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Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 Air Helper Springs Installation - 2013 Ford F-150

All right today on this 2013 Ford F150 super crew cab we're going to show you part number AL57200, the Air Lift Load Lifter 5000 air helper springs. Now this has a load baring capacity up to 5000 pounds. Whatever you put in your truck that makes it squat, the Load Lifter 5000 will go ahead and bring your truck back up to level. This is what the Air Lift 5000 looks like once installed on the truck. With this part number you get two air bags, one for each side of the axle. It mounts to the axle, basically using large clamps. This does replace the factory jounce stop.



BedRug Custom Truck Bed Liner Installation - 2010 Ford F-150

Today on our 2010 Ford F150 Super Cab, we're going to be taking a look at, then installing the BedRug Custom Full Truck Bed Liner. This is for trucks with bare beds or spray-in liners, Part Number BRQ04SCK. Here's what your BedRug is going to look like once you get it installed in your truck. As you can see this is a nice custom fit truck bed protection system. It's made to fit around every cut and contour, so we don't have a lot of extra movement out of it. This is great for giving us good support.



Access Lorado Soft Roll Up Tonneau Cover Review - 2010 Ford F-150

Today on our 2010 Ford F150 crew cab we're going to take a look at and then install the Access Lorado Soft roll-up Tonneau cover, part number 834532006205. If we take a look at the top here it's nice and taut. It's smooth. We don't have any real big wrinkles or anything that we need to get out of it. If we did, the adjusters that we installed can easily be adjusted. Counterclockwise is going to loosen it up if it really takes a lot of force to get that back latch down, or if we go clockwise that's going to tighten it up.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 Ford F-150

Today, we're going to show you part number 51110 from Curt. This is the Venturer Trailer Brake Controller. Now also to help us with our install, because our brake controller is going to plug in to the factory tow package port underneath the dash, we'll be using part number C51436. This is the Curt Custom Wiring Adapter for Trailer Brake Controllers. Here's the brake controller we have mounted in our truck. We'll go ahead cover some of the features and controls. First off, this is your manual override on your trailer.



Hopkins Rear View Camera Installation - 2011 Ford F-150

Today on our 2011 Ford F-150 we'll be installing the Hopkins Rear View Camera with Back Up Sensors, with a 2-1/2" LCD Screen, part number HM60195VA. We'll go ahead and start by opening the driver's door and we'll need to remove the door seal as well as lift the carpet up a little bit. Before you begin you want to kind of take a look underneath your vehicle and see if you can find any sort of grommet or anything like that, that you might be able to push the wire up through when you get up close to the front part of the cab of the vehicle. As you can see here, here's the area that we're going to pull the wire through the floor pan. Before we pull the wire through, we're going to put a little electrical tape on the end of the wire to protect any of the fittings to keep from getting any dirt or other debris in it. Once we've done that we'll go ahead and fish it up from the underside of the vehicle, pulling it through enough that we can make our connection once we mount our LCD screen up on the dash area. Now we'll go ahead and go back underneath the vehicle and route our wires to the back, keeping in mind you want to keep away from any sharp edges, moving parts or areas that may become hot. While routing to the back of the vehicle we went ahead and used some zip ties to help secure it. Next we'll need to go ahead and move to the license plate area. First we'll need to remove the existing license plate.



Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains Installation - 2005 Ford F-150

Today on our 2005 Ford F150 Super Crew Cab we will be installing the Titan Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tensioners featuring a ladder pattern and V-bar links, part number TC2828CAM. The V-bar studs on these chains bites into ice giving superior traction. The ladder pattern design assists with effective starts and stops on ice. These chains are made from a low carbon steel construction which makes them strong and durable. Since our truck is rear wheel drive we are installing these on the rear tires. For our tire size today we're using a 265/70R17. We went ahead and laid our chain out on a flat surface so we can make sure we don't have any kinks or knots in it.



Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains Installation - 2005 Ford F-150

Today on our 2005 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab, we will be installing the Titan Snow Tire Chains with the Diamond Pattern and Square Link, part number TC2326. These chains are made from a sturdy, durable alloy construction, which features a diamond pattern that offers more tire coverage. The square links form cross chains, which provide great traction in the snow and excellent grip and stopping power on ice. With this part number, you're going to get two chains, one for each side of the vehicle, and a little carrying case for easy storage. The Titan tire chains have a speed rating of 30 miles per hour. These chains are SAE class S chains. Since our truck is rear wheel drive, we're installing these on the rear tires. Today we'll be using tire size 265 70r17, so to begin our install, we want to go ahead and lay our chain out like this and try to remove all the kinks and all the twists that we can before we install our tire.



Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2005 Ford F-150

Today on our 2005 F150 SuperCrew Cab, we will be installing the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, part number PW3027C. These chains are designed with a low profile that gives you a smooth ride, which makes it perfect for occasional use in snowy or icy conditions. Since our truck is rear-wheel drive, we are installing these on the rear tires. For our tire size today, we've got a 265 70r17. Now we've went ahead and laid our tire chain on a flat surface, just to make sure that we don't have any knots or kinks in it. We want to make sure that our tension lever is on the outside like it is, and we've also got this little indicator here that shows which way our tire is going to be rotating, so we want to have that on the outside as well. We'll go ahead and pick up our tire chain and we'll place it over our tire, and we'll make sure it's evenly space on both sides of our tire.



Curt TruTrack Weight Distribution System Installation

Today on our 2012 Ford F150 Super crew Cab, we're going to install part number C17500. This is the Curt TruTrak Trunnion Bar Weight Distribution System. All right. We'll start off with some prep work first. We need our truck and trailer on a level ground and also we'll go ahead and make sure our trailer is sitting level. All right. Once we have that established, we're going to measure from the top here down to the ground. We should have a measurement of 21 1/2 inches.











Trailer Hitch Installation - 2006 Ford F-150 - Curt

Today on this 2006 Ford F150 Super Cab, we are going to install part number C13365. This is the Curt Class 3 2 inch receiver hitch. This is what your hitch looks like once installed. Next we'll give you some measurements to help out in searching some accessories such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground it will be 17 inches and from the center of the hitch pin hole to the outside edge of the bumper will be about 2 1/4 inches. Also, in this case the hitch also when pass to the edge of the bumper by about a 1/4 of an inch. Now we'll go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed.



Detail K2 Storm Snowplow Installation - 2007 Ford F-150

Today on our 2007 Ford F-150, we'll be installing the Detail K2 Storm Snowplow for 2 inch Hitches, part number K2STSP8422. Here's what our plow look like installed in a truck. Now let's go ahead and go through the install and operation. Note, our snowplow has already been assembled and we just need to install the wiring on our truck. To begin our install, we first go ahead and open the hood. Now to begin our install, we need to mount control box.





Front Mount Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 Ford F-150 - Curt

Today on our 2007 Ford f150, we'll be installing the Curt Front Mounted 2" Receiver Tube Hitch, part number 31352. Here's what our hitch will look like once it's installed. Next, we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist you in selecting accessories for your new hitch, such as a ball mount, winch mount, snow plow, or even a cargo carrier. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 5 1/2". From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 20 1/4". Now, to begin our install, we'll first need to remove the manufacturer's tow hooks and hardware if it has them.



Tow Ready Tow Package Wiring Harness Installation - 2002 Ford F-150

Today, our 2002 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab, we're going to install part number 118242. This is a Ford replacement OEM tow-package wiring harness. Now, what this will do, it will upgrade your preexisting 4-pole harness on tow package up to a 7-pole. Now, our new upgrade harness will actually work with a factory 4-pole wire harness. In this case we don't have our 4-pole anymore, so that's why we're upgrade. Our connection point is right here on the frame rail on the driver's side.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2013 Ford F-150

Today, on our 2013 FordF150, we'll be installing the Voyager brake controller, Part Number 39510, in conjunction with the Tekonsha plug-and-play adapter, Part Number 3050P. Now, to begin the install of our brake controller, we'll first need to locate the manufacturer's brake controller port. If you look underneath the dash here, above the gas pedal, you can find the gray plug. It's taped to the manufacturer's harness right next to the OBDII port.Now we'll remove the tape by just using a utility knife to cut it free. All right, now that we've located our manufacturer's tow port, we'll need to remove the protective cap. We'll press on the locking tab and slide the cap off.



K-Source Custom Towing Mirrors Installation - 2002 Ford F-150

Today on this 2002 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Cab, we're going to install part number KS81600. This is a K-Source Custom Towing Mirrors that snap on to our preexisting factory mirrors. We already have one installed on our passenger side. This part number does include mirrors for both sides of the truck. With it installed, we can see how this mirror is independent of the factory mirror. It doesn't impede the operation of the factory mirror at all. Move it up, down, left, and right like any other mirror. Move it any direction you want. We'll install it on the driver's side.



TruXedo Truck Bed LED Lighting System - 2006 Ford F-150

Today on our 2006 Ford F150, we'll be installing the Truxedo Tonneau Covers, B-Light battery powered truck bed lighting system, part number TX1704998. As you will see, these battery powered truck bed lighting systems run on 3 AA batteries. They adhere to whichever section of your bed you would like to put them on with double sided tape as well as the battery box where the on/off switch is, has two holes that you can also add two screws to if you choose. The screws are not supplied with the kit and you will need to come up with them separately. On this particular bed, there's a spray-in bed liner. So we're going to go ahead and use two separate screws to help mount the box to the side of the bed. Because this truck has a Tonneau cover on it and a spray-in bed liner, we're going to actually mount the lighting strip to the underside of the Tonneau cover rail. Before we do any mounting though, we're going to go ahead and undo the four Phillips heads screws.





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