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Husky Front and Rear Floor Liners Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on this 2014 GMC Terrain we're going to show you the Husky Liners Weather Beater Custom Auto Floor Liners for the front and rear seats. We're working with part number HL98131. Now we're working with the black color today. This is also available as gray as part number, HL98132. We'll go ahead and take a look at the front row seat. We're looking at the driver's side here. We already have it in place.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 GMC Terrain - Curt

Today on our 2015 GMC Terrain we'll be installing the CURT class two 1-1/4" receiver tube hitch, part number C12291. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. This is a really nice hitch visually because the only thing truly exposed is our receiver tube and chain hold downs, while still remaining very accessible because the receiver tube is almost flush with the end of the bumper, so we whether worry about anything sticking out, banging our shins on it. Structurally, it's a square tube design with a fully welded construction. Our hitch is rated for 350 pounds of tongue weight and 3,500 pounds of towing capability. Next we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist you with selecting accessories for your new hitch.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 GMC Terrain - Hidden Hitch

Today on our 2015 GMC Terrain we'll be installing Hidden Hitch class two 1-1/4" receiver tube hitch, part number 90145. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. As you can see, we cannot reinstall the rear fascia as our hitch sits in that place, but all in all really all we can see is the receiver tube and the chain hold downs, which makes it really nice that we don't have a hitch sticking out. It also is recessed underneath the bumper so we don't have to worry about hitting our leg or shin on it. Visually it's a really nice hitch. Along with the nice black powder coating we've got a square crosstube design with a fully welded hitch.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 GMC Terrain - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2015 GMC Terrain we'll be installing the Draw-Tite class two 1-1/4" receiver tube hitch, part number 36408. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. As you can see, we cannot reinstall the rear fascia as our hitch sits in that place, but all in all really all we can see is the receiver tube and the chain hold downs, which makes it really nice that we don't have a hitch sticking out. It also is recessed underneath the bumper so we don't have to worry about hitting our leg or shin on it. Visually it's a really nice hitch. Along with the nice black powder coating we've got a square crosstube design with a fully welded hitch.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 GMC Terrain - Curt

Today on our 2015 GMC Terrain we'll be installing the CURT class three 2" receiver tube hitch, part number 13591. Here's what our hitch will look like once it's installed. Visually it's a really nice hitch. While we don't reinstall the rear fascia, the only thing truly exposed is our 2" by 2" receiver tube and our chain hold downs. Structurally it's a round crosstube design that's fully welded. It's got a nice powder coated finish and just barely hangs below the lower fascia, which really isn't noticeable.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 GMC Terrain - Hidden Hitch

Today on our 2015 GMC Terrain we'll be installing Hidden Hitch, part number 87572. Here's what our hitch will look like once it's installed. Visually it's got a real nice look to it, as a majority of our hitch is hidden behind the rear fascia. The only thing truly exposed is our receiver tube, which is 2" by 2", pre-drilled with the 5/8 pinhole and anti-rattle bolt and our chain hold down. Structurally it's a fully welded hitch with a nice black powder coat. Our hitch is capable of up to 350 pounds of tongue weight and 3,500 pounds of towing. Next we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist you with selecting accessories for your new hitch.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 GMC Terrain - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2015 GMC Terrain we'll be installing the Draw-Tite class three 2" receiver tube hitch, part number 75681. Here's what our hitch will look like once it's installed. Visually it's got a real nice look to it, as a majority of our hitch is hidden behind the rear fascia. The only thing truly exposed is our receiver tube, which is 2" by 2", pre-drilled with the 5/8 pinhole and anti-rattle bolt and our chain hold down. Structurally it's a fully welded hitch with a nice black powder coat. Our hitch is capable of up to 350 pounds of tongue weight and 3,500 pounds of towing. Next we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist you with selecting accessories for your new hitch.



Thule XB16 Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on a 2014 GMC Terrain, we're going to show you part number TH01571245. This is the Thule Standard Snow Tire Chains. Now we're working with the tire size today of 235 by 60 by R17. Now we've installed it on our driver side tire and we can show how it fits on a tire as well as covers and the features. We'll go ahead and cover the links and cells first. These are crossbars that go across the tire and we have a D-Link pattern which means that this side facing the ice and snow, this squared off part, and on the inside edge of the chain right here or here is going to be the rounded part of the D. Now the crossbars are divided into a diamond pattern.



Glacier Square-Link Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on this 2014 GMC Terrain, we're going to show you part number PWPLC1142. This is a Glacier Square-Link Snow Tire Chains. Now today for reference we're working with tire sizes 235/60-R17. We have our snow chains installed on our driver's side tire, and we'll go ahead and show you how it fits. First we're going ahead and cover some of the features, you can see how the links right here the construction of the link itself, it's actually a square. Even though the link is round, the construction of the stock is square. It has low inaudible 00:00:33 chain, so it's good for vehicles with limited clearance between the tires and the components, and the tires and the fronted wheels.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on this GMC Terrain, we're going to install part number 56094. This is a Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with a four pole flat trailer connect. We'll go ahead and cover some of the components of our wire harness. First off, here's a four pole end that will go onto your trailer. After it's installed, there's a cap that goes on to it. Actually take a look at below the four poles split wire harness, the yellow wire goes to the left side, and the green wire goes to your right side. There's two t-connectors.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2013 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2013 GMC Terrain we're going to be installing the CURT t-connector vehicle wiring harness with a 4-pole flat trailer connector, part number 56094. Now we're going to first begin our installation by raising the rear hatch of the vehicle. With our rear hatch raised up we're going to need to remove each of the taillights. Now to do that we'll need to remove the plastic cover here as well as right here. Just a small flat head screwdriver will allow you to slide in and remove the plastic cap. With the plastic cap removed we're going to take a 10mm socket and remove the bolt from here and here.



Thule Force XXL Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain we will be test fitting the Thule Force XXL rooftop cargo box. That's part number TH626. Now it offers 21 cubic feet of space. It comes in a nice Aeroskin black finish. With our Thule Aeroblades already installed on our vehicle we can go ahead and set our box on top. Now we'll go ahead and set it there in front so we can line our clamps up.



Thule Force Medium Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain, we will be test fitting the Thule Force Medium rooftop cargo box. That's part number TH624. It offers 13 cubic feet of space. Comes on a nice aero skin black finish. With our Thule Aero Blades already installed on our vehicle, we can go ahead and set our box on top. What I would like to say for this application today, we have removed the rear antenna of the vehicle to make room for our cargo box. All right.



Thule Pulse XL Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain we will be test fitting the Thule Pulse XL rooftop cargo box. That's part number TH615. It offers 16 cubic feet of space, comes in a nice matte black finish, and with our aeroblades already installed on our vehicle we can go ahead and load our box on top. Now we'll go ahead and line it up where our clamps are going to come through. That looks pretty good there. Another thing I'd like to point is that we have removed the rear antenna of our vehicle for this cargo box to work.



MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain we will be test fitting the MaxxTow cargo carrier. That's part number MT70108. Its dimensions are 20 by 47. It has a max capacity of 500 pounds. It's for 2" hitches only and it's made out of a nice aluminum, which makes it easy to load into our receiver. We can go ahead and take our shank and feed it through our receiver and get our pinholes to line up. Once we've got those lined up we can go ahead and take our included pin and clip, go ahead and feed that through.





Curt 19x60 Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain we will be test fitting the CURT folding cargo carrier. That's part number C18100. Now its dimensions are 19 by 60. It has a max capacity of 500 pounds and it's made out of aluminum so it's nice and lightweight. To begin we can go ahead and load our shank into our receiver. Once we get it in there we'll go ahead and line up our pinholes.



Rola Dart Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain, we will be test fitting the Rola Dart Folding Cargo Carrier, that's part number 59550. Its dimensions are 23x56 and has a max capacity of 450 pounds and it's for 2 inch hitches only. We can go ahead and start by inserting our shank into our receiver. We'll go ahead and line our pin holes up. Once we get those lined up, we'll go ahead and take our included anti rattle bolt, go ahead and thread that through. Once you get that hand tightened, you can go ahead and tighten it the rest of the way down with our wrench and by tightening this up, it's going to help reduce the play and the rattle within our hitch and our cargo carrier.









TrailerMate Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2013 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2013 GMC Terrain, we'll be installing the TrailerMate Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles. Part number TM780072. Here's what our kit looks like. You'll notice that there's two T-connection fittings as well as there's one additional connection that can be used if you we're going to add an extra 4-flat to tow something behind this vehicle. It also has a built in connection in the wiring harness that will allow you to tow a trailer behind your car when it is not being flat towed. Since we're not going to be hooking that portion up, we will be taping that up to the wiring harness so it's not moving around and possibly making some noise here behind the bumper cover. Let's begin by raising the rear hatch of the vehicle.



Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Installation - 2013 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2013 GMC Terrain we'll be installing the RoadMaster FuseMaster fuse bypass switch for towed vehicles, with a 10 inch long harness, rated for up to a 20 amp ATM mini fuse. Part number RM76510. As you'll see here in the owner's manual, we'll need to remove fuse 32, the Descrete Logic Ignition Fuse, from the instrument fuse block that is located on the passenger side of the center console of the vehicle, in this fuse box. Now we'll go ahead and pull the cover off the fuse box and we'll locate fuse number 32. We'll go ahead and pull this fuse out, and now we're going to need to choose a location to drill a hole to mount our switch. We'll ultimately need to drill a 3/4 inch hole to allow our switch to pass through. We'll go ahead and pull the connectors off the back side of the switch as we will need to back the locking ring off of the switch so that it can pass through the hole that we'll be drilling. Now that we've chosen a location we'll go ahead and start with a pilot hole and then finish it up with our 3/4 inch bit.



WeatherTech All-Weather Rear Floor Mats Review - 2013 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2013 GMC Terrain we're going to be doing a test fit of part number WTW281. This is the Weather Tech all-weather rear floor mats. These are also available in gray with part number WTW281GR and in tan with part number WTW281TN. We're going to begin our test fit by removing the previously installed floor mats. Then we can go ahead and take the new Weather Tech all-weather floor mats and lay them into place. Now we can repeat that process on the other side.



WeatherTech Cargo Floor Liner Review - 2013 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2013 GMC Terrain, we'll be test fitting the WeatherTech Cargo Liner in black, part number WT40442. We'll begin by placing the cargo liner directly into the cargo area. We'll push it down so it fits into position. The first thing that we notice is the advanced surfacing that provides channels to trap fluids and debris for easy cleanup. It also has the raised side lip that keeps spills contained. This unique material is formulated for durability. The textured surface securely grips the floor and holds your cargo in place during transit.



WeatherTech All-Weather Front Floor Mats Review - 2013 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2013 GMC Terrain we'll be test fitting the WeatherTech all-weather front floor mats in black, part number WTW165. To begin our test fit we'll be here on the driver side and we'll remove the previous mat. Now we can go ahead and lay in our WeatherTech all-weather front floor mat. One of the first things that we noticed we're the deep channels. These channels help trap water, road salt, mud and sand from getting onto your carpet. There's also special grips that help hold your heel in place to keep from slipping on your mat.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2012 GMC Terrain - Curt

Today on our 2012 GMC Terrain we'll be installing the CURT hitch, part number C12291. This is what our hitch will look like once it's installed. Next we're going to give you a couple measurements to assist your selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pinhole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 3". From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 14-1/2". This will assist your selecting accessories such as a ball mount, bike rack, or cargo carrier. To begin our install we'll first need to remove the lower fascia piece.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2012 GMC Terrain - Curt

Today on our 2012 GMC Terrain, we'll be installing the Curt 2 inch receiver hitch, part number 13591. This is what our hitch will look like once installed. Next we'll give you a couple measurements to assist you with selecting accessories for your new hitch. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper is 3 1/4 inches. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 14 1/4 inches. This will assist you with selecting accessories such as a ball mount, bike rack or cargo carrier. To begin our install, we'll first need to remove the lower fascia piece.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain, were going to be doing a test fit on the Thule Rapid Crossroads Roof Rack System. Were using the AeroBlades part number THARB47, thats 47-inch, and were using the foot pack part number TH450R. Weve already got our rear bar installed on the car. Ive already got one foot pack on our front bar here. I want to show you how to put the last foot pack on. Its very simple.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2014 GMC Terrain

Today on our 2014 GMC Terrain we're going to be doing a test fit on the Rhino Rack Vortex Aero roof rack system. We're using the 44" Rhino Rack Vortex Aero bar. That part number is RRVA118S-2; that's for the silver. The bar is also available in black. We're using the foot pack, part number RRSX005. As you can see, we've already got the rear bar installed on our Terrain here. To do the front bar let me show you first how to get the foot pack slide onto the bar.











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