We tow a 2022 Ram Power Wagon behind the motorhome. Being a large pickup, it offers us several options for carrying cargo and recovery should the need arise. The Power Wagon is a Ram 2500, with a 6.4L gas engine, factory lift, softer springs, different radius arms, electronic disconnecting sway bar, limited slip rear differential, front and rear lockers, and Warn Zeon 12K synthetic winch. There are also a few other small changes, but it’s effectively the feature set you’d expect on a supersized Gladiator Rubicion. It has full floating axles and fits 37s on stock suspension, which we run Toyo M/Ts on Method Bead Grip wheels. We use a Blue Ox Allure pintle tow bar, with the Air Force One braking system.

The bed is fitted with Ram Boxes that are used to store tools and miscellaneous spare parts. A custom overland rack fits over the bed, with a Yakima CBX 18 cargo box bolted to it, to store infrequently accessed lifestyle gear like our inflatable kayak. In the bed of the truck, we have a DECKED drawer system with one drawer dedicated to water pumps, bladders, and recovery gear, and the other dedicated to backpacking gear. The top of the rack also has things like traction mats, jacks, and additional fuel strapped to it. We added bike racks to the overland rack, to store our bikes as we travel down the road, but they’re usually removed and stored in a bike tent when we’re stationary for more than a few days.