:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

1492, Hey, thanks for the help. I knew if I kept taunting you folks, someone from that area would come up with the answer. That must be it. They played at the Fonda Theatre (aka Music Box) which is about one mile west on Hollywood Blvd (just across Vine). I didn’t know there really were Mel’s Drive-Ins. I thought they were just part of the movie. I guess they are like Forest Gump Seafood Restaurants. Thanks again for the help! I will be sending you a one-day free pass to Bishops Castle near Rye, Colorado for your help. If you can’t find it, Shavano can give you directions. I hear that he is real tight with the owner. I know you forum moderators are already heavily overpaid for the very few hours you put in, but you tell Admin to put a little extra in your envelope this month for helping me find the dinning location of BABYMETAL and crew. Wouldn’t hurt to put a little something in Wayne’s envelope too; he is doing a great job. BradW
BradW 07/29/14 08:32pm Around the Campfire
RE: Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

Thanks for the response. I tried that a couple of days ago and didn't come up with anything helpful. Brad
BradW 07/29/14 10:09am Around the Campfire
RE: Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

Just eyeballing the clientele in this photo leads me to believe this restaurant doesn't attract much of an RV crowd..... I have no idea what you mean by that and me thinks I don't want to know. Come on! All the Southern Cal folks who read this forum and not one of you have ever been in that restaurant? I bet if I posted a photo of Northwoods over on Rosemead someone could name it. I need some help here. :) :) Brad
BradW 07/29/14 08:56am Around the Campfire
RE: Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

Yep. Metal fan since 1970; BABYMETAL fan since March. Metal had become so stagnant, predictable and boring. This is just what it needed; something different. And something different it is. :) :) BABYMETAL - Paris Live July 2014
BradW 07/29/14 05:16am Around the Campfire
RE: Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

Dang, I can't believe y'all have not come through on this. Surely someone has been in this LA area restaurant? Its pretty destintive with the old photos on the wall. Kinda reminds me of Rosie's in Pasadena, but they closed down a few years back. The photo was taken Saturday, maybe near Hollywood. I NEED HELP. Brad
BradW 07/28/14 01:54pm Around the Campfire
Identity of this Los Angeles Area Restaurant???

http://i.imgur.com/TgzFLPe.jpg width=600 Anyone in the Los Angeles area know the name of this restaurant where this photo was taken? Thanks for any help, Brad
BradW 07/27/14 09:00am Around the Campfire
RE: Silverton 4th

I like the San Juans. Lots of cool mtn 4x4 roads, animals, historic mining operations and great scenery. I would luv to spend the whole summer there. The only thing its missing is great fishing; or at least I ain't found it yet. Brad
BradW 07/07/14 07:39am Truck Campers
RE: ARB Locker in front axle

I would not put and ARB in the front without also having one in the rear. You know I love you Brad, that said, I disagree. If you buy a single ARB locker for the front, just wire the switch to the air solenoid, and you have a front locker regardless if you have a limited slip, spool, Lockright, etc... Several of my former Jeep buddies have a spool or Lockright in the rear, and an ARB in the front. And for a factory truck with a limited slip, the same thing can easily be done. But I still think the OP should also get a winch.... I love you too man. :) :) I'm not saying it can't be done. I'm just saying ARB goes to a lot of trouble building the wiring harness to prevent someone from locking the front without locking the back first. At least that was the case on my short wheelbase TJ. On a long wheel base truck, it may not be an issue. It's just something to consider. I have twin-stick Atlas on my Jeep, so I can lock the front ARB and totally disconect the rear drive. I ocasionaly do that in the woods to drag the front end around. Brad
BradW 06/25/14 07:39am Truck Campers
RE: ARB Locker in front axle

According to the ARB website, their RD197 will fit my front axle. I have no desire to put one on the rear. I’ve had ARB lockers on our Jeep for many years and they are GREAT offroad. One thing you may not be aware of is the ARB wiring harness that comes with front and rear ARB lockers (for my TJ anyway) actually prevents you from engaging the front locker unless the rear is all ready engaged. You can engage the rear or the front & rear, but not just the front. As I recall, the instructions which came with the lockers said this was to prevent loss of control of the vehicle and killing yourself and half the people in the county. So, based on that, I would not put and ARB in the front without also having one in the rear. Brad
BradW 06/24/14 07:32pm Truck Campers
RE: Question about WDH hitches for your TCers

http://www.fototime.com/9B2198D754626AB/orig.jpg F-350 DRW w/Timbrens and 9000's 16' 7,000 lb carhauler You definitely want the WD hitch. Our rig drives better on the interstate with the trailer behind it. I can't comment on the sway control. I'm sure it would help some. In our case, I haven't noticed a need for it, but with the large side areas of an enclosed trailer, your results may differ. Good Luck, Brad
BradW 06/23/14 08:32am Truck Campers
RE: Question for the guy's with duallies and big campers

I sure miss having Jponder add his expertise. :B I to miss him and his unique view of the world. Brad
BradW 06/20/14 08:46pm Truck Campers
RE: Question for the guy's with duallies and big campers

I've got a 4,000 pound 11' camper. I hauled it on a SRW 3500 for a couple years and switched to a dually. I only had to drive out of my garage, down the driveway, and onto the street to notice a huge reduction in sway and roll. Pretty much my story also; 4,000 lb camper on a couple of SRW's for several years. Then the same camper on a DRW; night and day difference. We also tow a 7,000 lb trailer hauling a jeep with a WD hitch. Our truck/camper drives better with the trailer than without it. Brad
BradW 06/20/14 08:43pm Truck Campers
RE: NEW GUY Looking for Best Hard Side TC for light off roading

With that truck, suspension lift, body lift and a hardside TC; one thing you need to consider is overhead clearance on offroad trails. Your vehicle will be extremely tall; likely the tallest vehicle to pass on those trails. I would guess 11' plus anything on the roof, like an A/C. That means you will likely hitting a lot of limbs with the top of your camper. I have run into that situation in developed campgrounds. Good Luck, Brad
BradW 06/17/14 04:57am Truck Campers
RE: Goodyear Marathon Trailer Tires

Don't mind me. I'm just looking around for a thread I seem to have misplaced around here somewhere........
BradW 06/11/14 09:53pm Travel Trailers
RE: Goodyear Marathon Trailer Tires

Just picked up my two new Maxxis ST205 R75/15 D-rated 8-Ply. Made in Thailand in Dec 2013. Mounted, balance and tax = $136 each. Brad
BradW 06/11/14 03:13pm Travel Trailers
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