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Today, on the 2014 Toyota 4Runner, we're going to review and install a Tekonsha 3P Brake Controller, part number 90195. To help us with our install, we're also going to use a Tekonsha Plug and Wiring Adapter for electric brake controllers for Toyota and Lexus, part number 3040-P. All right, this is what the P3 Brake Controller looks like once it's installed on our 4Runner. We have it hooked up to trailer. We'll go ahead and check out some of the features. First off, we have a nice screen right here that tells us what's going on with the trailer and the brake controller. We have a manual override on the bottom here that controls just the brakes on the trailer themselves.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Forerunner, we will be doing a test fit of the Stromberg Carlson Cargo Carrier, that's part number CC-100. As you can see it's a sizable carrier. It's dimensions are 23 by 60, plenty of anchor points to tie down our cargo. It has a 500 pound weight capacity, so we are good to go there. Let's go ahead and get some measurements, starting back here with our ground clearance. Looking about 17 and a half, underneath there and our closest point about 7 inches from here to our bumper.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Forerunner, we'll be doing a test fit of the Rola TX-102 Hanging Style Bike Rack. That's going to be part number 59400. As you can see I already got it on the Forerunner here, just to give you a good idea of what it's going to look like. Got one bike on there. It's going to hold two bikes. The bike rack can be used for other inch and a quarter or two inch hitches.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Forerunner, we'll be doing a test fit of the Carpod Walled Cargo Carrier and that's a folding cargo carrier. Part number M2205. As you can see, it's a sizable carrier. We're going to be able to put a lot of cargo in here, gives us 13 cubic feet of space. It's got a 450 lb weight capacity and it's dimensions are 23 by 47. The walled cargo carrier is held in place by a pin and clip. That's going to be part number PC3.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Forerunner, well be doing a test for the Swagman Dispatch platform-style two-bike rack. Thats part number F64684. As you can see, Ive already got it installed on the Forerunner here just to give you a good idea what its going to look like on the back. Its going to hold two bikes as I said. Its secured in our two inch by two inch receiver with an anti-rattle bolt and clip. The job of the anti-rattle bolt is to help reduce a lot of play and a lot of movement within our bike rack and our receiver. As you can see, giving that a shake there.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Forerunner, we'll be doing a test fit of the Thule Roadway tilting 2-bike rack. That's part number TH912XTR. As you could see, I've already got the bike all loaded up so you can get a good idea what it's going to look like. Let's go ahead and take it off and go over some of the features. Our bike is held in place by three straps and three cradles, got two of the top tube and one for the down tube. This one is going to be our anti-sway.
Today on our 2012 Toyota 4 Runner, we'll be doing a test fit of the Curt Folding Cargo Carrier. That's part number C18153. It's dimensions are 24 by 60. It has a 500 pound weight capacity and it's for 2 inch hitches only. Now our carrier is held in place by a pin and clip. The pin and clip does not come with the carrier, so you need to pick one up here at etrailer.com, part number PC3. Let's go ahead and grab a few measurements.
Today on our 2012 Toyota 4Runner, we'll be doing a test for the Max Tow Cargo Carrier, that's part #MT70422. It's dimensions are 48 X 21. It's made out of aluminum so it's going to be extremely lightweight and easy to load up into the receiver. It's got a 500 lb. weight capacity, and it's held in place by an included pin and clip. Let's go ahead and take a few measurements. Starting with our nearest point while we're here ...
Today on our 2010 Toyota 4Runner, we are test-fitting our Car Pod Walled Folding Cargo Carrier with dimensions of 23 by 47, with a 450-pound limit on there. At first I'm going to show you guys how you fold everything down. As you can see, there is a provided strap here. All you're going to do, I just tucked it in, we're just going to untuck it, push down on this little lever here, and pull the strap out, and set that off to the side because you will need it whenever you have it folded down. These pins here in the corners, they are provided as well. You just pull them up and it releases the caging and you just fold one side down, at least as far as you can right now. You pull out the other two pins, on each side, and they'll fold back down.
Today on our 2010 Toyota 4runner we are test fitting our Stromberg Carlson car carrier. Dimensions are 23x60 with a 500lb. Weight capacity. The product number for that is CC-100. At first we're going to go through and we're going to do some measurements. Our ground clearance, right here, to the bottom of this bolt right there, it's going to be about 16 inches. Over-all we're going to about 31 1/2 inches there.
Today on our 2010 Toyota 4Runner, we're testing the Curt Cargo Carrier, 20x60, five hundred pound limit cargo carrier. Now, as you can see, it already is connected to our vehicle, we're going to go ahead and do some measurements here. From the ground to the lowest point on the cargo carrier, this is going to be our ground clearance. Got about eighteen and a half inches before it hits the ground on anything. Our overall . and you got seventeen and a half inches there. And from the back of the vehicle to the first point that might hit the cargo carrier, it's going to be about sixteen and a half inches there. Now while we're down here, we can look and see that we do have a pin and clip holding in the cargo carrier.
Today on our 2010 Toyota 4-Runner, we're going to be taking a look at, and showing you how to install, the Curt Front-Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver. This is a custom fit, 2-inch hitch. It's part number is C31054. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once we get it installed. These front mount hitches are really nice for whether you're doing recovery. You can slide a winch with a winch bracket right into here and secure it. We can use snow plows on the front.
Today, on our 2010 Toyota 4Runner, we are test fitting our Let's Go Aero GearCage, product number HCR222. The width is 32" by 48". Now let's get some measurement's here. We've got our ground clearance, we're going to go to this little point right here, and we've got about 17" there before anything will to hit the ground. Overall, it's going to be about 45" there. From the back of the tailgate to the cargo carry is about 10.5" before anything is going to hit.
Female Speaker: Today on our 2010 Toyota 4 Runner we are test fitting the detail K2 folding cargo carrier. Dimensions 20 x 60 with the capacity to hold up to 500 pounds. The part number for that is K2HCC602. Now first we're going to start off with some measurements. Our ground clearance here from the ground to the lowest point here is gonna be about 18 inches there. Our overall is going to be about 38 inches and our closest point between the vehicle and the carrier is going to be about 16 inches there. Now while we're down here you can see that this is held in by a pin and clip.
Female: Today on our 2012 Toyota 4Runner, we are going to be test fitting our Let's Go Aero gear case. A 32 by 48 cargo carrier, which is designated for a 2 inch hitch and carries up to 300 pounds. The part number is HCR222. Now if we start off with some measurements, from the ground to our lowest point, which is actually right up under here, we're going to have about 18 inches before it hits the ground. From the rear of the vehicle overall we're going to have about 41 and 1/4 inches. Coming down here, to the closest point, I'm going to have about 11 inches before it will hit the back of your vehicle. While we're down here, you can see that we do have an anti-rattle bolt, sorry pin and clip. That will help keep the cargo carrier connected to your vehicle stable, unlike some other cargo carriers, which will let it kind of shake a little bit with the regular pin and clip. Now this cargo carrier is just a sealed bottom, and you won't be able to have any dirt falling through, but no dirt's going to come up underneath there either.
Today on our 2007 Toyota Forerunner, we're going to review an install; the weather-tech custom fit, front floor liners, part number WT460111, grey in color. This application is also available in tan, part number WT450111, or black, part number WT440111. We're now ready to install our new floor liners. As we do, we want to point out there's no floor mat to remove, but we can see the dirt and debris that's built up here, and even the discoloration, or color change, between the dirty area here, and the cleaner area here, where the floor mat sat. Now as we put the new weather-tech custom fit floor liner into place, those areas that we're dirty before, are covered up, and would be protected by the new custom fit floor liner. Now, most application . These rings would be for manufacture hooks to secure the floor mat or liner. Since the hooks aren't there, we won't be able to match them up, but we can see here in the weather-tech floor liner, the custom molding to accept the manufacturer attachment points. Now we've got a really nice extension that goes out over the threshold as it leads to the raised outer edge that covers our kick panel and the driver's foot rest.
Today, on our 2007 Toyota 4Runner, we're going to review and install the Weather Tech Custom Fit Rear Cargo Liner, part number WT41230, tan in color. This application is also available in black, part number WT40230, or grey, part number WT42230. Now our cargo liner works with the vehicle's double decker rear cargo system which is available in some applications. To use with the double decker storage system you'll need to trim the floor liner along the rear perforation. Then once you do that, you'll be able to take it, slide it in, and it fits the rear cargo area. For applications without the double decker storage, simply take the rear cargo liner, lay it all the way back up against the second row seating, and it will fit into place nicely. Now as the floor liner sits here, it looks pretty good but, keep in mind, it would be better if that double decker portion of the cargo system wasn't in the way. Our floor liner would sit down all the way along the rear cargo area and would mold, would shape, and contour right to the vehicle's interior trim panels.
Today on our 2012 Toyota 4Runner we're going to be doing a test fit of the Surco Safari 5.0 cargo carrier. This is going to be your roof mounted basket. It's going to be 50 inches long, 45 inches wide, have a depth of 5 inches, have a sturdy steel construction, and it's going to have a 250 pound weight capacity. It's going to be Part Number SPS4550-1101. The first thing with this rack is you're going to get it and you're going to have your feet separate. You're going to need to lay the basket up on your rack to determine your crossbar spread. Then you'll slide your feet on like so and get them spaced out evenly across your vehicle.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Forerunner, we're going to be doing a test fit of our Thule Canyon Rooftop Mounted Cargo Basket. This'll be part number TH859. It's going to be forty-nine inches long, by forty inches wide, and have a depth of six inches. It's going to have a sturdy steel construction with a one hundred and fifty pound weight capacity. As you can see, we've already got three of our feet mounted up here on our arrow style bars. We're going to show you how to mount up this last one, because all of them are the exact same. First thing you're going to do, is adjust your feet while it's on the ground.
Today on our 2012 Toyota 4Runner, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Sport Rack Vista Roof Rack Mounted Cargo Basket. It's going to be part number SR9035. It's 44 inches long by 39 and 1/8 inches wide, 6 inches deep and has a 130 pound or excuse me a 110 pound weight capacity. It has a sturdy steel construction and as you can see we have it up here on top of our aero bars and we already have 3 of the feet mounted. We're going to show you how to mount that last foot because all of them are the same. To do so, the first thing you're going to do is place the plastic spacer in between the bar and the rack at your desired location when you have your other ones or equal to where you want it. Next you'll take the metal U shape bracket like so with the 2 holes on either side.