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WeatherTech Front Floor Mats Review - 2013 Ford F-150

Today on our 2013 Ford F-150, we're going to be taking a look at the WeatherTech front auto floor mats in black part number WT446111. These are also available in tan, part number WT456111, and in gray, part number WT4666111. You can see on our Ford F-250 here with the factory mats installed, we're only going to have coverage in this very small area, so we're going to get dirt and grime into our carpet and get ground in there. If you spill liquids on the floor, it's going to mess up your carpeting. We're going to go ahead and pop those out by pushing down on these tabs in the center and taking out the mat. We're going to install the new WeatherTech mat. It's going to fit over those posts on the floor as well.



WeatherTech 2nd Row Rear Floor Mat Review - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 Super Crew Cab, we'll be doing a test fit on the WeatherTech 2nd Row Rear Auto Floor Mat. Part number WT446974. This also comes in tan, part number WT456974, or gray, part number WT466974. You can see how the custom molding is going to contour the second row of our F-150. We have some raised edges all the way around our mat to prevent messes from seeping onto our carpet. It's going to come around our center console and go deep up underneath our seats, and around to the threshold and then back underneath the seats here. I'd also like to point out that it's not going to interfere with the operation of our rear seats.



TruXedo Lo Pro QT Soft Roll-up Tonneau Cover Installation - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 Super Crew Cab, we'll be installing the Truxedo lo-pro QT soft roll up tonneau cover, part number TX597701. Add a stylish look while keeping your gear dry with the Truxedo lo-pro soft roll up tonneau cover. It has a low profile, aerodynamic design that sets less than 1 inch above your truck bed. It conveniently rolls up and stores behind the cab of our truck. To do so, we'll drop down our tailgate, simply pull on the latch here on the drivers side, it releases it and then we can begin to roll it up. Once we get to the end, we'll take our straps, bring it up and catch it on the loop up front.



Husky Liners WeatherBeater Front Floor Liners Review - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Cab, we'll be doing a test fit on the the Husky Liners WeatherBeater Custom Auto Floor Liners for the front. They're available in black, part number HL18361, available in gray, part number HL18362, and in tan, part number HL18363. You can see how the custom molding is really going to contour for our F-150. It can really improve the look of your interior. The raised edges are going to keep anything from seeping over the mat onto your carpet. It comes back around our gas pedal and our brake, and over our footrest and through our threshold. The raised treads and channels are going to help keep dirt, debris and mud away from our feet. Here on the underside of the mat, it features some stay-put nibs.



Husky X-act Contour 2nd Row Floor Liner Review - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 Supercrew Cab, we'll be doing a test fit on the the Husky Liner's X-act contour, custom all-floor liner for the second row. That's part number HL53491. You can see how the X-act contour is going to compliment the interior of our F-150. You've got raised edges surrounding the floor mat all the way around to keep messes from seeping over onto the carpet. It's going to come around, underneath our back seat. It's not going to interfere with the operation of our seats. The raised treads and channels are going to help divert fluid, like mud and snow, away from our feet.



Husky WeatherBeater 2nd Row Floor Liner Review - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 Super Crew Cab, we'll be doing a test fit on the Husky Liners Weather beater custom auto floor liner for the second row rear. It's available in black, part number HL19371, also in gray, part number HL19372 and in tan, part number HL19373. You can see how the custom molding is really going to contour the second row of our F-150. We've got raised edges starting here at the threshold and going up underneath the seat. It's going to keep messes from seeping over onto the carpet. I've got it all the way around. You can see how it's going to go up underneath our seats.



CIPA Slip On Custom Towing Mirrors Review - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150 Supercrew Cab, we'll be doing a test inaudible 00:00:04 on the CIPA Custom Towing Mirrors driver's side and passenger side, part number CM11550. It offers us a wide field of view. It's going to allow us to safely and easily change lanes, pass, park, or even back up while towing a trailer. As you can see, I'm visible in the towing mirror but not the factory mirror. If I take a few steps in towards my trailer, this is the view that you'd get with your factory mirror. The mirror itself can be pivoted to most angels to better suit our towing needs. It's not going to interfere with the operation of our factory mirror.



Reese Quick-Install 5th Wheel Base Rails Installation - 2016 Ford F-150

Speaker 2: Today in our 2016 ford f-150 we will be installing the Reese quick install custom base rails and out board installation kit for fifth wheel trailer hitches. Part Number RP56034-53.Speaker 2: All right this is what it looks like installed with our fifth wheel head sitting on top of it. Lets go ahead and we'll take that off, and we'll show you what the rails look like just inside the truck by them selves. As you can see there's only five bolts for each rail. Two on each side, and one in the middle, one towards the back of the truck, and one towards the front of the truck. The two bolts on the outside of the rails go to the frame brackets, which are bolted on to the frame of our truck using two bolts each.



Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains Installation - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150, we'll be installing the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains with Cams. These have a ladder pattern with a V-Bar link. They are part number TC2828CAM. Now I just want to point out the tire size on our F-150 that we have today here is 265/70 17. It you have a different tire size equipped on your F-150, you may want to refer to our application guide on our website, as these tire chains may not work for you. Here's what our tire chain looks like as it's laid out on the ground. As you can see, we have this ladder pattern here, which goes across the tread of the tire, and these V-Bar links right here will help dig into the ice and the snow and help give us traction, especially when there's a lot of deep snow or thick ice out there. Now on the outside edge of the tire here, we'll have these cams here, which we'll use to provide a tool to help tighten up the chains, to take out the slack on them. Let's grab our tire chain, making sure the V-Bar pattern is not touching the tread of the tire.



Glacier V-Bar Snow Tire Chains Review - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F-150, we'll be installing the Glacier V-Bar Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tighteners, part number PWH2828SC. Now I just want to point out the tire size on our F-150 that we have here today is 265/70 R17. If you have a different tire size equipped on your F-150, you may want to refer to our application guide on our website as these tire chains may not work for you. Here's our chains already laid out on the ground here. As you can see, there is a ladder pattern going across by the horizontal bars that go across the tread of our tires. You can see why they call it ladder pattern because it looks like the rungs or the steps on a ladder. Now on the individual rungs of the chain here, you can see the V-bar.



Glacier Twist-Link Snow Tire Chains Review - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F150 we'll be installing the Glacier Twist Link Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tighteners. Part number PWH2228SC. I just want to point out the tire size on our F150 that we have today here is 265/70 17. If you have a different tire size equipped on your F150 . Here's our tire chain laid out on the floor. As you can see we have that ladder pattern which is because it looks just like steps, or rungs in a ladder here going across the tread of the tire. Also we have this nice twist link here as you can see on the ladder pattern.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Ford F-150

Today on our 2012 Ford F-150 we're going to show you how to install the Tekonsha Voyager. This is a proportional trailer brake controller for 1 up to 4 axles. Part number is 39510. We're also going to be using the Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter, part number 22292. All right here's what our Voyager is going to look like to install. This proportional brake controller is really nice to get put in place, it works a wide variety of angles. It can be the front down as low as 20 degrees or up as high as 70 degrees that gives us 90 degrees there as mounting option.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Ford F-150

Today, on our 2012 Ford F-150, we're going to be taking a look at and also showing you how to install the Tekonsha Primus IQ Trailer Brake Controller. This proportional brake controller works for 1 up to 3 axles. The part number on it is TK90160. We're also going to be using the Tekonsha plug in wiring adapter for brake controllers, part number 22292. As a built-in safeguard, we've got constant monitoring of our trailer from our brake controller. It's checking to make sure we've got a good connection. In the event that we we're to have a disconnection, you can see NC is going to appear here on our screen.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Ford F-150

Today on our 2012 Ford F150, we're going to show you how to install the Tekonsha PowerTrac Electronic Trailer Brake Controller. This time-delayed controller works for 1 up to 2 axles. Part number on it is 39523. We're also going to be using the Tekonsha Plug-in Wiring Adapter for Electronic Trailer Brake Controller, part 22292. Now, we'll plug in our trailer or trailer tester, and with that connection made, we should see our light on. This is going to indicate that we've got a great connection with our trailer. We'll want to go into that every now and then as we head down the road because if that goes off, that means our trailer's come disconnected.



Hopkins Endurance Fifth Wheel Wiring Harness Installation - 2016 Ford F-150

Today on our 2016 Ford F150 we will be installing the Hopkins Endurance Fifth Wheel or Gooseneck 90 Degree Wiring Harness with 7 Hole 00:00:09 Plug, part number 41157. The first thing we need to do is locate a suitable spot to install our adapter. We're going to go over here on the driver's side right in this area and we'll use a hole saw to then cut our required hole. Now, we'll take our harness that has the 2 ends that will tap into factory wiring and we'll drop it down through the hole. We'll take our 90 degree connector here that will plug into our adapter and put a little of the included terminal grease there just to make sure we have a nice corrosion free connection and it will be safe from moisture. I'll just dab a littl on in there. I'll smear it around like so.



Titan Twist Link Tire Chains Installation - 2015 Ford F-150

Today on our 2015 Ford F150, we'll be installing the Titan chain snow tire chains with ladder pattern and twist links. Part number TC2228. Now, I just want to point out that the tire size is 265x70x17. If you have another size tire on your truck you may want to refer to our website as far as what the recommended application would be. You can see with our chain laid out here on the floor, you can see what the ladder pattern looks like. It looks just like the steps or rungs in a ladder.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2012 Ford F-150

Today, on our 2012 Ford F150, we're going to show you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P2. This is a proportional trailer brake controller that works for 1 up to 4 axles. The part number is 90885. We're also going to be using the Tekonsha Plug in wiring adapter for electronic trailer break controllers, part number 22292. All right let's have a single LED right here. That's going to indicate that we've got 12 volt power coming to our break controller. To move our manual override lever with out a trailer you'll see it's going to say NC or no connection.



Darby Extend-A-Truck Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2013 Ford F-150

Today on our 2013 Ford F-150, we're doing a test fit of the Darby extended track hitch mounted load extender. That part number is DTA944. Now we already have this loaded up onto our vehicle. In our first position we're going to take a few measurements and go over some features of the extended truck itself. Here in the first position we've got it set to our highest point. This is going to line up with our vehicles roof or roof rack if we have one on. What's great about this is not only does it work lined up with your vehicles roof, but maybe if you have items that you want to put at an angle you can lay those in your truck bed and then line them up.



Hopkins Smart Hitch Backup Camera Installation - 2013 Ford F-150

Today in our 2013 Ford F150, we're going to be taking a look at installing the Hopkins Smart Hitch backup camera and hitch aligner system, part number HM50002. Right now, we have it in hitch mode. It's going to give us this V shape. It's going to help us line up the ball, which you can see right here at the bottom of our screen, to our trailer. Now, as we back up, you'll see it starts to go from the green to the yellow, which means we're getting within five or six inches of our target. As we get closer, it's going to go to red, and that's going to let us know we're very close to our target, within about an inch and a half of our target. Now, we're going to take it from our tow mode and put it into everyday mode, which will change our lines in the back to a more squared off pattern.



Retrax RetraxONE MX Hard Tonneau Cover Installation - 2014 Ford F-150

Today, on our 2014 Ford F150 Super Crew Cab, we'll be installing the Retraxone MX Hard Tonneau Cover, in matte black, part #RT60372. It's also available in a glossy finish, part #RT10372. This hard retractable tonneau cover easily rolls up in the back of your truck bed. It's going to fit your 2009 - 2014 Ford F150, 6 1/2 foot bed, with or without a track system. A great feature about this tonneau cover is it has the ability to lock in any position. This is great for covering partial loads. Because we can lock it in any position, it's great for use with 5th wheels, lawn equipment, or anything else that might stick up above your truck bed.





Ford F-150 Questions

  • Longview mirror offers the # LVT-2300-C Custom Silde-On Mirrors that will be a fit for the 2015 Ford F150. Due to the F150's redesign for the 2015 model year, the mirrors you mentioned wouldn't be a fit.
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  • A trailer tire size 175/80-13 will replace either an A78-13 or B78-13 trailer tire. A 175/80-13 is going to have 3 load ratings: B at 1,100 pounds at 35 psi, C at 1,360 pounds at 50 psi, and D at 1,610 pounds at 65 psi. This size will have a diameter of 24.1 inches. This tire size will fit on a 4-1/2, 5, or 5-1/2 inch wide wheel. If you choose tires rated higher than your axle, you still have to go by the axle weight capacity. If you choose tires rated lower than the axle...
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  • There are a couple different ways to raise the ride height of your trailer, but before we choose the best option for you, we will want to take a look at a few things. First, it sounds like you are not towing with your trailer level so you do not hit your ball mount on the driveway. A trailer that is not level can create many problems such as ground clearance and trailer sway. If you have any sway control issues with your trailer, then I would recommend moving your leaf springs...
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  • A Sidewinder and a Revolution are the same thing. It is called a Revolution when it comes as OEM equipment on a trailer. That is the only difference. To determine if the Revolution offers enough extra clearance for your truck and trailer, there are some measurements to look at. First, measure from the center of the hitch jaws to the back of the truck cab and add 22 inches (length of Revolution extension). Then, measure the width of the trailer overhang and divide by 2 to get...
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  • The key temperatures to monitor when towing are the transmission fluid, engine oil and coolant temperatures. Each of these fluids will have different ranges that you will want to stay within. For transmission fluid, the ideal operating temperature is between 160 and 200 degrees. If you find that you are running over 200 degrees, I would recommend installing a supplemental transmission cooler, like part # D13504, if you do not already have one. I also recommend using the Ford...
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  • The wiring color codes and wire gauge recommendations for the Pollak Heavy-Duty, 7-Pole, Round Pin, Trailer Wiring Connector, item # PK11700, are listed below. White - Ground Return - 8 gauge Black - Clearance, Side Marker, Identification - 12 gauge Yellow - Left Turn and Hazard Signal - 12 gauge Red - Stop Lamps and Anti-Lock Devices - 10 gauge Green - Right Turn and Hazard Signal - 12 gauge Brown - Tail, Rear Clearance, Marker and License-Plate Lamps - 12 gauge Blue...
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  • The 2011 Ford F-150 should have come with either a 4-Way flat or 7-Way blade style trailer connector. In both cases, there is a factory port located behind the center console for a brake controller wiring harness # 22292. I have included a link to the installation details for the harness that shows the functions of the pins and explains installation. The wiring on the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller, # 90885, is as follows: White is ground Blue is brake output to the...
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  • You have two options for installing the RBW Lil Rocker in your 2007 Ford F-150 pickup. You can use the Universal Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation Kit with Rails, item # RP30035, or the Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Custom Installation Brackets - Ford F-150, item # RP50081-58 that you referenced. I would recommend you use the Custom Brackets # RP50081-58, these will install in about half the time of the universal rails and will minimize the drilling into your 2007 Ford F-150. I...
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  • You may be able to use a fifth wheel, depending on the width of the trailer. Since the 5-1/2 foot bed is so short, in turning the fifth wheel trailer can end up making contact with the cab of the truck resulting in damage. The Sidewinder is essentially a hitch extender that will provide enough clearance for some fifth wheel trailers to be towed behind 5-1/2 bed trucks. You will need to take some measurements on the truck and the width of the fifth wheel trailer and calculate...
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  • The difference between the plate and fin style, # D13504, and the tube and fin style cooler, # D12904, is that the plate and fin models can cool better than the tube and fin models. You will notice that plate and fin coolers with the same rating as tube and fin coolers are smaller in size. Basically, the plate and fin cooler provides more surface area to extract heat from the transmission oil and also has internal turbulator technology to help the oil to cool faster and prevent...
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  • I checked the owners manual online for the 2014 Ford F-150 to find all of the fuses and relays related to the tow package wiring. Under the hood in the power distribution box there are several: Relay 6 - trailer parking lamps Relay 9 - trailer battery charge Fuse 17 - brake controller Fuse 21 - power to relay 9 Relay 37 - trailer left turn and brake lights Relay 38 - trailer right turn and brake lights Relay 39 - trailer reverse lights Fuse 43 - power to relay 39 Fuse...
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  • I recommend going with the Equal-i-zer Weight Distribution System w/ 4-Point Sway Control, part # EQ37120ET. The # EQ37141ET system has a tongue weight rating capacity of 1,000 lbs and you may exceed that with the weight of your loaded trailer weight of 9,000 lbs. You want to make sure you do not exceed the towing capacity of your truck. The most important thing to consider is the tongue weight of your trailer. When calculating tongue weight you need to add the tongue weight...
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  • Brake controller wiring harness # 22292 plugs into the built-in connector beneath your vehicle's dashboard. To access this connector, first locate the instrument cluster finish panel in the center of you dash, near the driver's side. Carefully pry the panel out and undo the locking tabs to remove the panel. Plug the adaptor into the mating connector in the large gray housing behind the panel. I have included pictures that should help you with the location of the factory connection...
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  • The item you selected, Edge Evolution CTS Programmer, part # EP85250, will fit the following vehicles: Cadillac Escalade 2001-2006 6.0L, 2001-2007 5.3L, 2007-2011 6.2L Chevrolet Avalanche 1999-2011 5.3L, 1999-2008 6.0L, 2001-2007 8.1L Chevrolet Silverado 1500 1999-2011 4.8L, 1999-2011 5.3L, 1999-2009 6.0L, 2009-2011 6.2L Chevrolet Silverado 1500 HD 1999-2004 6.0L Chevrolet Silverado XFE 2011 5.3L Chevrolet Silverado 2500 2005-2010 6.0L Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 1999-2004...
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  • We have two completely wireless options that would work well for you. The first would be the SwiftHitch Portable Camera w/ Night Vision, part # SH02. This wireless system the camera uses has a 300 foot range which will be reduced somewhat by the trailer, but it would be an excellent choice for the rear of your camper. The batteries will last up to 10 hours. If you have an Andriod or iOS smart phone, Rampage offers the Wireless Backup Camera System, part # RA7710. The camera...
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  • I would try unplugging the harnesses and relays and then plugging them back in as it sounds like the left turn signal circuit is not making contact somewhere and it could be as simple as reconnecting the harness to fix the problem. Next. I would check the vehicle side plug that the Tow Ready Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring # # 118242, plugs into. If this circuit is functioning properly then check the wires coming out of the new connector to determine if the power is getting to the...
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  • The first step in choosing the correct weight distribution (W/D) system is to determine the actual as-towed tongue weight of your trailer. Anything stowed in the bed of the truck behind the rear axle should be included as tongue weight. For best performance, the tongue weight of the trailer should fall as close as possible to the middle of the effective range of the system you choose. The Pro Series Weight Distribution System you mention is designed to operate most effectively...
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  • The biggest differences between the Prodigy P2 brake controller, # 90885, and the P3 brake controller, # 90195, are the display, buttons and look of the controllers. I like the buttons and display on the P3 controller myself because the display uses actual words for setup and troubleshooting rather than the display codes that the P2 uses. This makes it easier for me to know that I am adjusting the correct function or see the trouble shooting codes without referring back to...
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  • For your 2014 Ford F-150 with a 5-1/2 foot bed the Correct TracRac Ladder rack for your vehicle would be the part # TA21508-02. Since this rack installs on the top of the bed rails that means you could install virtually any tonneau cover that installs between the bed rails. To see a full list of all the tonneau covers that fit your vehicle and would be compatible with the TracRac check out the link I attached to the right. I like the hard tonneau covers like part # BAK126309...
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  • To convert the factory 4-Way flat trailer connector on the back of your 2010 Ford F-150, you will need Adapter 4 Pole to 7 Pole and 4 Pole, # 37185. You will plug the factory 4-Way into the back of the adapter and hardwire the remaining 4 wires. The white wire gets grounded to the vehicle frame. The blue wire on the adapter carries the brake controller output voltage, and the black adapter wire carries the 12-volt accessory voltage for any trailer mounted accessories that might...
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