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Feature Friday - AllInTheBedOfATruck Claw II 35x12.5R20 Camper Tires!

This Feature Friday is showing off the story of Jimmy and Hannah and their amazing camper with their Treadwright Claw II 35x12.5R20E! Also known as AllInTheBedOfATruck! This amazing couple met in a brewery in Boulder Colorado in 2014 which led to a friendship that has recently turned into an Engagement! 

Woah, seriously - Congratulations Jimmy and Hannah!! 

In March 2016 this amazing duo bought an abandoned truck camper from a store lot for 1,200 which they found on Craigslist.  In December '16 the couple made the life-changing decision to go travel and overland full time! AllInTheBedOfATruck now travels all over the Country with their Claw II 35x12.5R20 Full time and escape the daunting routine of the typical Nine to Five.  It was at this point that AllInTheBedOfATruck was born.

So Enjoy this unique edition of Feature Friday, and give Jimmy and Hannah a follow on Instagram: @allinthebedofatruck as they upgrade to their new truck and install their beautiful camper to the new vehicle on a fresh set of Claw II 35x12.5R20s.   

To Show how detailed this build really is (and how much weight these Claws haul) check out this full Parts list from this camper Jimmy and Hannah pull with their camper!   


Jimmy and Hannah are experts - so when looking at this supply list also keep in mind everything must be secured when traveling.  

Entire Parts list of the AllInTheBedOfATruck 



 Cooking/Food storage:

  • Wedgewood 4 burner LP stove with Oven (Original)

  • Dometic "3-way" fridge (Original)

  • Yeti 65 liter cooler (mounted outside)

 Electrical Components:

 Interior items:


Custom construction:

  • Cherry tongue & groove countertops

  • Hand sewn curtains

  • Custom couch cushions (grey HD material)

  • Misc. recycled pallets for shelving/storage

  • 80/20 battery storage racks (inside truck bed)

  • Rear storage 1" steel tubing custom rack:

    • 2 x 5 gal Gas jugs

    • Honda EU200i Generator

    • Fishing poles

    • Outdoor chair trays

    • Large bow saw

    • Dual headed axe

    • Square metal shovel

    • Large plywood porch platform

  • Used RV roof rack from salvage yard

  • Dual propane auto-switch regulator

  • Dual propane rack with tie-down

  • CUSTOM dual Dirtbike carrier (Original Rack details HERE)

 Tow rig:

  • 2006 Ford F-350 Lariat 4x4

    • 6.0 Power Stroke V8

      • Crew Cab

      • Long Bed



  • Hannah's 2007 CRF150R

    • Flywheel weight

    • K&N Air filter

    • Acerbis hand gaurds

    • Maxxis IT MX tires

  • Jimmy's 2000 XR600R

    • Wiseco 10.5:1 piston

    • Bore/Hone/Valve Job/Valve Seals Feb 2017

    • White brothers exhaust (spark arrestor)

    • Tubeless front tire system

    • Acerbis hand guards

    • Chain/Sprockets April 2017

    • Maxxis Desert IT tires


Woah - That's a serious load


As Always feel free to share your build and Treadwrights in action with Tony@Treadwright.com.  We love to get your feedback and share your story with the community.  So have a great weekend and enjoy this write-up from Jimmy: 


From Jimmy in AllInTheBedOfATruck himself:

I bought my first set of Treadwright tires in May 2013 for my 1989 Jeep Comanche which I was just finishing the drivetrain replacement. Knowing I built the truck for the rocks & deep snow I decided to try the Kedge grip option. Every time I drive the Jeep after 4 years of weekends, the Treadwrights with Kedge Grip still impress me, every season & condition.

Trusting Treadwright: When deciding which tire to choose for the F-350 Adventure Mobile from Colorado to Alaska I decided to purchase the 35x12.50-18 E Claw Mud terrains with kedge grip. Initially ordered the tires without kedge & Treadwright shipped them out faster than I could change my order to Kedge Grip. I called Tony and discussed my issue and without hesitation Treadwright sent me the correct tires before the weekend & returned the others without any hassle. That weekend I confidently drove through the rockies hauling the camper & 4 snowmobiles.

Exploring North America with a retread mud terrain: My Fiance & I have been exploring Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Califorina, Nevada, Oregon & Washington in the Ford F-350 for the passed 3 months (6000 miles) experiencing every type of road possible. Our setup consists of a 3,000 lb custom truck camper carrying 2 full size dirt bikes from the rear hitch. The truck is near max capacity & we're still able to get to remote locations like this picture here from outside of Zion National Park:

Here are the adventure mobile 3 miles from the blacktop on the bottomless sandy beach in Pismo Beach, CA (where everyone gets stuck except us?):

All the way back to the primitive beach camping where you cant risk getting stranded.

Since then we decided to purchase a new adventure mobile to continue our indefinite trip north to Alaska & beyond.  But, unfortunately, the new truck came with different sized wheels, so I couldn't switch out these horrible white walled all seasons for the Claw Mud terrains. Time to call Treadwright!


Jun 18, 2017 • Posted by Firmin M Williams

Looks like a well thought out well prepared plan.

Jun 09, 2017 • Posted by Rebecca Forte

J&H you rock! Life is good, God is great! Travel safe to Colorado and beyond :) ♡♡

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