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Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20643Order #TC0844103060 Today on our 2011 Ford Ranger with tire size 255/70-R17 we'll be installing the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains for light trucks, Part Number PW2016C. These cable chains are easy to install and comply with all DUT specifications.We can now drape our cable chains over the tire making sure that our connection point is at the very bottom. We'll move to the inside of the tire where we'll take up as much slack using the adjuster to attach to itself. Then we'll move to the outside of the tire here at the luger and then repeat the same process. We can go ahead and rotate the luger down and then attach it and tighten it all. Any excess cable you have can be secured by using the orange tab. The manufacturer recommends the use of Rubber Tensioner Part Number PW99 to further secure a tire chain.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20620Order #TC1034903135 Today on our 2011 Ford Ranger, we'll be test fitting the Glacier Snow Tire Chains. Part number PW1038. We'll be test fitting these tire chains on tire size 225/70R15. We will drape our chain over the tire here and then roll forward slightly, driving onto the chain. We can then bring each side of our tire chains up, connecting the links, first in the rear, and then in the front of the tire. For additional stability, we will be adding the Glacier Rubber Adjuster. Part Number PW99 to our tire chain. That completes our test fit of the Glacier Snow Tire Chains. Part number PW1038 on our 2011 Ford Ranger.
All right today on this 2006 Ford Ranger we are going to install part number 37185. This is Hopkins adaptor from 4 pole to 7 pole and 4 pole connector. To help install our connector we are also going to use part number 18140 this no-drill mount bracket the short version and well start with that part first. Well go ahead and install it on to the hitch thats been previously installed on the truck. Well run a clamp through it and around the hitch. Then well tighten down the clamp just enough to keep it snug but we can still move it around as needed.
Today we're going to be using a 2011 Ford Ranger to do a test fit on our Husky floor liner part #HL51071. A few things to notice about this particular mat, the heel pad area is extra thick to help with wear and tear. You'll also note that the mat has raised edges to help contain any spills or debris and help move them away from your feet. Lets go ahead and install these mats. We'll begin on the passenger side. As you will notice, there is a small tab on the back section of the mat.
Today on our 1999 Ford Ranger we'll be installing the Rain-X Latitude Windshield Wiper Blades, part number rx5079275 an 18 inch wiper blade. For this vehicle both wiper blades is the same length. You'll need to purchase two of them. It is a quick and easy install with all hardware included. We'll raise the wiper arm up to gain easier access.We'll then tilt the wiper blade away from the wiper arm to gain access to the locking tab for the wiper blade. Once we press on the locking tab we can then pull down releasing it from the J-hook of the wiper arm.
Today on our 1999 Ford Ranger, we'll be installing the Rain X weather beater windshield wiper blades. Part number RX30218. This truck requires two wiper blades. The Rain X weather beater windshield wiper blades is a perfect replacement for OEM wiper blades and meets all OEM standards. Frame style windshield hugging design with multiple pressure points, will deliver at clean strict free wipe. With an all-natural rubber edge, resist cracking, splitting and tearing.
Today, on our 2011 Ford Ranger, we'll be installing the WeatherTech side window air deflectors with dark tinting, part number WT80034. We'll begin with the passenger side. You will need to lower the window 4or 5 inches between the top edge of the window where it will push up against the air deflector.Now that you've done that, you will take the front edge of the air deflector. Make sure it sits over the window sill in the lower corner. You will slide it into the track area of the window. Next, you will bow the deflector outward, putting in the rear section of the deflector into the window channel about a quarter to a half inch from the top area.Once this is done, you will start again at the front of the window and slowly work it into the window channel.
Today on this 2011 Ford Ranger we will be installing the Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades, part number rx5079275. When purchasing these wiper blades you will need to be sure that you order two of the same part number; one for the driver's side as well as one for the passenger side. These Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades incorporate a beam style which allows it to apply even pressure across the windshield. They're also heavy duty and rust-proof. Now let's install them on our vehicle. We'll start out with the driver's side.
Today on our 2011 Ford Ranger we're going to install the Weathertech Bug Shield, part number wt50122. To begin with you may want to go ahead and clean the front edge of the hood b because once the bug shields on it may be a little difficult to clean underneath it. Let's begin by raising the hood' you'll notice there's a rubber strip at the front edge of the hood. There are three small fasteners as well as some adhesive that holds this strip to the hood.You'll need to remove this before the installation of the bug shield. You can usually get your fingers underneath and just pop them out. For the adhesive it works best to not scratch the hood-you can slide your finger along it slowly pulling on the weather stripping piece and it will slowly pull off.
Today on this 011 Ford Ranger we will be installing our Rain-X Weather Beater Wiper blades, part number rx30218. When purchasing these wiper blades, you will need to be sure that you order two of the same part number; one for the drivers side as well as one for the passenger side. A few things to note about these wiper blades is they meet or exceed the manufacturers standards. They have multi-pressure points to deliver clean wiping action. Now lets start out the test fit. Well begin with the drivers side.
Today on our 1999 Ford Ranger we'll be installing Hidden Hitch, part number 70181. This is what our hitch will look like once it is installed. Next we'll go ahead and give you a couple of measurements to assist you're selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper its 3-3/4 inches. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 17-1/4 inches. This will assist your selecting accessories such as a ball mount, a bike rack or cargo carrier.Before we begin installing the hitch we'll first go ahead and point out the attachment points.
Today on our 1999 Ford Ranger, we'll install the custom fit vehicle wiring harness 4-pole connector, part number 118241. To begin our install, we'll first need to locate the manufacturer's tow port. For this application, it's behind the bumper here on the driver's side. To gain access to it, we'll just take a trim panel tool or flat blade screwdriver and pry the connector free from the secured point behind the bumper. Then once we have access to the connector, we'll need to remove the weather cap. To do that, we'll press in the locking tab and pull it out from the connector.
Today on our 2010 Ford Ranger, well be test fitting the Rain-X Latitude Windshield Wipers in 18 inch lengths, part number RX5079275. Now to begin our test fit, well need to remove the old or factory wiper blades. To do this, well bring the arm up and push the pin on the blade sliding the blade down toward the body of the vehicle. This will release the blade from the arm and allow us to remove it from the vehicle. Well now take our new Rain-X Latitude 18 inch blade and slide it into position pushing it up into the J-hook on our wiper arm. With that our driver side blade is on and well move over to the passenger side and repeat and the same process installing our passenger side blade.
Today on our 2010 Ford Ranger, well be test fitting the Rain-X Weather Beater Windshield Wiper Blades in 18 inch length, part number RX30218. Now both the driver and the passenger side of this vehicle do take 18 inch lengths, so well two of these. Well begin by moving the factory or old wiper blades from the vehicle. Here on the driver side we can take our new Weather Beater wiper blade and slide it into the J-hook pushing up away from the vehicle. Well then take the arm and let it rest back down on our windshield. With the driver side done, well go ahead and go over to the passenger side repeating the same procedure removing the old wiper blade and installing the new wiper blade.
Today, in our 1999 Ford Ranger, we'll be installing the Craftec Hatch-Style Tonneau cover, Part Number 153923. The first step of our install will be assembling the tonneau cover. Starting with the number 2 and four side rails, we'll take them and set them down with the stickers budding towards each other. To secure the two rails together, we'll use the four inch aluminum splice and feed it halfway in to the 3-1/4 inch channel on both rails. Then we'll take the 6 inch splice brace and the pre-drilled holes and put it over the top of the 4 inch splice. Next, we'll take the 516s bolts and secure the splice brace to the splice and secure the two rails together.
Today's on is 1999 Ford Ranger, we're gonna install part number 13138 from Curt. This is what the hitch looks when installed on the vehicle. Next we'll give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack or cargo carrier. From top of receiver opening, down to the ground, its gonna be 15 and a half inches. From center of a hitch pinhole to the edge of the bumper, its gonna be 3 and a half inches. Now, I'll go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed.
Today, on our 1999 Ford Ranger, well be test fitting the UWS Truck Bed Tool Box, cross-over style, low-profile series, at five point six cubic feet, in black, part number UWS00379. This box is also available in silver aluminum, part number UWS00369. This box measure sixty inches long by nineteen and a quarter inches wide, by thirteen and a half inches deep. The low profile design makes it easy to see out the back window. It sits two inches above the bed rail. The cross-over, saddle style tool box, hangs from the truck bed rails behind the cab.
Today in our 1999 Ford Ranger well be test fitting the UWS Truck Bed Tool Box, narrow cross-over style, slim-line series, at three point two cubic feet. This is part number UWS00278. This box is also available in black, part number UWS00331. This tool box measures sixty inches long by twelve inches wide, and nine and a quarter inches deep. It sits four inches above the bed rails, and has a foam filled lid, and paddle lift handles. The aluminum construction guarantees not to rust.
Today, on our 1999 Ford Ranger well be test fitting the UWS Truck Bed Tool Box, cross over style, gold wing series, at seven and a half cubic feet. This is part number UWS00010, in silver aluminum. This box measure sixty inches long, by nineteen and a quarter inches wide, by thirteen and a half inches deep. It sits four inches above the bed rails. It has two foam filled lids, and paddle lift handles. The dual beveled gold wing style lids, feature outside opening, a heavy duty gas cylinder in each lid to hold them open at ninety degrees, and stainless steel latches with locks, one on each lid.
Today we're going to review the Thule gate mate pad and bike carrier for compact trucks, part number TH823. This is the 54 inch model designed to be used with compact and mini trucks. The gate mate is an inexpensive way to transport a lot of bikes where you can load and unload quickly. The gate mate is padded all the way around to not only protect your truck, but also protect the bikes that you're carrying. There are two blocks at the top to act as stops to keep your bikes from sliding too far to the lt or to the right. There's a strap that's stitched in to the top of our gate mate that we can use as an anchor point when we're ready to secure our bikes after we load them up.
Today were going to go over the installation of the Thule Gate Mate Tailgate Pad and Bike Carrier, part number TH823. This is the 54-inch wide pad designed for compact and mini trucks. Well be installing it today on a 2001 Ford Ranger but the installation process would be very similar for any truck of this size. The first thing we need to do is clean the tailgate. We want to make sure that any dirt and debris is off the tailgate so that the pad doesnt rub it into the paint. With the tailgate cleaned well take our pad, open it up and lay it over the tailgate.
Today in our 2011 Ford Ranger we are going to be installing the Prodigy P2 Brake controller, part number P90885 in conjunction with the ETBC7 wiring kit for our new simple harness which will be mounted with the no drill bracket from Draw-Tite, part number 18136. To begin our installation we are going to start here at the back of the vehicle. Go ahead and wire up our bracket and start running our new duplex cable to the front of the vehicle. As you can see this vehicle is already equipped with a four pole harness. Before we can install our seven-pole well need to go ahead and attach the mounting bracket. Well use some supplied hardware then once we get all four fasteners in position well go ahead and tighten them down.
Today on this 2011 Ford ranger, we'll be installing the axis light rider tonneau cover part number 834532000890. You can see I'm in the bed of the ranger here and the first thing we need to do is clamp our drivers side rail into place. If you look at the rail you can see there's a flat edge that the tonneau will rest on. On the other side we have the hook and loop fasteners that will secure the tonneau and the next edge will have the weather striping on it. This side will be sitting plush against the inside of the truck bed. We'll go ahead and set it in place now.
Today we are going to review part number S64702 from Swagman. This is our Pick-Up Rack 2 Bike Carrier. Alright this rack will carry 2 bicycles that are fork mounted here and here. And this bicycle rack has rubber end pads to help grip rails to prevent scratches and abrasions and also gives a good grip to the truck. You take this end of the rack and just pull it out, it ratchets out to the side of your truck. The fork mounts you can adjust on the bar itself.
Today on a 1998 Ford Ranger were going to install part number 87161 from Hidden Hitch. Its also supplied part number 75082 from Draw-Tite. Alright this is what the hitch looks like when its installed on the vehicle. Next well give you some measurements to help you out when selecting 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 is going to be 14-3/4 inches, and from the center of the pin hitch hole to the outside edge of the bumper is going to be 4-1/2 inches.
Today on this 2004 Ford Ranger we are going to install part number 70181 from Hidden Hitch. This is what the hitch looks like when it is installed on the vehicle. Next we will give you some measurements that will help you out in ing 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 is going to be 21 inches. From the center of the hitch pin to the outside edge of the bumper is going to be 3-1/2 inches. Alright, now we will go ahead and show you how the hitch gets installed on the vehicle. 0:26
Today on this 2001 Ford Ranger we are going to install part number MF15679 from MagnaFlow. The first thing we are going to do to get ready is go ahead and move the spare tire. You do not have to do that but it makes things a lot easier to get to and see. The next thing we are going to do is spray down the bolts going towards the catalytic converter. Let it sit for awhile and we will go ahead and loosen them up. And also, you will notice, this is not the original factory connection going to the catalytic converter too. This is actually another aftermarket exhaust. We will leave that set for now. Now we will go back to the rest of the exhaust and remove all of the rubber hangers. Just spray them down with some lubricant also and pull them apart. Alright, we will just push it to one side and pull it out. And then we will pull out the other side. You should be able to pull it all out as one piece. 0:56
Today on this 2008 Ford Ranger, we are going to install part number 87161 from Hidden Hitch. This will also apply to part number 75082 from Draw-Tite. OK, we will show you how the hitch mounts up to the frame of the vehicle. You are going to use the existing hole right here and you are going to use this existing spot right here, with the bolt in here. This bolt will be removed and replaced with new hardware. The J-nut behind it will be replaced also. We will start off by removing the hardware right here. And one little thing that you might want to do is go ahead and loosen this bolt up a little bit. That way, it makes it a little easier to move this J-nut here. We are done with the driver side. Let us go ahead and do the same thing again on at the passenger side. 0:44
On this 2006 Ford Ranger we are going to install part number 70181 from Hidden Hitch. Okay looking at the drivers side frame rail I will show you where the hitch mounts up. It is going to mount up on the bottom of the frame right here using an existing hole and also, two bolts go into the side of the frame. It is going to be identical on both sides. :17