Today, we are taking a look at and installing the titan snow chains with cams, part number TC3831CAM. These snow chains are going to have the ladder pattern design with the v-bar link. This is going to be for our tire size of 35x12.50x17. You can see that you are going to have those durable chains and cam tensioners to help tighten everything up. Those durable chains are going to stand up against the weather and any kind of corrosion that may happen. Another nice thing about these is they are going to have the twisted-link design, which is going to add to the durability and traction on the road with those starts and stops. With these chains in particular, they are going to have the v-bars welded onto them. These are going to add a really aggressive traction that is going to help on thick ice or packed snow (also great for deep snow). These chains are going to be really easy to put in place and make sure that you are going to remain safe on the road. Keep in mind that these chains are going to have built-in cam tighteners that are going to make it easier to achieve a tight and secure fit. Rubber or chain adjusters can also be used for additional security and making sure that they get nice and tight if there is still a little bit of slack. That is going to be the titan chain multi-arm rubber chain adjuster, part number TCMA2. The thing that we are going to do with it when we first pull it out of the package is go ahead and string it all out and make sure we do not have any kinks or twists in our chains at all.
Today on our 2012 Ford F150 we'll be taking a look at the Pewag All Square Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tighteners for Wide-Base Tires, part number PWE3235SC. Here's what our chains will look like once they're installed. They're going to have that nice square link design on the ladder pattern up on top to give you ample stopping and starting capabilities. The outside, round links are also going to be hardened steel, as well as the hooks. That way you can ensure that they're going to be durable and stand up against the elements. For tightening they come with the built in cam tighteners, located here and here. Keep in mind that you may need to make several adjustments with the hooks on the bottom and the extra links.
Today on our 2015 Ford F150 we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the CURT custom fit class three trailer hitch receiver. This offers the 2" by 2" opening. Its part number is C13118. Here's what our hitch looks like installed on the truck. As you can see, we've got the nice 2" by 2" opening. It's a class three hitch so it's going to give us a lot of versatility, whether it's a cargo carrier, or bike rack, or even a ball mount if wee're doing some towing.
Today on our 2015 Ford F150, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Weather tech custom fit front auto floor mats. In black, the part number is WT446971, in tan part number WT456971 and in gray part number WT466971. As you can see here, this custom fit design really does take every contour of the vehicle into account. You can see right here along this back side, these are custom designed to fit perfectly into the floor board, even so far as to go kind of up underneath the dash board to give us superior coverage. Same thing here you can see a really nice customer corner here. As it warms up that's going to lay into place a little bit better.
Today we have our 2015 Ford F150. We're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Husky liners exact contour custom floor liners, part number HL53341. Here's what it looks like when it's installed. As you can see, it folds perfectly to the contours of your vehicle. It's got nice grooves down here that are going to keep the dirt or debris away from your feet. There's a grip pad here for your foot and the format fits perfectly behind your gas and break pedals.
Today on our 2015 Ford F-150, we're taking a look of the Thule Bed Rider Aluminum Two-Bike Rack. That part number is TH822XT. Now we see I have it here in my hand. What we're going to do is pretty much just show you how it sits on your bed rails right here. Let's see if it actually fits. See right now, we're actually off just a little bit. What we're going to do is ...
Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 we're doing a test fit of the Swagman Dispatch platform-style 2 bike rack. That part number is S64684. We've already got it on our vehicle; we're first going to show you how we strap down our bike, and then we'll show you some features. Here with our bike we've got two straps, one at the front and one at the back tire. They've got nice bushings on them for your smaller tires like we have here. We can always flip them around for larger tires that you may have. We'll just push down on the lever, and pull the straps out ...
Today, on our 2015 Ford F-150, we're doing a test fit of Inno Tire Hold Platform-Style 3 Bike Rack. That part number is INH305-306. Now, we have our bike already in the rack, and I'm going to show you a few features of it. One feature that we want to show first, with the bike on the rack, we have our tilting feature. Pulling the lever down, just holding our bike rack, bring it down. Now, with the bike rack in this position, you can't open your tailgate. Just wanted to let you know just to show you.
Today we'll be taking a look at and installing, The Titan tire chains with cam. Part number:TC3231CAM, for our 35, 1250, 17" tires. Now, with our tire chains installed on the vehicle, you can see how they're going to look and appear. You're gonna have that spaced-out ladder pattern, which is gonna add to the start and stop ability of your vehicle, in poor weather conditions. The twisted link that you see here is actually gonna add to the aggressiveness in braking up the ice/patched snow, or whatever you're running on, when you're driving. It's gonna be made of that hardened steel.
Today on our 2005 Ford F-150, we're test fitting the Darby Extend A Truck, hitch mounted load extender, part number DTA 944. As you can see we have we it in the extended position. This is going to be great if you want to carry any kind of a ladder, ladders on here. You can just use the loops up at the top here to strap those down. Now the first thing I'll do is, take a few a measurements here. Overall to the truck, riding about 9 and a half inches there.
Today on our 2005 Ford F150 we're test fitting the Curt Folding Cargo Carrier. Part number C18153. Designed to work with 2 inch hitches and has a 500 pound weight capacity on there. So the first thing we're going to do is take a few measurements here. Ground clearance is going to be about 18 and 3 quarter inches there. Overall, to the back of the truck, about 42 inches, and our closest point looks like it's going to be about 16 and a half inches there. Now we do have a good ground clearance here because of this raised shank in the back. That's going to lift that cargo carrier up higher than the ground there. Also go ahead and check out our exhaust, we do have a single passenger side exhaust here.
Today on our 2015 Ford F150, we are doing a test fit of the Swagman Tailwhip Tailgate Pad and bike Rack for full sized trucks. The part number for that is 64760. So we have already set it down on our tailgate. We are going to show you how to install it and then we will show you what kind of things we can put on to our tailgate pad. So we have a nice hook and loop strip here, which will allow you to open the flap to get to your handle there. Now, because I have shorter arms, I do have to open my tailgate all the way, and feed my straps through underneath.
Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 we're doing a test fit of the roller truck bed ladder rack. That part number is 59742. This ladder rack is designed to work with up to 400 pounds, and we've already got three of our four sides down and connected so we're just going to do our last two clamps over here on our passenger side in the rear. You're going to set the clamps down here. If we take a look at them we will bolt and then wing nut at the top here. What we'll do is we'll sit it around our tuck bed and then we'll start by taking down our bolt. That's going to push that piece just up so it's sitting up against the truck bed.
Today we'll be taking a look at installing the glacier cable snow tire chains for our 35125017 tires, part number PW2037C. The lighter pattern is going to be great for starts and stops. You're going to have your durable cables that's also going to have the case harden steel rollers around it to grip onto the road nice. They have that durable outer capable as well and plaited brackets here they're going to stand against any kind of corrosion and or rust and debris. All right first thing we're going to do when we pull our tins out of our bag is go ahead and make sure that there's no king sprays in the wiring or no tangles or damaged links. Now keep in mind that these are going to be a very durable but they're only going to be for occasional use. We'll go ahead and place them over the tire.
Today on our 2005 Ford F150, we are test fitting the Thule Gate Mate Tailgate Pad and Bike Rack. Part number TH824. Now, we're going to show you how we secure it to the tailgate and then we'll also going to show you things that we can use it for to load up. First thing we'll do is just set our tailgate pad up here. We want to make sure these big pads on the side are sticking up because that's going to hold to your cargo in their spots. Now, we're going to lift up on this pad here and open our tailgate.
Today we're on our 2015 Ford F-150. We're doing a test fit of the Thule Roadway Hanging Style Two Bike Rack. That part number is TH912XTR. This bike rack is designed to hold up to two bikes and is also designed to work with inch and a quarter or two inch hitches. The first thing we're going to go over is how the bike is strapped down. We've got two cradles here and three straps, two on the frame and one of those are anti-sway strap in the back. That's going to keep a lot of the shake and play out of the bike rack as you're heading down the road. To remove those, we just pull down and lift up.
Today on our 2015 Ford F-150, we're going to test fit of the Darby Extend A Truck, hitch mounted load extender. That part number is DTA944. Now we've already got it in our first position. We're going to take a few measurements, show you some features and then we'll show you the second position that we have. Here on our truck, we're going to take a few measurements first. Overall, we're adding about 8 and a quarter inches to the truck this way. Our ground clearance is about 18 inches and our closest point is going to be about 6 and half inches there.
Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 we are doing a test fit of the Yakima full tilt hanging style 4 bike rack. That part number is Y02462. We've already got it on our rack, we are first going to show you how we connect our bike down and then we will go over some features. We've got two cradles holding our bike down and three straps. Two on the top as your frame straps and one as our anti sway strap in the back here. To release those we will push in both grey levers and lift those out.
Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 we're doing a test fit of the Tooly Vertex swinging, hanging bike rack. That part number is TH031XT. Now we've already got it on our vehicle. Were first going to show you our swing way style then we'll go over some other features as well. To put it into the swing out, first we're going to pull up on this t pin and set that off to the side. Then we'll undo this knob at the very back holding that mast in place.