Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we're going to review and install the WeatherTech custom fit auto floor liner, part number WT446111, black in color. To begin our install, we need to remove the older manufacturer floor mat. Go ahead and remove it off the two manufacturer's posts and set it aside. Now we'll bring in the new custom fit Weather Tech floor mat, we'll slide it into position and down over the manufacturer's posts and the digitally designed, custom fit, it really holds the floor liner in place so it doesn't shift or move around. Here we have our raised grooves and channels to divert any liquid spills or inclement weather that gets dragged into the vehicle away from the driver's feet so they stay nice and dry. Here along the door opening, we have an extension going over the threshold for any excessive fluid so it can run out of the vehicle. Then as we travel up underneath the dash, we've got a nice raised outer edge to protect our kick panel and extension going up underneath the dash including the gas and brake pedal.
Today on our 2011 Ford F150 we're going to review and install the Tekonsha Voyager Break Controller, part number 39510. We'll install this in conjunction with the Tekonsha direct fit wiring harness, part number 22292. Now here's what are break controller will look like once it's installed. Here on the drivers side is the hand dial that will need to be rotated so the mark and slot are straight up and down setting the level portion of the potentiometer inside the break controller. The dial on the passenger side will allow us to adjust the gain or maximum output going to the trailer breaking. When our trailers plugged in the light here at the top will go green to indicate that we have our connection. When it's disconnected the light will out indicating no trailer connection.
Today on a 2011 Ford F150, we're going to review an install. The Tekonsha Power Trek Electric Brake Controller, part number 39523. We'll be doing this in conjunction with the Tekonsha Direct Fit Wiring Harness, part number 22292. Here, on the right side of the brake controller, is the film wheel that allows you to change the gain. The gain is the maximum tensity in which power will be applied to our trailer braking. On the left side is the hand sweep, or thumb wheel, that allows you to manually apply trailer braking to the rear of the vehicle. Now, with our trailer not connected, you can see the indicator light is off. Once we connect our trailer, you can see the green light comes on, indicating that the trailer has been connected.
Today on our 2011 Ford F150, we're going to review and install the inaudible 00:00:05 P2 brake controller, part number 90885. This will be installed in conjunction with the inaudible 00:00:12 direct-fit wiring harness, part number 22292. Here's what our brake controller is going to look like, once installed. With one light here, it's indicating that it has power, and it's ready to be used. The blue button over on the passenger side of our brake controller, will operate the boost functions. We have boost, boost 1, 2, and 3.
Today on our 2011 Ford F-150 we're going to review and install the Tekonsha Primus IQ Brake Controller, part number TK90160. We'll be installing this in conjunction with the Tekonsha Direct-Fit Wiring Harness, part number 22292. Here's what our brake controller looks like once installed. We've got this single light on, which indicates that we have power going to the brake controller. Two dots here at the bottom of our display screen indicates not only that we have power, but the boost function is on. The boost function can be changed using the blue button here on the top of the brake controller. There are a total of 4 boost features.
Today we're going to be taking a look and showing you how to install the longview custom towing mirrors, part number CTM2300B, on our 2014 Ford F-150. Here you can see where our mirrors are really going to shine. I'm standing directly behind the truck now, and, of course, you're picking me up in our normal mirror. But as I start moving over to the side, you start losing me in that factory mirror and start picking me up in that towing mirror, which can really give us a great advantage to see what our camper is doing behind us, look for any obstacles or anything like that that might come up. The towing mirrors are really a nice, solid addition to really help us as we're heading down the road hauling. This is going to extend our line-of-sight, making our job a little bit easier. It's constructed of a very durable ABS plastic housing. It's a custom-fit mirror, so this is designed specifically for our F-150's mirror.
Today on our 2014 Ford F-150, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the K-Source Dual Lens Custom Towing Mirror. Part number is KS3990. Now here you can see what these mirrors are really going to offer. Currently, I'm standing directly behind the truck and you can see me fine in the factory mirror, but as I start moving over you're going to start to lose me. As I come over here, you'll start to pick me up in that second mirror. That second mirror is going to do a great job for those immediate items where we need more turning help, we need more guidance there, but then take a look.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we're going to review and install the Husky Weatherbeater Custom Auto Full Liner Kit, part number HL98331, black in color. This application is also available in tan, part number HL98333 or gray, part number HL98332. Now to begin our install we're going to go ahead and remove the older manufacturer floor mat. As we do that we can see all the dirt and debris that gets left behind as we remove the older manufacturer floor mat. Now let's go ahead and install the new Husky Weatherbeater Custom Fuller Liner. As we slide it into place it's pretty easy to see it's got a whole lot more coverage then that old mat. Here molded into the floor liner, go over the manufacturers attachment points. Additionally to keep it in place it's got the stay-put nibs on the bottom.
Today on 2011 Ford F-150, we're going to review and install the Hopkins inside flex-mount trailer brake controller, part number HM47297. We'll be doing this in conjunction with the Hopkins direct fit wiring harness adapter, part number HM47845. Here's what our inside brake controller is going to look like once installed. We've got our display screen here, mounted at the top of the dash, and our manual brake controller, mounted here, close to the steering wheel. Because of the flexibility of these 2, they can really be mounted anywhere as long as the driver can see and use the manual brake controller. Another really nice feature about the inside brake controller is the multiple functions that it has. We can set it up for 7 separate trailers or boost functions.
Today on our 2014 ford f150, we're going to show you how to install the DZ oval tube steps, with he custom installation kit. These are the six inch wide model and the black powder coat steel. Part number is DZ 16121-16325. Here's what our steps are going to look like once we get them installed. Its the nice, clean really proportionate step, gives us a nice wide area to place our foot. Here at the front door and also rear door, we're going to have the grip or textured pads there to help us keep our footing while we're getting in and out in inclimate situations.
Today on our 2011 Ford F-150, we're going to review an install of Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Brake Controller, part number 90195. This will be installed in conjunction with the Tekonsha Direct Fit Wiring Harness, part number 22292. Here's what our brake controller is going to look like once it's installed. We press a button, it'll go through a few of the options. Here we can set the power going out to the trailer. If we want to minimize it so it doesn't get a hundred percent power, we can take it down; or if we got a heavier load and we need to increase the power, we can go up.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150 we're test fitting the Yakima Swing Daddy. This is a swing-away style 4 bike rack, that's been designed for use in 2-inch hitches. Part number on it is Y02464. This is one of my favorites swing-away racks. Really simple, and easy to operate. What we're going to do is loosen the black T-handle right here on the front.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we're test fitting the Yakima Ridgeback. This is a folding and tilting 4-bike rack. It's been designed for use with 1 1/4 inch or 2-inch hitches. Part number on it is Y02458. Now the Ridgeback uses a series of three cradles to hold our bike in place. Our anti-sway cradle here in the rear, then two top frame tube cradles.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150 we're test fitting the Thule Vertex Swing. This is a swing-away-style 4-bike rack. It's been designed for use in 2" hitches. Part number on it is TH9031XT. Now the Vertex does a really good job of holding our bike in place but that's not really the important aspect of this style of rack. The big deal is the swing-away feature.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150 we're doing a test fit of the Swagman Dispatch. This is a platform-style 2-bike rack. It's been designed for use in 2" hitches. Part number on it is S64684. Now the Dispatch uses a center frame hook as well as a front and rear wheel cradle to hold our bike in place as we're heading down the road. Does a really good job of it.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150 we're test fitting the Detail K2 20 by 60 folding carrier. Now they've designed this to use with 2" hitches. It's going to offer a 500 pound weight capacity. Part number on it is K2HCC602. Now we've loaded this down with a hundred pounds to give you an idea how it's going to move and shake as you're going down the road. Going to have a little bit of noise out of it and a little bit of movement.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150 we're doing a test fit on the Let's Go Aero GearCage. This is a 32 by 48 hitch-mounted cargo carrier. It's been designed for use in 2" hitches and it's going to offer a 300 pound capacity. Part number on it is HCR222. Now we've got 150 pounds loaded on it now. As you can see, this is a nice stable rack.
Today on our 2014 Ford F-150, we're doing the test fit on the Thule Vertex. This is a four bike folding style rack also designed to tilt away from your vehicle. We can use this with inch and a quarter or with two inch hitches. Part number on it is TH9029XT. Cool feature of the rack to start with is going to be the integrated cable lock designed right into the mast. Once our bikes are all loaded up, we can pull that back here.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150 we're test fitting the CURT 24 by 60 folding cargo carrier. Now they've designed this for use in 2" hitches. It offers a 500 pound weight capacity. Part number on it is C18153. Now this cargo carrier is secured using a hitch pin and clip. We've loaded it down with a hundred pounds to give you an idea of the movement or noise you might have as you're heading down the highway.
Today on our 2011 Ford F-150, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Detail K2 Cargo Carrier. This rack is going to be 20 inches wide, 60 inches long, have that nice, expanded, metal platform that's going to be easily cleanable. It's also going to have a sturdy steel construction with a 500-pound weight capacity and a folding shank, as you can see, that's going to allow you to tuck it up nicely against the back of the vehicle if you don't have it in use. It will attach to our 2-inch receiver with a 2-inch shank and have a hitch pin and clip to secure it in place. The hitch pin and clip are not included with this, so if you'd like to obtain one, you can get it on our website, part number PC3. Let go ahead and start off by getting a few measurements with it in the stow position here. Our closest distance is going to be on the sides to the backside of the bumper at about 3-1/2 inches.
Today on our 2011 Ford F150 we're going to be doing a test fit of the Curt Cargo Carrier. This cargo carrier is going to be 24 inches wide by 60 inches long. It's going to have that nice expanded metal base for easy cleanability if you're going to be putting any fresh game or perishables on top of it, as well as a sturdy steel construction that is going to offer a 500 pound weight capacity. It's also going to have the nice folding shank that will tuck up and away when you don't have it in use, which we'll show you in a moment, as well as a 2-inch shank to attach to our 2-inch receiver. Now it will be secure using a hitch, pin and clip and if you do not already have one of those, you can get it on our website, part number PC3. This is going to be part number C18153. Let's go ahead and start off by getting a few measurements.
Today on this 2002 Ford F150 Super Crew Cab, we're going to show you the Bully Round Nerf Bars. Part number NB-1303X. This is what they look like when they're installed on the passenger side of the truck. A few quick dimensions. This is cab length, all the way from end of this back end of the cab all the way up to the hinge of your front door. This does have a 3-inch diameter construction.
Today in this 2002 Ford F150, we're going to show you the original Custom Towing Mirror, part number CTM2300. Now, we're back at the trailer, we're going to check it out. Our factory mirror still stays the same. We didn't change the position of it and we got our towing mirror on the outside here. With our towing mirror, you can see much more of the trailer. You can see the tire and also a little bit more onto the trailer itself. Compare it to our factory mirror on the truck.
Today on our 2013 Ford F-150 Crew Cab six and half foot bed, we're going to review and install the BAKFlip G2 Hard Tonneau cover, part number BAK26307. Here's what our BAKFlip G2 Tonneau cover is going to look like once it's installed. As you can see it's got a really nice low profile design, so it blends in nicely with the vehicle's pickup bed. The G2 has some really nice wide seals that go all the way around both sides and ends for a complete coverage, keeping it sealed, and dirt, and dust, debris, and even moisture out of the pickup bed. Now the G2 itself, the cover, is made of aluminum, so it's nice and lightweight. While still being sturdy enough to hold its composure. The side rails themselves are made from an aircraft aluminum.
Today we'll taking a look at the Clazzio Perforated Leather Seat Cover in gray, part number L-EAFOB7194GGG.Speaker 2: The Clazzio leather seat covers are a premium seat cover designed to fit your vehicle's specific year, make, and model. They offer complete coverage of your factory seat: the bottom portion, the back portion, and the headrest and even your rear seats. They're made out of a real, perforate leather which helps it breathe, so can enjoy that comfortable, luxurious feeling. They also feature a memory-foam insert for additional comfort. They simply slip on over your existing fabric, giving you an easy leather upgrade. The Clazzio seat covers are even designed to work with side air bags. The thread will perforate in the event of an air bag deployment.
Today on our 2006 Ford F-150, we're going to take a look at show you how to install the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs. These are the double convoluted airbags for the rear axle. Part number is F2350. Here you can see our Firestone airbags once they're installed. These mount between your vehicle's axle and the frame of the vehicle to help increase your safe load handling capacity. Now it's not going to increase over the manufacturer's recommended carrying capacities, but it helps you to travel safer, it's going to make your vehicle more stable, going to help it to handle better. They're going to help increase the tire wear, and even level out your headlights.
Today our 2005 F150 Super Cab, we will be doing a test for the DeeZee red label low profile truck bed tool box. That's part number DZ8170L. Its also available in black, part number DZ8170LB. So, the dimensions of this low profile toolbox is going to be 69 and 3/4 inches long by 20 inches wide by 12 and 3/8 inches tall. That's going to be of usable space inside the toolbox. So to begin our test fit, you can see I've already got it in the back of my truck bed here. Its not a bad idea to get an extra set of hands to lift it onto your rails, or even into the back of your truck here.
Today in our 2012 Ford F-150, we're going to review an install of the Air Lift Vehicle Suspension LoadLifter 5000 Ultimate Air Helper Springs, part number AL88200. Here's what our air bag assemblies will look like once they're installed. The LoadLifter 5000s are capable up to 5,000 pounds and can be aired up from 5 psi to 100 psi. This is a really nice system, works well with the vehicle's current frame and suspension system with minimum modifications. This is a perfect add-on system to help carry heavy loads, keep the vehicle from squatting and wearing out the rear suspension. While it's not required, it can make it easier and give you more working room underneath if you go ahead and lower and remove the spare tire, as we've done here. To begin our install, we're going to go ahead and remove the manufacturer's jounce bumper. The jounce bumper is secured to the frame with a bolt up through the center. Once we have the jounce bumper out, we'll go ahead and set it aside, as it will not be reinstalled.
Today on our 2012 Ford F-150, we're going to review an install of the Husky WeatherBeater custom auto floor liner for the second row, part number HL19331, black in color. This application is also available in gray, part number HL19332, or in tan, part number HL19333. To install the WeatherBeater floor line, we'll first remove the older manufacturer's floor mats. Now with the 2 little mats out of the way, we're now ready to install Husky liner. As you can see, the Husky liner is going to offer superior protection over the manufacturer floor mats. This is a one piece liner, it extends all the way from the drivers side threshold to the passenger side threshold. Anything that spills or gets dropped or comes in on top of the liner stays on the liner and doesn't get brushed off onto the carpeting.