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.
Today our 2012 Ford F150 we're going to review an install, The Weathertech front auto floor mats. Part number WT446111, black in color. This application is also available in grey, part number WT463341 or tan, part number WT456131. As you can see with this old floor mat or liner, there's a lot of dirt built up around the liner and no coverage up underneath the gas, or break pedal, or drivers foot rest. Go ahead and pull this old mat out and install the new Weathertech floor liner. The Weathertech floor liner is going to fit right in as it's custom molded and shaped to the vehicle's floor board. We even have these special cut outs to go over top the manufactures dual mount post. Here we have the raised outer edge and extension up underneath. Covering the driver's foot rest and our brake and gas pedal, containing all that dirt, dust, and debris that the previous liner would not. We have the raised outer age and it continues on here in front of the front row seat tracking.
Today on a 2005 Ford F-150, we'll be taking a look at the Glacier Twist-Link Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tighteners for Wide-Base Tires. Part Number PWH3227SC. The Glacier Twist-Lock Snow Chains are designed for high flotation, super single, or wide based rim tires. They can also be used for dual tire applications. The twisted chain design provides extra grip and traction in the snow and ice. They are constructed of low carbon steel and have a quick and easy installation. They work on either front or rear wheel drive vehicles.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150 we'll be installing the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver Class 4 Part Number C14002. Now here's what our new trailer hitch looks on our F150, it is a class 4 hitch so it is heavy duty. Has a nice big steel to the sides of it, nice heavy welds that attach it and nice black powder coat finish, that's going to resist corrosion and rust. Being a class 4 hitch, it does have a 1,000 pound tongue capacity and a 10,000 pound towing capacity. With a weight distribution hitch it bumps it up to 1,200 pounds of tongue and 12,000 pounds of towing capability. With this hitch you also want to the specifications of your vehicle to see what the maximum towing capability is. You always want to go with the lower, whether the hitch or the vehicle rating.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we'll be installing the Takonsha Voyager Brake Control for 1 to 4 axles, part number 39510. We'll also be using the etrailer ETBC7 installation kit for brake controllers. With our power hooked up to our battery and our trailer hooked up to our brake controller, you can see we have a green light there. That means we have power going to our brake controller. This is our pendulum adjustment so when you level out your brake controller, you'll adjust that, and your power adjustment is on the side here. When you use your manual override, it will go from green to red so you know it's working. As you see, our truck is equipped for a 4-flat here on the back of the vehicle, and it is in a bracket. We're just going to go ahead slide that out of the bracket and tuck it behind our hitch, that way we can start to install our 7-way plug.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we'll be installing the Hidden Hitch Trailer Hitch Receiver, Class 3, part number 87583. As you see, this is what our new hitch looks like here on our F150. It's a nice, black powder coat finish that's going to resist rust and corrosion. It's tucked up under here neath the bumper. It does stick out just a little bit, but it gives you easy access to the receiver tube with your 5/8 pin hole and a pre-drilled hole for your J-pin style hitch lock. Easy access here to the tie downs so when you hook your trailer up, you can put your safety chains into position.
Today in our 2014 Ford F150, we'll be installing the Draw-Tite, max frame trailer hitch receiver, class 3, part number 75691. As you see, this is what our new hitch looks like here on our F150. It's a nice black, powder coated finish that's going to resist rust and corrosion. It's tucked up here underneath the bumper, it does stick out just a little bit but it gives you easy access to the receiver tube with your five eighths pin hole and a pre drilled hole for your J pin style hitch lock. Easy access here to the tie downs, so when you hook your trailer up, you can put your safety chains into position. Use two existing holes in the frame with two bolts on each side to hold it up.
Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we will be installing the Kerr Trailer Hitch Receiver, Class 3 with a 2 inch opening, Part Number 13368. Here is what our Kerr Trailer Hitch looks like on our F150. It has got a nice square tube construction and nice durable powder coat finish. It is going to stand up against corrosion and rust. Nice welded seams here. The side brackets go up. Very easy installation as it attaches to two pre-drilled holes in the frame.
Today on our 2104 Ford F150 Super Cab we'll be installing the Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 13371. Here's what our new Curt trailer hitch looks like on our F150. You see it features a nice round tube. It does stick out a little underneath the bumper, but the round tube has nice welded seams and nice black powder-coat finish, which is going to protect it against rust and corrosion so it will still give a nice look here on the back of your truck. Extremely easy installation, just two mounting points on each side, and all you need is one socket size for all the hardware. Nice 2-inch by 2-inch Class 3 hitch. You have your 5/8ths pin hole here and your tow hooks which are easily accessible.
Today on our 2013 Ford F-150 we're gonna be doing a test fit of the Softride Element Parallelogram. This is gonna be your hanging style, 4 bike rack with a tilting feature and a 2 inch shank for your 2 inch hitches only. It'll be part number SR26248. And as you can notice, it does have two setting points to where you can either go further out from your bumper or closer in. We're gonna go ahead and insert into our 2 inch receiver that we have here today and line up our pinholes. For demonstration purposes, we're gonna go all the way in, as close we can. So we'll go into the farthest pinhole so we can see what kind of clearances we have. All right, once we have it in as far as we can, go ahead and insert your anti-rattle bolt.
Today on our 2013 Ford F150 we're going to be doing a test fit of the Rhino-Racks hanging-style 4-bike rack. It's going to have an 1-1/4" shank with a 2" adapter for your bigger hitches, but you'll also be able to get it in the 1-1/4" for class one and class two hitches, and then your 2" for your class three. It does come with a tilting feature and a sturdy steel construction, and it will be part number RBC044. Let's get it fitted onto our truck. Place the shank into your receiver and line up your pinholes. Once you have your pinholes lined up we'll go ahead and insert our anti-rattle bolt, which will look like this. Thread it in as far as you can by hand.
Today on our 2013 Ford F150 we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima SwingDaddy. This is going to be your hanging-style 4-bike rack and it's also going to be a swing-away model. It's going to be part number Y02464, and it comes with only a 2" shank for your 2" receivers only. Let's go ahead and get it fitted into our 2" receiver that we have here today. First thing you're going to want to do is set your shank into your receiver and ensure that your tensioner is all the way seated. That way it will go in easier.