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Alright, today on this 2013 GMC Sierra, we're going to install part number WT110011-120011. This is the front rear mudflaps from Weathertec. To start off our install, it's always a good idea to make sure the paint around the fender well is completely clean. That way, when we install the mud flaps, there won't be any dirt and debris caught inside to mess up the paint. Now, these mud flaps are very easy to install. We're going to start with the back of the truck, first. We'll work with the passenger side.
Today on this 2013 GMC Sierra, we're going to install part number HL97121 from Husky Liners. This is the Husky Liners Quad Caps Truck Bed Rail Protectors with Removable Stake Pocket Covers. Now to install these, it's very easy. First off we're going to make sure the truck is completely clean where our caps are going to lie on the bed. Then we'll go ahead and do a test fit with our caps. We'll start with the end that goes toward the tailgate, lie it in place. Then we'll take the second half that goes up towards the truck and lie it in place, that way we can see how it's supposed to completely fit before we use adhesive. Once we understand how it fits we'll go ahead and peel back the adhesive on the inside edges and at the ends of the caps.
Today on our 2001 GMC Sierra Regular Cab two-wheel drive we'll be installing the Curt hitch, part number 13322. Here's what the hitch looks like installed on our vehicle. Now we'll give you a couple measurements in helping you choose some accessories for your hitch, such as a ball mount, bicycle rack or cargo carrier. From the top of the opening in the receiver to the ground is approximately 19 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper is approximately 2 1/2 inches. Let's install our hitch. We will also be removing 2 factory bolts that help hold the rear bumper in place. There are 6 mounting locations that we'll be using to put the hitch onto the vehicle.
Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra, we'll be installing the Husky Custom Modeled Rear Flaps, part number HL57801. To begin our install we'll go ahead and put the mud flap in position and then mark it with our pencil. This will mark the top of the decal that will be the protective film between the mud flap and the paint. Now we'll go ahead and set the mud flap down, use our spray solution and then install the decal starting just above our marked point working our way down. Once in place, we'll then take a squeegee and push out any excess solution from underneath the decal. Now we'll go ahead and wait for everything to dry and for the decal set up. Now with the decal set up we're ready to install the mud flap. We'll go ahead and put in place and using the pre-drilled holes in the mud flap as a template, drill out our four attachment points.
Today on our 2013 Chevrolet Silverado we'll be test fitting the Husky Liners Classic Custom Auto Floor Liners for the rear in black, part number HL61521. These mats are also available in gray. That's part number HL61522. We'll begin our test fit by first removing the factor or previously installed floor mats. To do this we'll simply curl in both ends to pull out the mat. We're now ready to place in our new Husky Liners mat. Now since this floor mat does cover underneath the rear seats, we will need to fold up the two pieces of the rear seats.
Today on our 2003 GMC Sierra 1500, as well as our enclosed trailer, we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy RF Wireless Trailer Brake Controller, part number 90250. We're going to go ahead and start here underneath the hood of the vehicle. We're going to need to gain access to the underside of this fuse box and we need to hook up our wire. Now, this particular truck does not have the 12-volt power supply of the 7-way hot yet. That's the reason why we're going to need to get into this fuse box. To do that, we're going to need to remove these 4 bolts here, as well as lift this bracket out of the way. Next, we're going to go ahead and lift the cover off our fuse box.
Today on our 2001 GMC Sierra, regular cab 2-wheel drive, we'll be installing the K-Source Custom Towing Mirrors in the snap-on style, part number KS80800. When installing your new K-Source towing mirrors, depending on your vehicle application, you may need to remove one or all of the tape strips that are on the inside of the towing mirror. On our particular application, we found that we had to remove all 3 strips of tape to allow the mirror to fit on our mirror properly. When installing the new K-Source snap-on mirrors, you'll begin by putting the 2 tabs over the top of the factory mirror, and then as you gently push downward on the mirror, the third tab will hook on the inside of the mirror towards the door. Once you have it pushed all the way down around your factory mirror, you'll have to push a little bit towards the bottom to make the bottom snap come over the lip of the factory mirror. Now that our mirror's snapped fully into place, as you can see, we still have movement of our factory mirror, as well as complete adjustment on the new towing mirror. The towing mirror is manual, and you will need to adjust by hand. Now that we have our driver's side on, we'll go ahead and repeat the same process over on the passenger side.
Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra we'll be installing the Husky custom molded mud flaps for the front wheels, part number HL56801. Note: in order to access the mud flap easily, we're going to go ahead and turn the wheels all the way out, for easier access. To begin our install, we'll first need to remove three of the manufacturer's fasteners. Starting at the lower inner most fastener working our way up, we'll remove the two push pin fasteners and one screw. We'll set these aside as they will not be re-installed. Then we'll pull back on the wheel well liner, exposing the metal lip underneath where the fasteners just went through. Again starting at the bottom inner fastener we'll install two metal clips where a push pin fasteners were. Quick note: you'll want to make sure the paint is very clean and dirt free as the decal will lay over any dirt that's left on the paint. Once we have the metal clips installed, we're ready to go ahead and test fit our mud flap. We'll set the mud flap into position then using a pencil we're going to mark the top of the mudflap. This will allow us to line up and install the protective liner to protect the paint from the mud flap wearing over time. Now with our mark made we're ready to go ahead and apply the application solution.
Today on our 2001 GMC Sierra Regular Cab Two-Wheel Drive, we'll be installing the CURT Vehicle Wiring Harness Four Pull Flat Trailer Connector with 60-inch wire lead, part number C58044. To begin with, we'll go ahead and go underneath the rear of the vehicle. We need to locate the wiring harness that we'll be tying into. As you can see here, the wiring harness is located here from the factory. Now first well go ahead and strip off the ends of the wire so we can put our butt connectors on. We'll do this on our four flat end first and then we'll go ahead and put the butt connector on those. Now the kit comes with quick-splice connectors but we're going to opt to use some butt connectors instead, which are part number DW05714. You'll need a total of four of these to make the connections.
Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra, we'll be installing the Husky Liner, part number HL53201. This particular liner is the Husky Liner's Exact Contour Custom Auto Floor Liner for the second row, in black. To begin with, we will need to remove any existing floor liners or floor mats that may already be installed. Next we're ready to install our new mat. As you can see, it is made out of semi-rigid material that helps it maintain shape, yet is soft enough to contour to the floor. There's also a channel around the outer edge, as well as the center ribs that help keep the dirt and debris on the mat and off of your carpet. You will also notice that there is stay put nibs on the underside that help it grip the carpet and keep it in place.
Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra we'll be test fitting the Husky Center Hump Floor Liner, part number HL82281 which is black in color. This Center Hump Liner is also available in tan, part number HL82283. As well as in grey, part number HL82282. This Husky Floor Liner is custom molded so that precisely contours the floor of your vehicle as well as being able to stay in place. There's stay-put nibs on the under side which help it to dig into the carpet and keep it in place as well. As you will see here, the center hump liner comes all the way down so that if you have driver and passenger side floor mats it will not have a gap in the coverage of your carpet. The floor line shape channels the moldings. All work together to help keep dirt and debris contained on the liner and off of your carpet.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20672Order #TC0713908079 Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra, we'll be installing the Husky Liner Weather Beater Custom Auto Floor Liners, in both the front and rear, in black in color, part number HL98201. These liners are also available in tan, part number HL98203, as well as gray, part number HL98202. First we'll need to go ahead and remove any old manufacturer's floor mats or any other after market mats that may have been installed. With these removed, now we're ready to install the Husky Floor Liners. These Husky Floor Liners are custom molded to precisely fit the vehicle and stay in place. The undersides have stay put nibs that help them dig into the carpet and keep them in their place. The mat's shape, channels and molding all work together to keep the dirt and debris on the mat and not on your carpet.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20671Order #TC0998256325 Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra. We'll be doing a test fit of a K-Source Custom Towing Mirrors. They have a snap on design for both the driver and passenger side. Part number KS80900. The K-Source Custom Towing Mirrors are both designed for the right and left side. There is a driver side mirror as well as a passenger side mirror included with the kit. There is two small pieces of foam padding that's on the inside of the mirror that help eliminate any vibration, as well as give a little bit of buffer your mirror and the add-on towing mirror. The way to tell which mirror is a driver or the passenger side, you will look at the small mirror that is on the outside.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20635Order #TC0959854658 Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra we'll be doing a test fit of part number HL53101. This is the Husky Liners exact contour custom model floor liners for the front in black. To begin with we need to go ahead and remove any existing floor liners that may already be in the vehicle. Now we have those removed, we are ready to go ahead and put our new floor mats in. You'll see how the floor mat goes up underneath the pedals giving coverage of the carpet as well as how it is contoured to the floor of the vehicle. You can also see that there are channels in the floor mat that help channel dirt and debris away from your feet as well as keeping it off the carpet. You will notice that there is one high ridge right along the door jam and an additional small section of mat that helps cover the area between the door threshold and the mat itself. On the underside, you will notice that there are stay put nibs which help keep the mat in place and help secure it to your carpet.
Today on our 2011 GMC Sierra, we're going to install part number 90885 from Tekonsha. It's a Prodigy P2 Brake Controller. First thing we need to do is go ahead and locate the wire harness underneath the dash of the truck. Also, there's a small flag that helps identify the wires for it. It usually comes off the wire harness. In this case, it was stuck to a different wire harness but we pulled it out and away so you could see it.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20460Order #TC0959765019 Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra, we'll be test fitting the Husky Liners Classic Custom Auto Floor Liners for the front in gray, part number HL31412. We'll begin our test fit by first removing the factory or previously installed floor mats. Now we're ready to install our new Husky Floor Liners. We'll start over here on the driver's side, and simply slide in the new mat where the existing was. You can see here, the foot rest is soft and padded and also has deep channels to track dirt, dust and debris. It has raised edges to prevent liquids and debris from falling over and damaging your carpet. It is made of a rubberized thermo plastic material that won't crack or break and withstands most hazardous chemicals such as oil, gas and battery acid.
Today, on our 2013 GMC Sierra, we'll be test fitting the CIPA Custom Towing Mirror for the driver's side, part number 10901. This towing mirror slides over your existing mirror to give you added vision for towing. The CIPA mirror is adjustable to go up and down, side to side and diagonal. The lip on the CIPA mirror does not extend too much over the manufacturer's mirror, and you can still the visible blinker signs in the mirror. Well begin our testfit by sliding the new CIPA mirror over the manufacturer's mirror and take our piece with the angled hook, which will slide back behind the mirror taking our wing nut, which will thread through the hole. The wing nut will go into the divet and the back portion of the clamp, preventing the mirror from coming off. Once you get the wing nut all tightened down, the mirror is secured. With that, that will complete today's test fit for the CIPA Custom Towing Mirror for the driver's side, part number 10901, on our 2013 GMC Sierra. .
Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra we'll be test fitting this CIPA custom towing mirror for the passenger side, part# 10902. These custom towing mirrors slide over your existing mirror to give you added vision for towing your boat or trailer. Now the lip on the CIPA mirror does not extend to much over the manufacturers mirror, and you can still see the visible blinkers signs in the mirror. The CIPA mirror is adjustable to go up and down, side to side, and diagonal. We'll simply slide the CIPA mirror onto the manufacturer's mirror. You'll notice the lip on the CIPA mirror which goes around the lip of the manufacturer's mirror. We'll take the bracket, which will go around the manufacturer's mirror, and help keep it in place. There's a divot on the back of the bracket, which will thread the wing nut through the threaded hole, and secure the two together. That will complete today's test fit for the CIPA custom towing mirror for the passenger side, part# 10902, on our 2013 GMC Sierra.
All right. Today on this 2011 GMC Sierra Crew Cab, we're going to install and review part number HL61521. This is the Husky Liners classic custom auto floor liner in black. All right. To start off, we'll go ahead and get the rear seats out of our way. Then you want to go ahead and remove any preexisting floor mats or liners. This liner is designed to work exclusively with the carpet alone, with nothing in between.
Today in our 2003 GMC Sierra well be installing the Curt hitch, part number 13322. Here is what our hitch will look like once installed.Next were going to give a couple of measurements to assist you in selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pinhole, to the outermost edge, to the bumper is 2 inches. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 17 inches. This will assist you with selecting accessories such as a ball mount, bike rake or cargo carrier. Now well ahead with the installation. To begin our install well first quick point out the attachment points.
Today on our 2003 GMC Sierra 1500, we're going to be doing a test fit of the CIPA Clip-on Towing Mirror, Part Number 7070. Now, this here is what the mirror looks like. It is a universal fit, so it can fit either on the driver or the passenger's side. We're going to be installing here on the driver's side today. Now, it has different movement here to accommodate many different style and size mirrors. We also have two straps here that are adjustable. They can be shortened or pulled out longer depending on your mirror. The head of the mirror itself pivots, so it's adjustable in many different angles. Let's go ahead and show you how it connects here on our 2003 GMC Sierra pickup truck. Now, we'll go ahead and take the little tabs here on top and bottom with the arms.
Today in this 2011 GMC Sierra Extended Cab were going to install part #F2528 from Firestone. The Firestone ride rite air helper springs. Before we install our air helper springs well take some measurements that will show how the springs help the suspension after theyre installed and weight is added. Well take the measurement from top of the wheel well to the ground first without any weight added. In this case it came out to about 42 inches. Next well add about 2,000 pounds in the bed and take our new measurement.
Today, in this 2011 GMC Sierra Extended Cab, we're going to install and review part number HL53101. This is Husky liners exact contour custom auto floor liners in black. Start off, we need to go ahead and remove any preexisting floor mats, or liners. These liners are designed to work directly with the factory carpet. We'll go ahead and put it into place. Obviously, not much to install.
Today on our 2003 GMC Sierra, we'll be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 brake controller, part number 90885. We'll be using this brake controller in conjunction with the Tekonsha direct fit plug-in wire adapter, part number 3015-P. First we'll need to remove the cover on the manufacturer's junction box. We'll remove the plastic nut and then the cover. Located on the top row, second set of connection pins from the left will be a direct fit plug for our Tekonsha plug-in wiring adapter. While I plug into it, we'll start routing the wire over to our brake controller location, which will be towards the center of the vehicle just to the right of the gas pedal.
Today on our 2006 GMC Sierra, we're going to install Part Number EX62940. This is the Extang Encore Hard Tonneau Cover. Before we get into our install, we'll show you how the assembly works. First off, pull down on our cable here to release latches, so we get access to the back. Here's the cable right here, to activate their latches on both sides. For our front section over by the cab, we'll go ahead and try the lock.
Today on our 2005 GMC Sierra, we will be installing CIPA custom towing mirrors for the right hand side, part #10802. Now the operation of the tow mirror itself or this outer mirror is a manual mirror, but it is fully adjustable, push it at different angles, and you will still have full function or movement of your factory mirror. So we can put our towing mirrors on our factory mirrors, we will need to install this piece of Felt here on the wedge or this bracket that goes inside the mirror. It will go on here just like this. Since we're just doing a test fit on our mirrors today we're not actually going to adhere this to the bracket. The next step will be to put this on the inside of the towing mirror. We will then go ahead and make sure this little slot here lines up with the tab right there. Go ahead and slide it into position.