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Thule Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we'll be doing a test fit of Thule Sprint. This is going to be for roof racks with T-track systems to mount your bike rack up on top of your roof rack system. As you can see, up on top of our vehicle, we have the Thule arrow blades today and I want to show you how this fits up on top of there. This will be part number TH5669. One the arrow blades, go ahead and rotate the end cap around, pulling the ends off. Next, you can either do this two ways, pulling the entire rubber strip and protective strip out, that protects that T-track from getting any dirt and debris inside, or you can trim it to fit your bike rack. Today we're going to pull it all the way out. Next, we'll take our bike rack, ensuring that the tops are loose, so that out T-tracks guides can fit into the rail like so.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Swagman Original. This will be your hanging style 4-bike rack. It's going to be part #S64675. It does come with your 2-inch shank to attach to your 2-inch receiver. Our ball will not be included with this rack, but it's there for show. If you'd like to get one, you can obtain it on our website.



Yakima RocketBox Pro Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima Rocketbox pro 11. This is going to have eleven cubic feet of cargo space. It comes in that nice gloss black finish. It's going to be part number Y-0-7-1-9-3. Up on top of our vehicle you can see that we have after market cross bars installed on our vehicle, and we're going to show you what this looks like up on top of those. It can fit your square bars, your rounds bars, your elliptical bars, even your factory crossbars or aero tight bars. So once we get it set up on top like so, we will then adjust our feet.



Yakima RocketBox Pro Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima RocketBox Pro 14. They come in that nice gloss like finish with 14 cubic feet of cargo space. Part number Y07192. The feet on the bottom are going to be big enough that we can occupy either your square bars, round bars, elliptical type bars, arrow type bars, even your factory cross rails. If you look up on top of our vehicle, you'll notice that we do have after market bars installed on our vehicle. Lets look at how it is going to fit on those. First, we'll place it up on top of the vehicle to see if we have the feet spaced out properly. It looks like they are going to be all right. Slide it across just to where it is on top of the roof rack system and then we'll bump it back a little bit. Pull it back on to the crossbars to where the feet are underneath. Then, we'll slide it to the center of our vehicle.



Yakima FatCat Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be a test fit of the Yakima FatCat. This is going to be your ski and snowboard carrier. It's going to mount up on the top of your roof rack system. It's going to be part number Y03088. As you can see we do have our after market roof racks installed on our vehicle. FatCat assembly and ski and snowboard carrier will fit most all of your roof rack systems, whether it be your square bars, your round bars, your elliptical bars, even your factory roof rack systems and aero blades. So first things first, we're going to detach the strap from the grove there and set it up on top of the vehicle, making sure that we have the lock assembly side towards the outside that we would like to use.



Whispbar Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a fit of the Whispbar Ski and Snowboard Carrier. This is going to be for 6 skis and or 4 snowboards part #WB-300. As you can see up on our vehicle, we do have our aftermarket roof rack installed, and we're going to show you how it looks on the back one here. This will fit either your elliptical bars, square bars, round bars, factory roof bars, and even your aero-type roof rack systems. First thing we're going to do is make sure we have the straps undone and place it up on top of our bar. Once we've done so, let's get up top, so we have a better vantage point. Up top here you'll see that we can't quite get the strap around into the slot, so we'll need to loosen it up a little bit, rotating that red dial to the left.



Thule Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Canyon Rooftop Mounted Cargo Basket. It's going to be part number TH859. This basket is going to be 49 inches long, 40 inches wide, have a depth of six inches, and with its sturdy steel construction is going to have 150 pound weight capacity. As you can see, we do have it up on our top of our Thule Arrow Blade Roof Rack System, and I have the 2 feet in front as well as one in the back in place. We're going to show you how to place that last one on on this back corner passenger side here. First thing you'll want to do is take you U shape bolt, placing 2 washers on and just starting your 2 wing nuts like so. Place one washer underneath of each wing nut and slide it underneath of your bar, bringing it up on top of the plate, and sliding it into place.



Thule Hyper XL Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Hyper XL. This is going to be your 17 cubic feet of cargo space cargo box with that nice two-tone black and silver finish, part number TH612. We have our Thule AeroBlade roof rack installed on our vehicle. So you can see what it's going to look like, we're going to place these up on top of their and show you how it fits. Once you get it up on top of the vehicle, we'll then make sure that the feet are open and ready to receive our rails, and maybe guide it forward just a little bit so it's more even on the vehicle and we'll have access to our rear hatch. Once you have them open, we'll just guide them down on top of our rails. Then we'll get it centered up on our vehicle.



Thule Sprint Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe we'll be doing a test fit of the Thule Sprint. This is going to be your rooftop-mounted bike rack for a single bike to be fork-mounted. It's going to be part number TH528. We have our bike in place so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it fully assembled and on your vehicle. Now we'll go through a few of the features and show you how it's assembled and put in place. Go ahead and move to the back here and we're going to go into the backwards order of how we would place it on. Go ahead and undo or press in the gray strap button there.



SportRack Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the SportRack Vista Cargo Carrier. This is going to be part number SR9035. This cargo carrier is going to be 44" long, 39 1/8" wide, have a depth of 6". With its sturdy steel construction it's going to offer a 110 pound weight capacity. As you can see we've already got a few of the feet in place, two on the passenger side and one on the driver side. We're going to show you how to place on the last one, since they all go on the same way.



Pro Series Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe we're going to be doing a test fit of the Pro Series Big Sky Roof Mounted Cargo Basket, part number PS63156. As you can see we have it mounted up on top of our aftermarket crossbars. This part will fit your square bars, round bars, elliptical bars, as well as your aero type bars. It's going to be 43 inches long, 35 inches wide, have a depth of about 3 and a half inches, and with a sturdy steel construction is going to offer a 125 pound weight capacity. You could also see that we do have 2 of our feet in place in our aftermarket bars as well as the rear passenger. We're going to show you how to place the other one on the other side. First thing you're going to want to do is get up top, place your spacer in between your basket and your crossbar system.



Inno Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Shadow Series cargo box. This cargo box is going to offer 13 cubic feet of cargo space and come in that nice gloss-black finish. It's going to be part number INBRA1250BK. As you can see, up on top of our vehicle we do have aftermarket roof rack installed and we're going to show you what it looks like on top of there. It will fit your square bars, round bars, elliptical bars, factory crossbars, even your aero-type bars that you see up here. Let's go ahead and place it up top and see how it looks. Now we'll get it created on the vehicle.



Inno Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Shadow Series Cargo Box. This cargo box is going to come in your nice carbon fiber finish with a loving cubic feet of cargo space. It's going to be part number INBRA1170CA. If you look up on top of our vehicle, you'll see that we do have after market crossbars installed on our vehicle. We're going to show you how that fits up on there today. This cargo box will fit your square bars, round bars, factory roof rails, as well as your elliptical and aero type bars.



Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE2 Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe we're going to be doing a test fit of the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE2. This is going to be your platform-style 2-bike rack, part number HR1450. As you can see, we've already got a bike up here on our platform so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it fully assembled on the back of your vehicle. This rack does come with your 2" shank for your 2" receivers only. It will be attached using a regular pin with a lock on the end, and a nice little anti-rattle tensioner. We'll explain that here in a minute.



Yakima HoldUp Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima HoldUp. This will be your platform style two bike rack, part number Y02443. As you can see, we already have our bike up here on our platform so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it fully assembled and on the back of your vehicle. It's going to come with your 2 inch shank for your 2 inch receivers only and attached using a 15-16 inch anti-rattle bolt with a lock. Let's go ahead and start off by getting a few measurements. Our closest distance will be from this point here to the back side of the bumper. They're about 7 inches.



Saris Freedom SuperClamp Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Freedom SuperClamp. This is going to be your platform style 4-bike rack part number SA4026. As you can see, we've already got our bike up here so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it fully assembled and on the back of your vehicle. It's going to have a 2 inch shank that's going to attach to your 2 inch receiver using a 3/4 inch anti-rattle bolt. I will explain that here in a minute. Let's go ahead and show a few measurements starting with our closest distance here.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we'll be doing test fit of a Swagman Dispatch 2-Bike Platform Rack part number S64684. This comes with a 2 inch shank that goes into a 2 inch hitch. It also has anti-rattle bolt. Right now, we have it installed, but the bolt's not tight. It shows a lot of sway. We need to tighten that up with our 7/8 ratchet like so.



MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe we're going to be doing a test fit of the MaxxTow cargo carrier. This cargo carrier is going to be part number MT70275. It's going to be 30" wide, 50" long, and have a 60" pivoting ramp. It's going to have a sturdy aluminum construction with a capability of carrying up 500 pounds. It's also going to come with your 2" shank to attach to our 2" receiver, as well as an anti-tilt device with two 5/8" bolts on the bottom and your hitch pin and clip. Let's go ahead and start by getting a few measurements. Our closest distance will be our first measurement at about 5-7/8".



Inno Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Tire Hold 3. This is going to be your platform-style 3bkr, part number INH305-306. As you can see, we've already got it up here on our vehicle with the bike in place so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it fully assembled and in place on the back of yours. It does come with an 1-1/4" shank as well as a 2" adapter. Now keep in mind that it can be used with your class one, two, and three receivers. If you plan on using it with your class one you're only going to be able to carry up to two bikes, and that is per your hitch's weight specifications. It also will come with your 3/4" anti-rattle bolt with a lock for anti-tamper.



Lets Go Aero Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Let's Go Aero GearCage. This is going to measure in 32" wide by 48" long. It's going to have that nice sturdy steel construction that's going to offer a 300 pound weight capacity. It does come with that 2" shank for your 2 inch receivers only as well as a 7 1/8" anti-rattle bold that's going to help to reduce a lot of the sway, rattle, and wobble that you would normally have. We'll explain that here in a second. Let's start off here by getting a few measurements.





Chevrolet Tahoe Questions

  • If weight carrying capacity is an issue, going with the Rola enclosed cargo carrier, # 59110, if you have a 2 inch receiver, would be the way to go. If you have a 1-1/4 inch Class II trailer hitch receiver, then the correct Rola carrier is # 59108 and it also has a capacity of 150 pounds like the Thule model, # TH665C. If you are choosing between the two models for a 1-1/4 inch hitch, then I would go with the Rola carrier, # 59108, because even though they have the same capacity,...
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  • I checked on how to change the daytime running light bulbs on your 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe. The removal of the headlamp assembly is as follows. 1. Remove the six bolts on top of the grill. 2. Remove the two (7mm) screws, three push pins, and two pop style pins in the wheel well. 3. Pull the wheel well lining towards you and remove the two (10mm) bolts that go upwards into the fender, this will release the bumper mounting bracket. 4. Remove the three (10mm) bolts holding...
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  • To wire your trailer for separate turn signals you will need to use the Pollak 7-Pole Trailer Connector, part # PK12706, and the Tow Ready Vehicle to Vehicle Taillight Converter, part # 118158. You will replace the 4-flat on your trailer with the Pollak 7-Way connector. The wiring on your 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe with the 7-way connector will stay as the factory wiring. It will not need to be changed. I am including a picture of the 7-way trailer connector that will show the...
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  • Typically trailers will carry more of their weight on the front of the trailer, so you would want to put the brakes on the front axle as it will most likely carry more weight while braking. Also, when braking, weight will shift forward from the inertia of the stop, so that would put more weight on the front axle. Click the picture to the right to see a picture that displays how tandem axle trailers typically distribute their cargo weight on their two axles. If you have a trailer...
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  • The tow package wiring is located under the dash above where your left knee would be as you were sitting at the wheel. Look for a wiring harness with a white tag on it. GM no longer has a connector, you'd just need to wire the controller directly to the tow package wiring. The red tow package wire supplies 12-volt power, and connects to the black wire on your brake controller. The light blue tow package wire attaches to the red wire on the controller, the dark blue tow package...
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  • If your old system was not properly adjusted or was overloaded, it would explain why not enough weight was transferred to the front vehicle axle. Generally speaking, tilting the weight distribution head back toward the trailer will distribute more weight to the front axle of the tow vehicle, as will using fewer links in a chain-hanger type system. Your old system might indeed still be usable, if its capabilities are compatible with the weight of your trailer. Consult the set-up...
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  • We have 3 options for you to choose from. I will list them below. Strait-Line Weight Distribution w Sway Control, item # RP66130, up to 1500 lbs Tongue Weight Blue Ox SwayPro Weight Distribution System w Sway Control, item # BXW1500, up to 1500 lbs Tongue Weight Reese SC Weight Distribution w Sway Control, item # RP66157, up to 1500 lbs Tongue Weight I would select the option that you chose, Reese SC Weight Distribution w Sway Control, item # RP66157, if your trailer has...
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  • I spoke with my contact at B&W and since the Silencer Pad, # BWTS35020, is a universal product, it will fit differently on each vehicle and some may need to use greater force in order to get the hitch pin holes on the ball mount to line up with those on the hitch. Please keep in mind that the silencer pad installs between the face of the hitch on your 2009 Chevrolet Tahoe and the back of the Tow & Stow. No part of the silencer should be pushed into the hitch receiver opening....
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  • The Strait-Line Weight Distribution Systems # RP66074 and # RP66088 are very similar. The difference is the type of spring bars that each kit uses. The RP66074 kit uses trunnion style bars. Trunnion bars slide into the weight distribution head from the side or back. They are considered more heavy duty and can handle trailers of greater weight than round bars. The RP66078 kit uses round bars. The round spring bars slide up into the weight distribution head and are held in place...
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  • Unfortunately, the 1999 Tahoe does not have the port under the dash to plug in the brake controller wiring adapter. You will need to hardwire your controller. We have a how to pagethat you might find helpful, I have linked to it below. There are wires ran from the above the spare tire to the engine compartment for the trailer brakes and the 12v trailer lead. Under the hood, these wires which are usually blue and orange, and are bundled with tape and located below the brake booster....
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  • The adapter plug you need will be determined by the type of brake controller you have. If you do not have a controller, I recommend a proportional type brake controller, such as the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller, part # 90885. It is easy to install and use. To plug this controller into your 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe, you could use the OEM harness that it sounds like you have, or go with an aftermarket adapter, part # 3025-P. If you are using the OEM harness, it would...
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  • The Class IV Weld-On 44 Inch Hitch, part # 41990-16 is not adjustable. However, we do carry such hitches. You could use hitch part # 41991 if you need wider than 44 inches and if you need a more narrow setup, you could use part # 41990. You would then use either 7 inch tall hitch brackets part # 4907 or 16 inch tall brackets part # 4916, depending on far below the frame you need the hitch to sit.
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  • When using the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains # PW2028C, it is recommended to use the Glacier Rubber Adjusters # PW99, for rim sizes 16 to 20 inches. The adjusters will provide tension on the chains to keep the tire chains in the correct position. I cannot recommend using just any bungee cord. Snow chains are fitted by tire size, if your Tahoe has the 275/55-20 tire size, the # PW2028C chains will fit. Before installing snow chains on your 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe, you will want...
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  • None of the manufacturers that we carry have any towing mirror fits for the 2015 Chevy Tahoe. If you need some towing mirrors right away I recommend taking a look at our universal towing mirrors linked to the right. The most popular option is # KS3891. It clips on to a factory mirror that has a lip or gap between the glass and mirror housing. I have linked a video showing an installation for you. Another option, and the most stable, is a door mounted mirror such as # 11650....
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  • Your 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe requires a 40-amp fuse be installed in the power distribution block under the hood. Please refer to the color photos in the linked article. These illustrate the location of the accessory fuse block in the engine compartment on the drivers-side. I have also provided a photo showing the location of the required 40-amp fuse (amber-colored in the photo). Installation of the fuse (and possibly a required wiring connection to the positive power post) will...
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  • The part you were looking at includes the harness for Ford vehicles. If you want to use the Hopkins Agility, the part number you would need is # HM47294 and # 47795. It has the plug-in harness for your 2005 Tahoe brake controller port. That port will only be active if your Tahoe came with a 7-Way trailer connector from the factory. I would strongly encourage you to get the Tekonsha Prodigy, part # 90185 and adapter part # 3015-P. It is our best selling brake controller and...
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  • There are two possibilities for the problem you are experiencing. Either the wiring on your 2004 Chevy Tahoe is incorrect, or the wiring of your trailer is bad. The first thing I would do is test the 7-way on your Tahoe by function to determine if it is the problem. To do that you will need a buddy to apply the different brake and tail light functions of your vehicle while you test for the correct voltage with a Circuit Tester like # 40376 on the 7-way. I attached a video on...
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  • For a hybrid model 2012 Chevy Tahoe, we have one roof rack option. You will need the following parts: Round 58 Inch CrossBars, # Y00409 2 Sets of Q118 Q Clips, # Y00718 Yakima Q Towers, # Y00124 The Q Clips fit on the towers and then the clip fits on the metal of the roof in the door jam of the vehicle. The clips are specially designed to fit the contours of your vehicle. Once the Tower is tightened down, the roof rack will be sturdy and ready for use. I have included...
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  • The pintle hook mount that I would recommend for you is the Pintle Hook Mount, 12-1/2 inch Tall, 8K, part # 63058. This hook mount has an adjustable rise that will go up to a 12 inches. That would put the height of your pintle hook mount right at 31 inches if it was in the highest possible position. This hook mount has a tongue weight capacity of 800 lbs and a total weight capacity of 8000 lbs, you will want to check that against the weight of your trailer to make sure its not...
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  • I spoke with my contact at Superwinch and he informed me that it sounds like you need a new relay for your LT2000 winch. Since you said you just bought the winch he said it should be covered under warranty and if you contact them they will send you a replacement. He said the part you would need that would come everything needed is the Superwinch Upgrade kit for LT2000 Winches part # SW2320200. This will most like be what they send you.
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