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Today, on this 2005 Chevrolet Silverado CrewCab, we're going to install part number BWGNRK1067-5W, custom under-bed installation kit for B&W Companion 5th-wheel trailer hitches. This installation kit can also be used for Gooseneck application as well. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and get our truck ready to install our hitch. First off, we're going to get rid of the spare tire. Of course, this will go back up when we're done. Typically next, you would loosen the exhaust right here, but simply all you would do is just go ahead and loosen off the hangers as far off as you can, and then, just let it hang down. It would be a good idea to use a strap of some sort to help support it while you do that.
Today on our 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Crew Cab, we're going to be installing the Firestone Level Command Single Gauge with Heavy Duty Compressor, part number F2097. The lever right here bleeds air pressure off. You raise the lever, it pumps air into it. You can watch the gauge climbing. Now we're at 50. We'll go ahead and put our key in, turn to the On or Run position to see now, here our gauge is illuminated. We're going to begin our installation here in the driver's side door area. We're going to need to remove this threshold to gain access to a rubber grommet that's underneath the carpet.
Today on our 2013 Chevy Silverado we'll be installing the Draw-Tite 5th Wheel Gooseneck Wiring Harness with seven blade connector, part number 20110. To begin our install we'll first go ahead and locate where we'll be mounting our new seven blade connector. Because on this application we have a storage box on the driver's side, we're going to put our seven blade connector here on the passenger's side. For this application we're going to mount it here above the cargo hook at the recess of the pickup bed. To mount it we'll need to drill out a two inch hole. We'll make our pilot hole first and then we'll take our pole saw bit and drill out the larger two inch hole.
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado we'll be test fitting the Husky Liners Classic Custom Auto Floor Liners for the rear in black, part number HL61521. These mats are also available in gray as part number HL61522. We'll begin our test fit by first removing the factory, or previously installed, floor mats. To do this, we'll simply curl in both ends to pull out the mat. We're now ready to place in our new Husky Liners Mat. Now, since this floor mat does cover underneath the rear seats, we will need to fold up the two pieces of the rear seats. We'll place the new mat into position, noticing the custom fit and extra coverage underneath the seats. There are raised channels here on the edges that you can see that will prevent liquids from falling over and damaging your carpet. The rubberized thermoplastic material won't crack or break and it withstands most hazardous chemicals such as oil, gas, and battery acid. The stay-put nibs here on the underside of the mat help to keep the mat in place. I'ts made in the USA and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. These mats are easy to care for.
Today on our 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD we'll be installing the Bargman Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring, part number 54701-003. Now this is a fifth neck goose wheel 90 degree adapter harness for a 7-pole on a GM. This will allow us to tap into the vehicle's factory 7-pole and remotely locate it into the bed of the truck for our gooseneck. To begin we'll need to locate a good position to mount our 7-pole in the bed of the truck. Now we've chosen the driver side here at the rear behind the rear wheel well. Now we've already gone ahead and removed our spare tire to make it a little more visible for us during this video. We'll now go ahead and drill a 1/4" pilot hole into the side of our bed.
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Gate Mate. This is for the full-size pickup. It measures 6' 2" wide. This is a pad that's designed to go over the tailgate of your vehicle and allow you to transport up to 2 bikes, right off the rear. This is also going to act as a protector to keep your tailgate from incurring any damage. Part number on it is TH824.
Today on our 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500hd extended cab with a 6 1/2' bed we're going to be installing the Access Lorado soft roll-up tonneau cover, part number 834532006380. It has a simple 1 latch release mechanism. Now we'll go ahead and take our tonneau cover and we'll roll it up. We have a strap that comes around when it's rolled up, clips together, keeping the tonneau cover nice and tight. It is adjustable so that you can adjust it to the setting you need to hold your tonneau cover nice and tight when you have it rolled up in this position. Now, we're going to begin here by taking our driver's side rail, the rail is marked. You'll notice we have a hook and loop strip on the outside as well as a soft material already attached to our rail.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20652Order #TC0938947456 All right. Today on a 2013 Chevrole Silverado, extended cab, we're going to install part number P570100. This is a Putco Element Bug Shield. First thing we need to do is go ahead and get our bug shield ready to install. Now the three components. There'll be a screw, a flat washer, and this nut.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20642Order #TC0701467875 Today on this 2013 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab we're going to install part number DZ43101. This is Dee Zee's Tailgate Lowering System. First we're going to go ahead and open up the tailgate. Parts will install on the driver's side. First thing is to work with our insert here. This is the brass looking part that will go inside the tailgate of a truck. The rest of this is a tool to install it.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20617Order #TC0937884941 All right. Today on our 2012 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab we're going to install part number KS3891. This is a Ksource Universal Towing Mirror. This part number only provides one mirror. In this case, we're going to put it on our passenger side mirror of our truck. A few things to know about this towing mirror. You can see it moves here, and here, and also at this point here it can move. You can see how it fits a variety of different mirrors.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20616Order #TC0860638299 Today on this two thousand and twelve Chevrolet Silverado extended cab, we are going to install part number CM 10900. This is cipa custom towing mirrors. A few things you need to know about this mirrors is that this part number includes left and right side mirrors. We will go ahead and start off on the driver's side. Now before we install our mirrors, we have to do some prep work first. We have to install the foam tape onto the area located right here. We want to cover this edge, and go up to the line. This is the wedge that comes with the mirror.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20615Order #TC0543218610 Today on this 2012 Chevrolet Silverado extended cab we're going to install part number BAK126101. This is the bakflip fiber max hard tonneau cover from Bak Industries. Okay our first step is to install these spacer strips. Now we only need to install them on this truck simply because there's no bed rail cap on top already. So we do have to install this. There's a separate set of instructions that come with these to let you know that.
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Extended Cab were going to be installing the Dee Zee FX extruded running boards with a black powder coat finish part number DZFX 11352. Weve gone ahead and set the running boards out. Our first step were going to need to install this gasket here on the top lip of the running board. Well go ahead and lineup the end of the gasket with the end of the running board and then well work the gasket under the running board to the other end where we may need to do some trimming.Now that we have our gasket down here on the other end of our running board, youll see that its a little bit longer than the running board. Were going to use a pair of tin snips to cut it the length as we want the gasket to line up with the end of the running board. Ill go ahead and put a quick mark for where we need to cut and we can pull the gasket back up a little bit.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20499Order #TC0767654224 Today on our 2011 Chevy Silverado we'll be installing the BAKFlip G2 Hard Tonneau Cover Part Number BAK26100.Now let's go ahead and go through a quick operation of our new Tonneau cover. To open it, we'll simply open the tailgate, pull on the cable on either the driver or passenger side, releasing the locks. We fold it all the way up to the third section and lean it up. We'll use the stay lock and rod to secure it against the cab.Once we're done, we'll simply undo the lock and rod and fold the Tonneau cover back out, closing the tailgate and locking the Tonneau cover in position. Note, this vehicle does not have the plastic bedside cabs that's common in a lot of models.Now to begin our install, using a alcohol and clean cloth, we'll go ahead and clean both rails now. We'll need to install the plastic strips that would go on inside of the bedrails to compensate for not having the caps.First, we'll go ahead and remove the two adhesive cover, bring it tight to the bulkhead or front of the pickup bed, and level with the top of the bedrail and start pressing it into place.
Today in our 2002 Chevy Silverado, we'll be installing the Derale Dyno Cool Tube-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit part number D12904.To begin our install, we'll first go ahead and open up the hood and then remove the core support cover. Core support cover is a plastic cover that goes over the core support and held in with push pin fasteners. Using a flat blade screw driver, we'll inaudible 00:00:26 the fastener up and then remove it completely. There are multiple fasteners holding it in place. This is a twist lock connecter. We'll go ahead and rotate it. Unlocking it, we remove the fastener from the position that's being secured.
Today, on a 2013 Chevy Silverado, well be installing the B&W Turnover Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057. Now we can go over operation of our new Gooseneck Hitch and Ball. To install our gooseneck ball, well simply pull out on the hitch handle, rotating it towards the cab of the pickup to lock the pin out so we can then take the ball and drop it into the throat of the gooseneck hitch. Then to release the handle, well simply rotate it towards the rear of the vehicle and the spring pressure will close the pin on the gooseneck ball.Once were finished using our new gooseneck ball, well simply pull the handle on the pin again locking out the hitch pin, taking the ball out, turning it over and putting it back down into the throat of the gooseneck hitch and releasing the handle, locking the pin back in position and locking the ball in the stored position. To begin our install, well first go ahead and lower and remove the spare tire and remove both rear wheels. While its not a requirement, itll give us a lot more working room and make an easier install.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20491Order #TC0717080066 Today on our 2013 Chevy Silverado, well be installing the B&W Custom Underbed Installation Kit for the Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057-5W. This Underbed Kit can be used with the Gooseneck-to-5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Adapter by replacing the hitch ball with the 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch such as part number BWRVK3500. Now, we can go over operation of our new Gooseneck hitch and ball. To install our Gooseneck ball, well simply pull out on the hitch handle, rotating it towards the cab of the pickup to lock the pin out so we can then take the ball and drop it into the throat of the Gooseneck hitch. Then to release the handle, well simply rotate it towards the rear of the vehicle and the spring pressure will close the pin on the Gooseneck ball.Once were finished using our new Gooseneck ball, well simply pull the handle on the pin again, locking out the hitch pin, taking the ball out, turning it over, and putting it back down into the throat of the Gooseneck hitch and releasing the handle, locking the pin back in position and locking the ball in the stored position.To begin our install, well first go ahead and lower and remove the spare tire and remove both rear wheels. While its not a requirement, it will give us a lot more working room and make an easier install.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20482Order #TC0974893409 Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado. We're going to do a test on a Thule Bed-Rider. This is a truck bed mounted, two bike rack. It's designed to go from bed rail to bed rail in the rear of your vehicle. The part number on it is TH822XT. Now to begin the test fit, the first thing we need to do is lift up on the black lever that's going to allow this end to go in and out slightly to give us some adjustment. Well then bring it right over and place it onto the rails of our bed. As you can see this end, it's not making contact.
Today on our 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD we'll be installing the Firestone Dual Air Command III Gauge and Heavy Duty Compressor with a one gallon tank, part number F2198. We'll be adding this to our already pre-existing installed Firestone Ride-Right Air Helper Spring System, part number F2250. Now once the compressor has caught up and filled up the tank and system we'll go ahead and check the operation of our new gauge system. By moving the switch up, it will air up the driver's side here. The orange arrow will indicate the pressure for the driver's side airbag. To repeat the same process with the passenger side, you simply push up on the right switch. With our setup, the compressor will work at all times so that we can use the manual valve at the back of the vehicle, however the gauge light will only be illuminated with the ignition on. Next we'll go and show you how to use the new manual valve and supply hose. We'll take the end of our supply hose, put it over the manual valve and lock it down. Then we'll take the chuck end so we can use it to air up things, such as a bike tire. All right.
Today in our 2008 Chevy Silverado 2500, we'll be installing the Air Lift Load Lifter 5000 Air Helper Springs, part number AL 57275. Now before we begin our install, we're going to go ahead and measure the ride height of our truck. With no additional weight in the pickup bed, from the ground to the bottom of the wheel well we have 41 inches. Next, we're going to go ahead and add approximately 2500 pounds of weight to the truck bed. With the weight added, it brings the ride height down to 37 3/4 of an inch. Now we'll go ahead and run it through our test course to check handling and ride quality with the excess weight. With the excess weight, we lose steering stability and the ride quality is rough and bumpy. Now let's go ahead, install the Air Lift Load Lifter 5000 Air Helper Springs and with air in our Helper Springs, we'll now go ahead and re-install our 2500 pounds. With the weight re-added in the Air Springs as necessary, it brings it back to our normal ride height of approximately 41 inches. Now we'll go ahead and run it through our test course again.
Today in our 2013 Chevy Silverado, well be installing the Hopkins Endurance 6-Pole Trailer Connector Socket part number HM48420. This will be in conjunction with the Pollak 5th Wheel and Goose Neck Trailer Connector Wiring Harness part number PK11932. To begin our install, well take our Hopkins 6-Pole and make sure we have a hole saw large enough so that the 6-Pole can be mounted in our bedside. Were going to mount it about right here, so well go ahead and take our hole saw and drill a hole in the bed liner and side. Now we can take our wiring harness and feed it from underneath up and out the free drilled hole. Once we feed it through, well go ahead and pull it out so we can work with the end. Typically we would install a seven blade end that would connect to this wiring harness, but because we need a 6-pole trailer connector to connect to our trailer end, were going to go ahead and remove each one of these connectors.
Today, on our 2013 Chevy Silverado, we'll be test-fitting the Saris Freedom hitch-mounted, platform style, 4 bike rack for 2 inch hitches, part number SA4414B. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up the pin holes, we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten it down using a wrench and then secure it with a clip on the other side. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. With the platform folded up, you can see that we have about 16 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 8 inches away. We've added about 19 inches to the overall length of our Silverado. We can now pull back on the gray foot pedal and allow the platform rack to tilt down.
Today on our 2013 Chevy Silverado, we'll be test fitting the Softride Element Parallelogram Tilting Forward Bike Rack for 1-1/4- and 2-inch hitches. Part number SR26248. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up the pin holes, we'll thread on our anti rattle bolt and tighten it down using a wrench. Now I went ahead and threaded the anti rattle bolt in the hole closest to the mast of the rack. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 15 inches of ground clearance. The closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 2-1/2 inches away and we've added about 11-1/2 inches to the overall length of our Chevy. We can now remove the two silver pins and clips on the upper left and right-hand corner of the mast.
Today on our 2013 Chevy Silverado, we'll be test-fitting the Saris Axis Aluminum hitch-mounted, 3-bike rack, for 1 1/4 and 2 inch hitches, part number SA843B. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up the pin holes, we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten it down using a wrench and we can secure it with the lock on the other side. With the back rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We've got about 15 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the back rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 7 inches away. We've added about 16 1/2 inches to the overall length of our Chevy. We can now go ahead and flip up the yellow levers on the upper-left and right-hand corner of the mast. We'll slide the arms over on to the smooth portion of the rack, tilt the arms up and then slide it back over into the grooves.
Today on our 2013 Chevy Silverado, we'll be test fitting the Saris Axis Hitch Mounted 2 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches, part number SA832B. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. We'll line up the pin holes, thread in our anti-rattle bolt, and tighten it down using a wrench. We'll then go ahead and secure the clip on the other side. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 15" of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 7" away, and we've added about 16" to the overall length of our Chevy. We'll now go ahead and loosen up the black knobs on the upper left and right hand corner of the mast. We'll slide the cradle arms off of the grooves onto the smooth part of the arm.