Today on our 2004 Honda CR-V, we're going to review and install the Draw-Tite Class I 1-1/4" receiver tube hitch, part number 24772. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. As you can see, they're really compact hitch. It's tucked up nicely underneath the vehicle. It's got a square cross tube design and a fully welded construction, and the entire hitch is a nice black powder coated finish, so it blends in nicely with the underbody of the vehicle. Out here, we have our chain hold down on each side of the receiver tube, along with the pre-drilled 1/2" pin hole that goes all the way through.
Today on our 2004 Honda CRV we're going to review and install Hidden Hitch class three 2" receiver tube hitch, part number 87578. Now here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. As you can see, we've got the sturdy square crosstube design and a fully welded construction. It's got a nice black powder-coated finish to resist rust and corrosion and it also blends in nicely with the underbody of the vehicle. On either side of our receiver tube are our chain hold downs. Pre-drilled, going all the way through the receiver tube, is our 5/8 pinhole and our 1/2" pre-drilled hole for the anti-rattle j-pin.
Today on our 2008 Honda CRV, we'll be doing a test fit of the Stromberg Carlson Cargo Carrier. That's part number CC-100. It's for 2-inch by 2-inch hitches. Its dimensions are 23 by 60 and has a nice carrying capacity or weight capacity that is of 500 pounds. Let's go ahead and begin our test fit by inserting the shank into the receiver. We're just going to push that in, and line it up with the pinholes.
Okay 00:00:00. Today on our 2008 Honda CR-V, we'll be doing a test fit of the Bike Rack Edition for Stromberg Carlson Hitch Mounted Cargo Carriers, and that's going to be part number CC-125. As you can see, it's going to convert your cargo carrier into a platform-style 2-bike rack. Let's go ahead and load up a bike. We'll just set it into the two cradles here. As you could see, it's going to hold the bike up.
Today on this 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the Roadmaster 6 Wire Flexo-coil kit, part number RM-146. Okay, this is what you get with the part number. We've got our flexible cord right here that constricts down to maybe a little over a foot, so it packs away real nice and easy; two six-pole ends that'll plug into two more six pole ends. One goes into your RV and the other end will go on to your towed vehicle. Now our case, our RV already has a six pole installed so we don't have to worry about doing that part, but this is also good to have on hand when that other part on the RV eventually wears out. Let's go ahead and install on our CRV.
All right, today it's 2006 Honda CRV. We're going to show you a Class III 2" receiver hitch from CURT, part number 13535. This is what the hitch looks like once installed on the CRV. Now you notice it sits completely underneath the bumper of the vehicle. It has to do that because that's due to the way the vehicle is constructed. Go ahead and take a look here at the receiver. This is our two inch opening right here, it has a nice round collar around the edge of it for reinforcement. Also has a generous loop right here for your safety chains.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we're going to be doing a test fit of the Curt Cargo Carrier. This cargo carrier's going to be 24 by 60 inches long, also going to offer that sturdy steel construction with that 500 pound weight capacity and a 2 inch shank, that folds for your 2 inch receivers only. Your hitch kit and clip will not be included with this so if you'd like to obtain one you can get it on our website, part number PC3. This is going to be part number C18153, let's go ahead and get it fitted on to our vehicle, and see how it looks and fits. First thing we'll do is insert that shank in to our receiver, we'll slide it in and line up our pinholes. Once you have your pinholes lined up insert your hitch pin and clip. Then we'll get a few measurements starting with our closest distance first, and with our rack in the stowed position like this, it's going to be from the front of the rack to the backside of the bumper and that distance is going to be about 7 inches.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're going to be doing a test fit of the SportRack Vista. This is going to be 20 inch wide by 60 inch long cargo rack. It is going to offer that two inch folding shank that also comes with that nice, sturdy, steel construction, and a 500 pound weight capacity. It's going to be part number SR9851. It does also include your anti-rattle bolt, which, if we remove that, it looks like a normal rack. What that anti-rattle bolt is going to do is, it's going to help eliminate a lot of the sway, rattle, and wobble. We'll show you that when we get it on the vehicle.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we're going to be doing a test fit of the Detailed K2 Cargo Carrier. It's going to have that nice expanded steel with a 500-pound weight capacity. It comes with a 2-inch shank for your 2-inch receivers. As well as that nice folding part here. It's going to be 20-inches wide by 60-inches long. If you're looking for a hitch pin and clip for it, this one does not come with it, so if you'd like to get that you can get it on our website, part number PC3. Now that we got our hitch pin and clip let's go ahead and get this test fitted on the vehicle so you can see what it looks like and how it fits.
Today on our 2006 Honda CRV we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Canyon Rooftop Mounted Cargo Basket. As you can see we have it already mostly in place up on top of our Thule Arrow Blade Edge roof rack. This cargo basket is going to be a sturdy steel construction with a hundred and fifty pound weight capacity measuring forty nine inches long, forty inches wide and have a depth of six inches. We're going to show you how to place on this last foot since they all go in the same way and one thing to note before you get it up here on your vehicle, is measure your center to center crossbar spread and adjust your brackets before you put it up on the vehicle. That will make it a lot easier when it comes to installation. Once you have it up and in place, you're then going to take your u shaped bolt with your two washers and two wing nuts. Place one washer on each side, bring it up underneath of your cross bar and lay one washer and one nut on each side of the bracket.
Today on this 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit, part number RM-521567-5. This is what the base plate looks like when it's installed on the Honda CRV. What's nice is that it fits in the existing holes right here, so there's no modifications needed to the outside of the vehicle. We have our receiver openings right here with the removable arms that go in there that your tow bar eventually connects up to. You'll also have some tabs right here for your safety chains or cables. If we move over to the center, we have two supports here for your electrical connections. This will work with a four pole, six pole or even seven pole connector.
Today on our 2013 Honda CRV, we are going to review an install. The WeatherTech custom cargo liner, part number WT42524, grey in color. This application is also available in black, part number WT40524, and tan part number WT41524. Now, we don't have any old or manufacturers cargo liner to remove, so we are going to go ahead and install the new weather tech liner. You see we've got complete coverage of our rear cargo area. Our WeatherTech cargo liner is custom molded to precisely fit the vehicles interior tranpanels. Additionally, it has that raised outer edge that will help contain that dirt, dust, and debris that will end up on the liner, and keep it off the carpeting. You've got the custom cutouts on both sides, for use of our rear cargo hook.
Today on our 2015 Honda CR-V, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the CURT custom-fit class three 2 inch trailer hitch. This is part number C13119. Here's what the hitch looks like once you get it installed. It's a nice, soft round tube. It cuts off sharply right at the end so you don't have a full width kind of a look behind you. This is going to be a class three, so we've got a 2 inch by 2 inch opening, and a 5/8 inch pin hole.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we are going to be taking a look at and show you how to install the Curt Custom fit class 1 trailer hitch receiver. This offers an inch and a quarter opening. Its part number is C11555. Here's what the hitch looks like once we get it installed. As you can see its a nice small looking hitch, not really big and standing out where you can see it, lightweight design here in the tubes. We don't have the big square sticking out here in the back.
Today, on our 2014 Honda CR-V, we're going to review and install the WeatherTech custom cargo liner part number WT42524, gray in color. This application is also available in black, part number WT40524, and tan, part number WT4154. As we can see the vehicle currently does not have a cargo liner in it, and we've got quite the buildup of dust, dirt and debris that happens, over time. Now let's go ahead and install the cargo liner. Our WeatherTech cargo liner is custom molded to precisely fit the vehicles interior trim panels. As we can see here, it fits nicely with the contours of the interior trim; additionally, it has that raised outer edge that will help contain that dirt, dust, and debris that will end up on the liner and keep it off the carpeting. Here in the main body of the cargo liner we've got a nice decorative pattern, and a no-slip surface to help keep our cargo from shifting and moving around.
Today on our 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to review an install of the Husky Weather Beater Custom Auto Floor Liner, part number HL98452, grey in color. This application is also available in black, part number HL98451, or tan, part number HL98453. Here we can see the older manufacturer's mat and all the dirt and debris that falls off around the mat, especially here, around the gas pedal and the manufacturer's foot rest. Let's go and remove the old mat. To remove the old mat, you simply unlock it here at the manufacturer's hold down points, pull it up and out of the vehicle. We're now ready to install the new Husky Liner. We'll take the liner and slide it in to position, noting that underneath the liner, we're going to have our special stay put nibs that will help hold in place.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we're going to be installing the Curt T-connector vehicle wiring harness with the four pull flat trailer connector. Part number is: C56158. Our installation will begin here in the rear of the vehicle. What we're going to do is just start removing our floor coverings. We'll set these aside because everything that we take out is going to be going back in. Now we'll need to remove the little grocery bag hook here. To do that you push in on that center core and then just wiggle it outward there.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we're going to be taking a look at the Sport Rack Vista cargo carrier. This is a 20 by 60 cargo carrier. It's been designed for use in 2" hitches and it offers us a 500 pound weight capacity. Part number on it is SR9849. We've loaded it down with a hundred pounds to give you an idea of how that weight looks and how it moves as we're going down the road. As far as cargo carriers go, it's really nice and sturdy.
Today on our 2014 Honda CRV we're going to be doing a test fit on the SportRack Vista, this is a folding cargo carrier capable of holding 500 pounds. It's been designed for use in 2 inch hitches the Part Number is SR9851. We've got the Vista loaded down with 100 pounds as you can see. This is going to give us a nice stable ride for whatever we're going to be hauling. As compared to some of the cargo carriers rather that are installed and secured with the hitch pin and clip. This on uses an anti-rattle bolt so it really stabilizes everything.
Today on our 2014 Honda CR-V were going to be test fitting the SportRack Vista cargo carrier. This measures 20 wide my way, 60 wide your way. Its going to give us ample room to remove some of that stuff out of our car to give us more room for passengers or pets. Weve got it loaded with 100 pounds here. Its designed for use with 2" hitches, and they use an anti-rattled bolt as you can see. Thats going to give us a real nice steady platform as were heading down the road.
Today on our 2014 Honda CR-V were going to be doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack folding and tilting 4-bike rack. This is part number RBC044. Its been designed for use in 1 or 2 hitches, so its nice and adaptable. As you can see, weve got 4 bike positions here. Each position is going to have 3 straps to hold your bike in place. Weve got 2 here on the top and then theres also anti-sway cradle, which is going to help reduce that bike movement as we go down the road. These rubberized straps kind of in a link style; plenty of different connection points there that help fit a wide variety of frames sizes.
Today we're going to be taking a look and doing a test fit on a SportRack Ridge. This is a folding and tilting 5 bike rack. The part number on it is SR2405. As you can see, the Ridge is going to have 10 sets of cradles here to hold 5 bikes. One side's going to be for our standard frame cradle. While the opposing cradle on that same set will be the frame cradle and also an anti-sway cradle.
Today on our 2014 Honda CR-V, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule AeroBlade load bars, and rapid traverse reflex system. The part numbers THARB53, TH480R, and THKIT1691. If you look back over here, since you've just seen the one on the top of the vehicle that was already installed and placed on there, we'll show you how to put it together, and place the one on the back. There is a few things we'll go over as far as explaining the parts to you, and what we've already done with the one that's on there. What you see here is going to be your foot pack, which is going to be your custom fit to your vehicle. This is going to be THKIT61691.
Today on our 2014 Honda CRV we're doing a test fit on the Kuat NV. This is a platform-style 4-bike rack, been designed for use in 2" hitches. The part number on it in the black and chrome is N105-107. This is also available in a gun metal gray and orange; that part number is N101-103. Now the NV's a nice bike rack, a few different reasons there. The first that a lot of people like is going to be the rear wheel strap and the front wheel hook are the only two points of contact really that we're going to have with the bike other than our front wheel cradle down low there.
Today on our two thousand and fourteen Honda CVR, we're going to be taking a look and doing a test of the Advantage Sport Trac Tilt-a-Way. This is a four bike rack, that not only a tilts-a-way, it'll fold down up against the rear of your vehicle for excess storage. For extra storage. The part number on it is H E three zero one zero. As you can see, we've got four nice slots for our bikes to go, anti-sway cradles that are going to slide forward and back on the arms to allow us a lot of adjustability. Holds our bike nice and tight in the cradles. They're very malleable, kind of a soft cradles.
Today on our 2014 Honda CRV we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Sprint. This is going to be your roof-top mounting fork bike rack. As you can see, we've already got our Thule arrow blades up here and installed in the vehicle. We're going to show you how this fits up there and looks with a bike on it. This will be part number TH528. Let's get it up here and show you how it's done.
Today on our 2013 Honda CRV, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Swagman Semi 4.0. This is going to be your platform style 2-bike rack. It comes with your 2-inch shank for your 2-inch hitches only. It's going to be part number S65696. Let's go ahead and get it fitted into our 2-inch shank or 2-inch receiver that we have here today. Insert your shank into your receiver and line up your pinholes. With your pinholes lined up, we'll go ahead and insert our anti-rattle bolt.
Today on our 2011 Honda CR-V, we're going to review and install the Glacier Square Link Snow Tire Chains, part number PWPLC1142. The tire size we'll be installing the snow tire chains on is P225/60R17. Here we are with our snow tire chain laid out. On the inside edge we'll have our inside chain. It's going to have just a simple hook. On our outside chain we're going to have a lever hook with a link that the lever will come back around and lock into.