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Titan Alloy Snow Tire Chains Installation - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today in 2013 Nissan Frontier, we'll be doing a test putting on a Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains. Part Number TC2524 and that's tire size 265/70-R16. These Titan Chains are heavy duty, they're designed to work with light trucks. They feature low profile square links, so not only are you going to get adequate traction on light snow and ice, you're going to get a smoother ride than most chains provide. It also features a diamond pattern whereas most chains have a ladder pattern so you're going to get more tire coverage which means more traction. Most chains require a rubber adjuster or an additional part to help them remain tight around the tire, ours is built in. They have a maximum speed rating of 30 Miles per hour and they come in a quantity of two and to top it all off, they come with a bag so we can store them nicely.



Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains Installation - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier, we'll be doing a test on the Titan chain alloy snow tire chains, part number TC2324, and that's tire size 26570R16. These Titan chains are designed to work with vans, and small trucks. They have a low profile design so they're going to provide a smoother ride than most chains. They feature a diamond pattern, where as most chains feature a ladder pattern. They're going to give you more traction and more tire coverage. The square links are designed to help bite into the ice, so they're going to provide you with adequate traction as well.



Titan Chain Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier, we'll be doing a test fit on the Titan chain cable snow tire chains, part number TC2028. That's tire size 265/70-R16. These Titan chains are intended for light truck or heavy duty truck use. They're great for the occasional use. Steel rollers form cross chains, so you're going to get excellent traction on light snow and ice. The ladder pattern is going to be very effective during starts and stops.



Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today in our 2013 Nissan Frontier, we'll be doing a test of the Glacier cable snow tire chains, part number PW2028C. That's tire size 265-70/R16. These glacier tire chains meet Department of Transportation requirements in all states. They're great for the occasional use. Spring rollers form cross-chains, so you're going get excellent traction on light snow and ice. The ladder pattern is going to be very effective during starts and stops. They have a maximum speed rating of 30 miles per hour, and they come in a quantity of two.



MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Nissan Frontier

Today in our 2010 Nissan Frontier, we're going to be test fitting the Max Tow 30 by 50 wheelchair carrier with the 48 inch long ramp, part number MT70106. This has a carry capacity of 500 pounds. It has this nice mesh floor, which makes it easy to clean. It has the rails as well as these tie down points all around the cargo carrier for your ratchet straps or your bungee cords, to make sure your cargo doesn't fall off while driving. Right now we have it in the position you would have it when, either your wheelchair or your scooter is going to be on the cargo carrier, itself. Note, that you cannot open your tailgate when this is in this position.



Yakima Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we'll be doing a test fit on the Yakima LiteRider 2 Bike Rack. That's part number is Y02472. It is a hanging style bike rack, I've already got it loaded up on our Frontier just to give you a good idea of what it looks like and how it's going to hold our two bikes. It actually holds our bikes in three spots. We've got two zip strips on our top tube here, and then one for our down tube. The one for our down tube's going to be our anti-sway strap.



Yakima SwingDaddy Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we'll be doing a test fit on the Yakima swingdaddy hanging style 4 bike rack. That's part number Y02464. I've already got it loaded up on the Frontier just to give you a good idea of what it looks like and how it's going to hold our 4 bikes. Real quick, before we get into that, let's go ahead and show you one of the best features about this bike rack. It actually has the ability to swing out away from our vehicle so we can gain access to our tailgate. What we're going to do here, we're going to start with this black lever behind the bike rack. Then we're going to lift up on the pin, start bringing it out until it snaps into place.



Kuat Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Kuat NV 2.0 Platform Style 2 Bike Rack. That part number is NV22G. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you one of the key features. We're going to come here to the side, pull down on our lever. That's going to allow us to tilt our bike rack away from our vehicle with our bikes fully loaded.



Thule Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Thule T2 Pro platform-style 2-bike rack. That part number is TH9034. Now we already have our bike secured down. First going to show you one of the key features. We're going to come here to the back and squeeze our handle. What's great about this rack is that we're able to tilt our bike rack with our bikes fully loaded away from our vehicle.



Inno Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Inno Tire Hold platform-style 2-bike rack. That part number is INH305. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you one of the key features of this rack. If we come to the back of it here we're going to pull down on our lever. That's going to allow us to tilt our bike rack away from our vehicle with our bikes fully loaded.



Yakima HoldUp Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we'll be doing a test fit of the Yakima HoldUp platform-style 2-bike rack. That part number is Y02443. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you one of the key features of this rack. We're going to come here to the back and lift up while pulling out on our red t-pin. That's going to allow us to tilt our bike rack away from our vehicle.



Curt Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Curt Premium Hanging Style 4 Bike Rack. That part number is C18064. We already have our bike secured down. I'm first going to show you how we do that. We have two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame and one as our anti-sway strap in the back. We're going to start by pulling and down lifting up to release those.



Rola Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Rola TX-102 Hanging Style 2-Bike Rack. That part number is 59400. Now, we already have our bike secured to our vehicle. We're first going to show you how we secure it down. We have two cradles in place with three straps, two on our frame and one as our anti-sway strap in the back. We're going to pull down and lift up to release those.



Kuat Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Kuat Transfer platform-style 3-bike rack. That part number is TS03G. Now we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you one of the key features of this rack. We're going to actually move our two wheel hooks here out of the way. I'm going to hit the lever down there with my foot just like so.



Rola TX-104 Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Rola TX-104 Hanging Style 4-Bike Rack. That part number is 59401. Now we already have our bike secured down we're first going to show you how we do that. We have 2 cradles in place with 3 straps, 2 on our frame and 1 as our anti-sway strap in the back. We're going to pull down and lift up to release those and we're able to pull our bike off and set it off to the side. With our bike out of the way we'll start off with a few measurements here. First is going to be overall what we're adding to our vehicle, it's going to be about 33-1/4".



Curt Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier we're doing a test fit of the Curt 20x48 cargo carrier. That part number is C18110. This is designed to work with 2" hitches and has a weight capacity of 300 pounds. We're going to start off here with a few measurements. Ground clearance being first. We're going to have about 17 3/4" to the bottom. Our closest point is going to be about 27 3/4".



Darby Extend-A-Truck Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2013 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2013 Nissan Frontier, we're doing a test fit of the Darby Extend-A-Truck Hitch Mounted Load Extender. That part number is DTA944. Now, we already have it loaded on our vehicle in our first position here. We're going to go over some features and then show you our next position. Starting off, we have it in this position, which is lined up with the roof or the cab of our truck. Now, if you did have a roof rack on your truck, you could also adjust this so that it fits and sits even or level with those crossbars, if you have those on there.



WeatherTech Front Floor Mats Review - 2008 Nissan Frontier

Today our 2008 Nissan Frontier King Cab, we're going to be taking a look at the WeatherTech Front Floor Mats in gray, part number WT461761, also available in black, part number WT441761 and in tan, part number WT451761. Here, we've got our factory floor mats installed. As you can see, they give a pretty good contour to the floor board of the vehicle and overall pretty good coverage. You can see that when we lift up the edge of it, there's dirt and debris that's able to collect underneath them and that has the potential to get ground into the carpet and it would be really difficult to clean out. Now, let's put in a WeatherTech and see the difference. Slide our WeatherTech up into place and then notice down here on the floor, there's 2 factory hooks that help maintain the position of the factory floor mat. This new WeatherTech is going to have cutouts for those hooks to go through.



Craftec Hatch-Style Tonneau Cover Installation - 2008 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2008 Nissan Frontier we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Craftec Hatch Style Low Profile Tonneau Cover in black, part number 654334. This Craftec hatch style tonneau cover will help protect your cargo from the elements, and can deter theft of items from your truck bed. This cover blends the lightness of a soft cover with the strength of a hard tonneau with it's aluminum frame. The gas struts makes it easier for 1 person to operate and remove it. It has a sleek design and looks as though it was factory installed. It can boost gas mileage by up to 10% by reducing wind drag, and it sits about 3/8 of an inch above the truck bed. The distance from the floor of the bed to the bottom edge of the tonneau cover with the tonneau cover closed and the tailgate open is about 18 1/4 inches.



Trailer Htich Installation - 2016 Nissan Frontier - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2016 Nissan Frontier, we're going to take a look and show you how to install the Draw-Tite Max-Frame custom fit trailer hitch receiver. This is a Class III hitch offering the 2 inch by 2 inch opening. The Part Number is 75282. Here's what our hitch is going to look like installed. As you can see visually, you've got your safety chain connection points and your receiver tube opening there that you can see, and then you'll see that cross tube a little bit as we run across here. Now that we've got our 2 inch by 2 inch receiver tube opening, this is going to work out really well for your cargo carriers, ball mounts, bike racks, whatever needs you might have, and a reinforcement collar around the end here. It's got kind of more of the rounded edge to it, and it will be tucked in behind our bumper just a little bit here, so I don't think we'll have to worry about bumping into it with our knees or anything like that. You'll see the double pin holes here on the side.





Nissan Frontier Questions

  • First, make sure the valve stem hole in your wheel is .625 inches diameter. If not, the # AM20906 valve stem is not the correct part for your wheel and should not be used for safety reasons. You would need the # AM20903 valve stem for a wheel with a .453 inch valve hole, which is normal for a 13 inch wheel that the ST175/80R13 Radial Trailer Tire, # AM10210 that you purchased fits on. If your valve stem hole is .625 inch, the the process for tightening the valve stem in the...
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  • If you only want to use the basic lighting functions provided by the 4-Way (left/right turn, brake, and running lights) then all you will need to do is plug the 4-Way end of the Adapter 4 pole top 6 pole, # 30637, into your vehicle 4-Way. The trailer 6-Way will then plug into the 6-Way receptacle on the adapter. You will also need to ground the white wire on the adapter to the vehicle frame at a clean and corrosion free metal surface. The remaining wires (blue for electric brakes...
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  • The Derale transmission coolers we sell are designed more as a supplemental cooler that is meant to augment the factory transmission cooler portion of the radiator, not replace it entirely. If you are experiencing the common problem with the radiator leaking causing the engine coolant contaminating the transmission fluid, your best bet really would be to have the original radiator replaced. I did a Google search using the keywords Nissan Radiator Problem and found that Nissan...
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  • The best way to decide which class cooler you need is to take a look at what you will be towing and where. If you will be towing a light load, less than 2,000 pounds, in flat driving conditions, your vehicle will do fine with a Class I. If you will be towing 6,000 pound load through some hills, I would use the Class III cooler. I prefer the 8000 and 9000 series. They are built a little heavier and are more resilient. The 7000 series are built a little lighter and can be damaged...
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  • If your fully loaded weights are close to what you listed, the Weight Distribution System, # PS49903, would be an excellent choice for your setup. The spring bars in this system are rated to handle tongue weights from 750 to 1000 lbs and when you add the weight of the weight distribution system components and any weight you will be loading behind the rear axle of your truck, your tongue weight is going to end up somewhere right in the middle of that tongue weight range which...
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  • Both of the snow chains and snow cables will work great in snow conditions. The difference is the snow chains will give you better grip in more ice conditions because the chain links will bite into the ice where as the snow cables tend to slide over the ice. The snow chains will make a little more noise on dry pavement as compared to the snow cables. The Pewag Tire Chains, # PWXMR81V, you have referenced is a good choice for snow chains on your 2007 Nissan Frontier 4x4. Another...
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  • I did some checking and for your 2015 Nissan Frontier the Curt hitch part # 13241 has been confirmed as a fit. The # 118525 has been confirmed as a fit as well for your vehicle.
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  • You will want to stay within the speed range the manufacturer of your chains recommends, typically 25-30 miles per hour is the limit. To prevent damage to the chains and your tires you should remove the chains once you get on dry pavement. I attached an FAQ article below on snow chains that you might find informative.
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  • For your 2012 Nissan Frontier and trailer hitch # 87539 you will need a weight distribution system that is rated high enough for the total tongue weight of the trailer. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. A trailer weighing 4,000 pounds would have a tongue weight around 400 to 600 pounds (10 to 15 percent of the gross trailer weight). For...
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  • The bolts for installing Hidden Hitch, part # 87539, are hex bolts M12x1.25x35mm. These bolts are included with the hitch. All Hidden Hitch bolts and nuts are grade 5 unless otherwise specified. The bolts should be tightened to 68 Lb.-Ft. If you need a replacement set of hardware, we have them available. Part # RHK is our replacement hitch hardware kit. You select the hitch manufacturer and enter the model number and we will put together a hardware kit for your hitch. All the...
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  • If your Frontier running light fuse blows when you connect your trailer there are several potential causes. It could be that the trailer lights are demanding more current than can be provided by the harness, although this is unlikely since the TowReady Harness # 118525 can deliver up to 7.5 amps per circuit which is higher than many similar products. If your trailer has been modified by the addition of extra running lights these may demand more current than can be provided. What...
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  • I checked with Valley Industries and the part number you referenced 30608, is not designed for use with the 2012 Nissan Frontier. It is designed for Titan and Pathfinder vehicles. The correct wiring harness for your Frontier without a factory tow package would be part # 118525. The relays and harnesses in this package will provide all the parts for activation of the brake-turn-taillights on your 2012 Nissan Frontier. We have a video showing this installation that should be...
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  • Adding sway control will not necessarily help with a bumpy ride, but weight distribution is recommended when the weight of the trailer is greater than 50 percent of the tow vehicle's gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR). The bumpy ride is likely due to the fact that the tongue weight of the trailer is causing your truck to sag, so there is less movement for the suspension. For your situation, I recommend looking at the Blue Ox SwayPro Weight Distribution and Sway Control, # BXW0350....
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  • On the 2010 Nissan Frontier, if the vehicle did not come with a factory tow package it will not have a functioning wiring harness even if the Tow Ready Wiring Harness, part # 118263, is added. There will be relays that will need to be inserted to make the trailer wiring harness fully functional. The relays are not normally included on a vehicle if it does not have the factory tow package. Usually the relays would be installed in the relay box under the hood if it came with...
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  • It looks like the 2011 Wildwood X Lite 26BH has some propane tanks in the front. Based on this you are going to need a weight distribution system that mounts to the sides of the frame. To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. It looks...
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  • You would use a tee, # F3025-1, if you wanted to be able to fill both bags at the same time. However, if you carry many different sized loads it would be more beneficial to keep them separate because depending on the load, one side might need more air than the other. Inflation valve, # F3032-1, is what is used in the kit # F2403, so you would not have to get a different valve. Most portable air compressors are not all that great at filling something like air bags, especially...
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  • You will need the Curt Relay Kit # C57000 to complete the wiring on your 2012 Nissan Frontier. Like you guessed, since your 2012 did not have the tow package it is missing a couple connection points. Check out the video I attached that shows these relays being installed on a similar vehicle as yours
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  • I spoke with my contact at Truxedo and she informed me that TruXedo Edge Soft, Roll-Up Tonneau Cover # TX884101 that you referenced is compatible with your 2013 Nissan Frontier crew cab with a 6 foot bed, factory rail caps and factory utili-track. The only issue you will have is with the sliding bed extender. She said that will not work with the # TX884101 and it will need to be removed for it to work. There are several differences between the # TX884101 and the TruXedo Lo...
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  • I spoke with my contact at Westin, who tells me that the Bull Bars are somewhat vehicle-specific. The only Bull Bars that are compatible with the 2010 Frontier are the # 32-1690 in chrome plated stainless or # 32-1695 in black powder coated steel. The hardware kit is part # 32-169PK, and is specific to the bars mentioned above. The Westin # 31-5170 you mentioned is only compatible with the GM Trucks and SUVs listed on the bottom of the product page.
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  • The Curt T-Connector # C55362 connects to the tow wiring harness underneath your 2002 Nissan Frontier. The harness is located to the rear of the spare tire. Please refer to the photos in the instructions attached. The tow wiring connectors under your Frontier are to be separated, and the T-harness inserted between them. You will next need to secure the white ground wire to a bare metal surface with the supplied screw (or there may be an existing screw you can use for this grounding...
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