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Speaker 3: Today on a 2013 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to review and install the Firestone Air Command 1, part number F-2-0-9-7. All right, let's start off a review with our gauge. We got simple single gauge here. Classic black lettering on white background and red needle here. Very simple to operate. We got up with this lever right here, kicks on the air compressor. You notice that red needle goes up.
Today on our 2002 Chevrolet Silverado we're going to be taking a look at installing the Reese Chevrolet Bowtie LED Lighted Vehicle Emblem. Part Number: RP86618. We'll be installing this in conjunction with the Hopkins 4-Pole Loop. Part Number: HM48145. Here's what it looks like when it's installed. As you can see when it's on during the daylight it's just going to be like a black metallic coating. When you apply your tail lights or your breaks it's going to become transparent and the red LEDs are going to light up through.
Today in our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to be taking a look at installing the Curt T-connector vehicle wiring harness for factory total package four flat pole driller connection, part number C55384. Here it is installed. It's a nice forward flat if you're going to tow your trailer and you don't have to do any cutting on your wiring harness. It's going to plug in between your factor 7-way connector. Now, on this vehicle, we don't have one, but if you did, you'd have your 7-way up here and you'd have a forward flat down here. Now let's go ahead and show you how to install it.
Today in our 2002 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to be taking a look at installing the Rampage SuperBrite LED Tail Light Bar, 60-inch long, part number RA960136. It's got red and white LEDs. They're going to be really bright, long-lasting, and they're very fast to activate. The red lights will come on for your stop and turn and taillight functions, while the white lights illuminate when you place your vehicle in reverse. It's fully sealed and waterproof. It's designed to be surface-mounted and have a seamless look. It fills the gap between your tailgate and bumper. That would be our taillights, left turn, right turn.
Today on this 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500, we're going to be testing the Dee Zee Truck Bed Toolbox, part number DZ8537. This is a nice sturdy aluminum toolbox, so you know it's not going to rust, and it also is kind of unique in how it sits in the truck bed, where it has this lip on this side here that actually fits perfectly up against the cab of the truck and still is able to open the chest completely. It's not like the toolboxes that lay over the bed rails, so therefore it has a low profile and you're not going to be able to see it if you're just looking at the truck from the outside. It does lock and has a paddle handle, and it has about 6.4 cubic feet of space to work with, plus it has this metal tray here that can slide back to forth to store your smaller items. This is perfect from anything for tools to tool bags, gym bags, whatever you're going to be carrying with you on the job site. It measures 37 1/8th inch long by 19 inches wide by 15 inches tall. There you have it, for the Dee Zee Utility Chest Truck Bed Toolbox, part number DZ8537 on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500.
Today on this 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500, we're going to be installing the BakFlip G2 Tonneau Cover part number BAK26101. The BakFlip G2 Tonneau Cover is the perfect solution to keep anything you have inside the bed of your truck safe from the elements. As you can see, the tonneau cover actually sits nice and flesh with the truck bed making it look like it's actually part of the truck. It has an aerodynamic design which will cut down wind drag and possibly lowering your gas mileage. Because of how it folds, you can actually gain access to certain parts of the truck to get whatever you need without folding the entire tonneau cover up towards the front. And if you needed access to all of your truck bed, this does fold up all the way to the front and is held in place by two rods. It also has these pads here that I'm sure that the tonneau cover doesn't damage the cabover truck once you have it folded up.
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Husky Gearbox Interior Storage System for pickup trucks, part number HL09001. As you can see, it keeps all your items organized and stops them from moving around. Put it out of sight, just go ahead and fold your seat down, and the seat actually acts as a lid, and it's secure. It contours the floor very nicely, it's got a nice textured finish, and the black plastic gives it the factory look. It has two removable dividers, so if you have some small objects you want to put in there, or you can remove them and put a long object in there. Go ahead and take our organizer, we'll place it in the vehicle, slide it back, and there are two safety straps, wrap around our tie down point, just want to make it secure so it won't slide around, tuck the strap back out of the way, secure it on the other side. On the passenger side you can slide it right through the brace on the seat, tuck your strap out of the way.
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Hopkins insight flex mount trailer brake controller. Part number HM47297. On our controller switch there's a manual override, so if you needed to apply the brakes to your trailer manually simply squeeze in and apply pressure. This button with the plus and the minus on it is going to control your power sent to your trailer brakes. As you go up it goes up in increments of 5% and will do the same thing on the way down. The other side of that switch has an S on the button.
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Cipa Custom Towing Mirrors Slip-Ons for the driver and passenger side, part number CM10900. These mirrors are designed to extend your field of vision and block out any blind spots that you might have while you're pulling your trailer. These mirrors are made out of a durable ABS plastic and they fit over your factory mirror, and they're designed not to interfere with the factory operation, and it has a manual outside mirror that you can change so you can see around the end of your trailer. It has a textured finish that's going to be just like your factory mirror and you can still fold your mirrors in with them attached. These mirrors feature an easy, tool free install, they just slip over your factory mirror. We're going to start with our driver's side mirror, the left side. The kit does come with two pieces of foam tape, one is square, one has got the corners knocked off. Before you put the tape on, you want to take a little bit of rubbing alcohol and clean the area it's going to fit in. The other one's going to fit right here so we'll clean that off at the same time.
Today on our 2003 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the BAKFlip G2 Hard Tonneau Cover. Part number BAK26102. Now you can see that we have our BAKFlip G2 Hard Tonneau Cover installed. It's in the closed position. It's going to create security for your bed and your objects inside, because you cannot open it from the outside, the tailgate must be dropped first to unlatch it. If your vehicle's not equipped with a tailgate lock, we have one available on our website that would work just great. We have the Pilot Integrated OEM Tailgate Lock, part number LH-003.
Today on this 2002 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to review and install the Hopkins Endurance Multi-Tow Twist-Mount 7-Way RV and 4-Way Trailer Connector, part number HM40920. This is what it looks like when it's installed. Let's go ahead and cover some of the features. First up, we'll go ahead and open it, take a look at inside this 7-pole connector. This has a very common 7-way RV style connector with the flat blades. This will accommodate 7 circuits.
Today on our 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 with a 6 1/2 foot bed we'll be taking a look at and installing the CURT double lock flip and store under bed gooseneck hitch with installation kit, part number C607-604. Here's what our gooseneck is going to look like once it's installed. You're going to see that it's going to have a nice flush look on the back of the vehicle. Everything is going to be low profile, down in the corrugation, and you'll even have a cover over the top when you don't have any use and when it's in the stowed position. That cover is included. It's going to have a real easy installation. The only drilling is going to be to put that four-inch hole in the bed of the truck and the two holes for the chain tie-downs that are going to be spring-loaded on the sides.
Today on our 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500 we will be taking a look at and installing a Curt Custom Fit 5th Wheel Installation kit, part number c16418-204. Here you can see the custom base plates installed. They're gonna provide a nice stable base for our customers 5th wheel that you see here. The custom brackets mount beneath your truck bed and provide attachment points for those 5th wheel brackets that you see here. Now this is going to be a custom fit for each and every vehicle. As you can see here it's gonna have a real nice look in the back of your truck. The complete kit and brackets with the rails and hardware included and just minor drilling the frame and through the bed.
Today on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado we're going to take a look and show you how to install the Husky GearBox interior storage system. Part number is HL09001. Our gearbox is going to have a solid rigid core. Applied to the top of that is going to be a textured finish that's going to give us kind of an original equipment look and it's also got a little bit of a grip to it so it's going to help those items, keep them from sliding back and forth. Another great option here, you can see the removable divider, let's us kind of customize our compartments. If we need a couple smaller one's we'll throw our dividers in. If we need a longer one we can simply pull it out.
Today on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado we are going to show you how to install the Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System, part number is TGMRCK35S. Here you can see our Timbren installed. It is going to give us a nice fuller stop here, our actual jounce stop, or jounce bumper was only about this long. This is going to allow us, with no contact here, to have no real change in the unloading handling of our vehicle. As we apply our load it is going to bring this down and it is going to rest on those jounce stops. That's going to give us improved suspension.
Today on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado we're going to show you how to install the Stromberg Carlson 4000 series 5th wheel louvered tailgate with lock, part number is VGM-07-4000. As you can see we have a nice snug fit here. The fully adjustable end caps are going to allow us to really give it a really nice customized look. You can see that the gate's going to follow right along with the contours of the truck, gives it a really like a factory or original equipment look. What the gate's got to offer. We're going to have that nice low drop whether we're trying to back up to a goose neck trailer, a 5th wheel trailer, we're not going to have to worry about getting in and out and closing the gate, opening the gate, allows it to pass over very nicely. It's going to have e ventilated or an open design.
Today on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Hopkins Smart Hitch Backup Camera and Hitch Aligning System. Part number is HM50002. Here you can see as we're backing up to our trailer to keep a good steady look at it. We can get our cameras adjusted just right with the swivel heads. We'll know when our red line starts flashing, our trailer should be directly above our ball. There's no longer a need to have somebody helping you or guiding you back. To switch out of our Hitch Mode into Everyday Mode, simply hit the button on the side, turn the Hitch Line off. That'll give us our normal, everyday kind of deal, which comes in really handy, especially with these big trucks in these tighter parking lots, parking spots, and things like that. It's going to allow you to get safely into your spot without bumping anybody else's vehicle. Perfect. Before we install it, let's take a quick look over the components that we're going to have. Here's our monitor screen. That's going to hook up to the 19 ft 7 in wire that we've got running from the back.
Today on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Stromberg Carlson 100 Series 5th Wheel Tailgate with Open Design. Part Number is VGM-07-100. Now, here's what our gate looks like installed. As you can see, it's a really nice looking addition to the back of the truck ere. It is going to have the open design. It's going to allow for great visibility behind the truck. Sometimes maneuvering, parking, things like that can be an issue with that gate closed.
Today on our 2008 Chevrolet Silverado we're showing you how to install the Michelin Stealth Ultra Windshield Wiper Blade, the 22" ones, and that part number is MCH8522. We already have our passenger side installed. We're going to show you how we mount on the new driver's side. The first thing I like to do is take off the old adapter that we won't be using. You simply just push down and it will pop out and then you can rotate it to pull it all the way off. Then we'll set that wiper blade off to the side. We'll take our old blade and simply pull that off as well.
Today on our 2008 Chevrolet Silverado we're doing a test-fit of the Thule GateMate Tailgate Pad and Bike Rack, that part number is TH824. This is designed to work with full-sized trucks, so we already have it placed on our vehicle. All we had to do was set it just over the edge here, and make sure that our bumpers on each end are facing up. What that's going to do is prevent anything from sliding off of your tailgate pad. The next thing we'll do is open up our hook and loop cover here, and we're just going to open the tailgate. I find this is the easiest way because I am too short to reach over the top of the tailgate to feed my straps though. I'm just going to straighten my strap out and feed it through underneath into the crack here between the tailgate and the bed of the truck.