Speaker: Today, on our 2012 Ford F250, we will be doing a test fit of the Thule Gate Mate. This is going to be your 62-inch model of the tailgate cover pad so you can put your bike up on the back side of your vehicle. We're going to show you how it goes on and how it looks. First thing you're going to want to do is undo your straps and place it over the tailgate. This part number is going to be TH824. It will go on just like that. Then, these straps are going to run underneath the tailgate and around through the bed of the truck.
Today on our 2012 Ford F-250, we'll be doing a test fit of the Thule Exporter Pro. This is going to be your bed-mounted ladder rack system, with a 450 pound weight capacity, and be sturdy aluminum constructed. As you can see up top, you also get your stops for your cargo. Those are steel brackets with a twist knob to tighten then down. These are fully adjustable with height, and simply to do that, all you're going to do is get your measure for the top peak of your cab down to your bed. Then I'll tell you on the inside of these, if we can turn to that one right there, you'll see all the numbers here. That will be however tall it is.
Today on our 2012 Ford F250 we're going to be doing a test fit of the TracRac TracONE. This is going to be your bed-mounted ladder rack system, part number TA27000-01. As you can see we've already got it up here mounted into our vehicle. I'm going to go through how to put it all together and get it fitted to your particular vehicle. If you look up top you'll see the caps on the end. They will come off. They'll come off by loosening up this Alan bolt that's right here inside this rail.
Today on this 2004 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab, we're going to install part number Y01127. This is the Yakima 54 inch tracks for roof racks. These tracks mount directly to naked roof vehicles, creating a strong, low profile attachment point for Yakima Control Towers with Landing Pad One. It does come with all the tools needed to install. You may need a 1/8 inch torque head driver for the fasteners when you install it, at the very end. All right, now we'll go ahead and show you how the track rack installs.
Today in this 2003 F-250 Superduty, we're going to show you part #HL09211. This is a Husky Liners gear box. Okay, this is what it looks like when it's installed in the vehicle. You can see here we have the seat down, and it sits underneath of it, and the seat acts like a lid. Although, you can slip objects inside through this edge right here, which is about an inch. Okay. You can see it has a built-in cut-out for for the jack for a truck, and now you can see the rest of it is a tray that holds all your stuff.
Today, on this 2003 Ford F250 Super Duty, we're going to show you part number WT120001. This is Weather-tech Mud Flaps, inaudible 00:00:11 tires and wheels. A few things to know about it, these are constructed from high quality thermal plastic resin, which do hold their shape really nice but they are flexible in case something hits it. These are designed to fit the exact truck. As you can see it matches the contour of the fender wheel all the way up. I use the existing fasteners or it comes with new hardware as needed. There is no drilling required.
Today in our 1999 Ford F250 Super Duty we're going to install the Weather Tech bug shield, part number WT50035. Here's what a bug shield deflector looks like once it's installed. As you can see, it's a real nice, sleek and stylish deflector as it molds and contours to the front of our vehicle and the engine hood. It's made of an aerospace acrylic, so it's construction is very sturdy. It's also a scratch resistant surface, and once installed, will help protect the front of our vehicle from rock chips, bugs, and stains, that can build up over time. With included hardware and protectors, this bug shield is really easy to install as it uses manufacturer's existing holes on the bottom side of the hood. Now let's go ahead and show you how to install it. We simply use just a spray bottle with a soap and water solution, a clean rag, and a standard Phillip's screwdriver.
Today on the 2004 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab, we're going to show you part number: #F2550. This is a Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs. All right, now before we start our install, we'll go ahead and get a quick measurement of the height of the truck before we install our air springs. From the ground to the top of the wheel well will be about forty and a quarter inches. We'll go ahead and put some weight in the back of the truck, then we'll go ahead and get a second measurement. And we are down to thirty seven and a half.
Today in our 1999 Ford F250 Super Duty we're going to be installing the WeatherTech Air Deflector, part number: WT88138. This set comes with a total for four wind deflectors for the super crew cab. You'll have two full length ones for the front doors and two quarter length for the vent glass on the super crew cab. Let's go ahead and take a look at them. Here we have our passenger side installed and you can see it's got a nice low profile design to help reduce the wind noise. As you can see, we've got a nice opening here which will allow that fresh air in without letting anyone know our window is even down, because we have the nice dark, tinted window deflector. What's really nice about our window deflectors is that they're made of a durable three millimeter thick acrylic construction. So, we don't have to worry about wear and tear.
Today, on our '99 Ford F-250 Super Duty we'll be installing the weathertech side window air deflectors, Part number WT80138. This set comes with a driver and passenger side for the front doors on a Super Cab or Crew Cab or just the front 2 doors for a regular cab. Let's go ahead and take a look at them. Here's we have our passenger side installed, and you can see it's got a nice low-profile design to help reduce the wind noise. As you can see, we get a nice opening here, which will allow that fresh air in without letting anyone know our window's even down because we have the nice dark tinted window deflector. What's really nice about our window deflectors is that they're made of a durable 3-millimeter thick acrylic construction so we don't have to worry about wear and tear. Fits inside the window channel, so there's no exterior adhesive necessary.
All right, today in this 2013 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab we're going to show you part number WT120030. This is the WeatherTech MudFlaps border rear tire and wheels. We're having them installed in the driver's side of our truck and we'll go ahead and see how they look. We'll start from the top and you see you how it matches up to the contour of the factory framing wheel all the way around and down even past the bottom probably by about 4 inches. That provided coverage for the inside tire as well. For the bottom of the fender wheel down to the bottom it'll be about 9 and 3/4-inches. Now, there's no drilling involved and you can do all the hard work to install it. All the attachment points that are facing towards the tire are stainless steel hardware. They're very flexible but definitely hold their shape.
Today in this 2013 Ford F350 super duty crew cab, we're going to show you part number WT110020. This is the WeatherTech mudflaps for the front wheels. Now we have one of them already installed on the driver's side of the truck, and you can see how it matches with the contour of the body work on the truck. You can see where the bodywork goes into the mudflap right through here. Now this is a no-drill installation, it uses the factory attachment points here and here. It also uses the factory hardware as well. It does come with inaudible 00:00:34 hardware on the bottom on the other side. Now hardware inaudible 00:00:37 is included with the kit, it is all stainless steel. It's semi-rigid where it goes up towards the bodywork, but it's also flexible at the bottom a little bit as well.
Today on our 2004 Ford F250 Crew Cab we will be test fitting the CURT folding cargo carrier. That's part number C18153. Its dimensions are 24 by 60, it has a max capacity of 500 pounds, and it's for 2" hitches only. We've got a 2" hitch receiver here today. We can go ahead and start by inserting our shank into our receiver until our pinholes line up. Once we get that lined up we'll go ahead and take our pin and clip.
Today, on our 2004 Ford F250 Crew Cab we will be test fitting the Curt Cargo Carrier, that's part number C18145. It's dimension are 17 by 46. It has a max capacity of 500 pounds and it can be used for 1 1/4 or 2-inch hitches. We've got a 2-inch hitch here today, so we're going to be using our adapter. We can go ahead and begin by inserting our shank into our receiver. Next, we'll line up our pin holes, then we'll take our included anti-rattle bolt and thread that through. Once we get that hand tight we'll go ahead and take our socket wrench and tighten that the rest of the way down.
Today on our 2004 Ford F250 Crew Cab, we will be test fitting the Rola Dart folding cargo carrier. That's part number 59550. It's dimensions are 23 by 56. It has a max capacity of 450 pounds. It's for 2-inch receivers only. We've got a 2-inch hitch here today.
Today on our 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty we'll be installing the B&W Turnover Under Bed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number BWGNRK1108. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once installed. On our driver's side we have the side bracket, emergency brake cable hold down, and the release handle. Here's our handle in the locked position. We can pull it out and rotate it and it will hold out in the unlocked position. Then, once we've put our ball in position, we simply rotate it back towards the rear of the vehicle and release it and the spring pressure will reset the pin back into the locked position.
Today on our 2003 Ford F250 Super Duty, we're going to be installing part number HM50002, Hopkins Smart hitch backup camera and hitch aligner. All right, this is what the smart hitch camera looks like when it's installed on our truck. You can see how it acts as a replacement bracket for your license plate, and it fits inside, and has our camera right here, and two backup sensors here and here. There's a cable that gets ran from here up along the frame and up into the cab of the truck. Now we'll go ahead and show you the monitor that's installed in the cab.Speaker 2: Okay, and now here's our monitor right here. Okay.
Today on our 2003 Ford F350 Super Duty we'll be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller, part number 90885. We'll be doing this in conjunction with the Tekona Plug-N-Play wiring adapter for the brake controller, part number 3035-P. Let's go ahead and connect the trailer braking. Once connected our display will read or show a C that indicates our trailer wiring is connected. Then on the driver side of the brake controller is our gain, which will allow us to increase or decrease the output and power going to our trailer braking. On the passenger side of the brake controller at the top is our boost mode button. We have three different boost modes that can be adjusted as necessary depending on the trailer's size and weight.
Today in a 2013 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab we're going to show you Part Number P570310. This is Putco Element Bug Shield Hood Protector. All right. This is what the hood shield looks like when it's installed on our Ford F350. We'll go ahead and point out a couple of features. Very simple, it fits the bottom edge of the hood, going all the way across; it goes over the grill, then fits quite nicely with the edge of the grill when the hood's shut. It goes all the way down, of course back to the other side.
Today on our 2013 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab, we'll be showing and installing the WeatherTech Front and Rear Mud Flaps, part number WT110020-120030. We've gone ahead and installed them on our passenger side. You can see how they match into the contours of the bodywork. This will be a no-drill install and either use existing hardware or provide the hardware as needed to install. They're more semi-rigid closer to the vehicle with more flexibility towards the bottom. From the bottom edge of the bodywork to the bottom edge of the mud flap, will be about 8" for the front and about 9-3/4" for the rear mud flap. Now let's show you how they install.
Today on this 2013 Ford F-350 Super Duty Crew Cab, we're going to install part number PK11893-11932. This is the Pollak 5th wheel and gooseneck T-connector with the 7-pole connector. To make things easier for access to wiring later in our install, we'll go ahead and have the spare tire removed. Not necessary, but it makes things a lot easier to do. First we got to do some pre-assembly. We got to push these wires into the sockets right here. For a color code, all we got to do is follow the already assembled side right here.
Today on this 2013 Ford F-350 Super Duty we're going to show you part number P580209. This is the Putco Element In-Channel Window Visors, 4 piece unit. We have them installed on the driver's side of our truck. We'll go ahead and cover some of the features and how it fits. First off, you can see that they're a tinted color, pretty dark, and what they do is they fit inside the window channel with the glass. It starts from here, goes all the way down and around towards the bottom right here.
Today on our 2003 Ford F350 Super Duty crew cab we're going to be installing the Torklift anchor guard Derringer turnbuckles for truck camper tie downs, in a stainless steel design, part number TLS9020. Now here's what our Torklift anchor guard Derringer turnbuckles look like in action. Now by using these they help reduce the stress on your tie down points of your vehicle. We're going to begin our installation by taking the longer threaded rod and a hex nut. We're going to go ahead and thread a hex nut on both ends down about 1". Next we're going to go ahead and take one of the handles and open it into the open position like this. We'll then take a square nut, put it over the hole here in the bottom, and thread the rod up into the square nut.
Today on this 2013 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab we're going to install part number 9460-48. This is the Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with installation kit. This is what the hitch looks like when it's installed on the truck. We have a two and five-sixteenths gooseneck ball that sits like this when you're using it and towing a trailer. It has two U bolts for your safety chains, one on each side. When you're not using the hitch to pull a trailer this can be stored upside down.
Today on this 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab, we're going to install Part Number C31014. It's the Curt Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver. This is what our front mount hitch looks like on our truck once it's installed. Next we'll give you some measurements to help you in selecting some accessories for your front mount hitch, like a snow plow or a winch mount for your front hitch. From the center of the hitch pin hole in this case to the outside edge of the bumper, which would be the license plate bracket will be about 7 and a half inches. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground will be about 13 and a quarter inches.
Today on our 2003 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab, we're going to be installing the Torklift Custom Frame Mounted Camper Tie Downs, part number TLF2011. Now here's what our Torklift Custom Frame Mounted Camper Tie Downs look like in action. Now as you can see here we're a little short to reach to our bracket. One way to take up the extra distance is to use a quick link like this. Just simply slide through, tighten it down, go ahead and open the handle back up and we'll come down here to where our anchor point is. We then can go ahead and hook it down here on our D-ring. Once that's hooked we can go ahead and close the handle down so that it snaps into position.
Today on our 2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty with dual rear wheels we're going to be testing the Glacier Twist Link Snow Tire Chains with cam tighteners designed for the light truck applications with dual real wheels, part number PWH4221SC. These are designed for highway use and have a speed rating of up to 30 mph. These are not intended for off-road application. It will work great on either the front or the rear wheels of the vehicle. Let's take a minute and get them put on the truck. As you can see we've laid them out nice and flat here. Our hooks are facing up towards us, so when we grab this side of the chain and place it over the tire those are going to remain away from our sidewall.
Today on our 2001 Ford F350 with dual rear wheels, we're going to be test fitting the Titan Chain Dual Rear Wheel Snow Tire Chains in the ladder pattern and the V bar length. The part number is TC4821. This is designed to cover both the passenger side and driver's side, so one part number will take care of an entire axle. We'll show you how to get them installed onto your vehicle. What we're going to do is place our chains on the ground with the hooks side up, got a smooth side here on the back and the hooks are exposed here on the front. We want these to be facing away from our sidewall, so that smooth side will be riding right up against our tire. We've got them all stretched out here, you want to make sure you don't have any kinks or any twists or any tangles to deal with.
Today on our 2001 Ford F350 Super Duty with dual rear wheels, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Titan Chain, dual rear wheels snow tire chains, with the ladder pattern and twisted links, part number TC4221. As you can see, we've got our chain here, we're going to show you how to get it installed on your vehicle. It comes in a nice water resistant storage bag. To install, the first step we need to do is get these laid out straight. We position this so our center chain is lined up with the middle of our dual rears. Our outer chain is on the outside and our inner chain is on the inside of our wheels. Now we just kind of go ahead and spread this out, again, making sure we don't have any kinks or any tangles. When you're driving onto your chains, you do want to be sure that the hook portion is facing down towards the ground, so when we bring our chain up and over, that will be facing out and away from our sidewall.