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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Toyota Tacoma

Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20554Order #TC1062822013 Today on 2010 Toyota Tacoma we're going to install we're going to install part number 118496 from Tow Ready. First thing we'll need to do is go ahead and lower tailgate and we have to remove both tail lights. There's a bolt on top and bottom light to remove and then we can go ahead and unsnap the tail light from the plastic connectors behind it. Pull down from top into bottom, rock it back and forth until it pops loose. Then we'll disconnect the wire harness push down and you can disconnect it from the tail light. We'll go ahead and put the tail light aside for now. We're done with our driver's side, let's go ahead and repeat the same process over on the passenger's side. Alright now at this point we can go ahead and start installing the wire harness.



Yakima RocketBox Pro 14 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima RocketBox Pro 14, a rooftop cargo box with 14 cubic feet of storage space in black, part number Y07192. With our Yakima Q Towers Roof Rack System already installed on the Tacoma, we'll begin our test fit by placing our cargo box directly onto our crossbars. We'll adjust our clamps so they're sitting just in front of our crossbars. We'll then slide the box rearward, being sure that all four of the lower portions of our clamp go around the underside of the bars. We'll now take a quick look to be sure we have our box centered. We can then open the passenger's side, reach in, and tighten the two red T handles located closest to us. A great feature of the RocketBox Pro 14 is its ability to open from both the passenger and driver's side. With our passenger's side secure, we'll now make our way around to the driver's side, open the box, and reach in and tighten the two handles located closest to us here. With all four of our handles tight, we're ready to load this box down with some gear and hit the road. That will complete today's test fit of the Yakima RocketBox Pro 14, part number Y07192, on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma.



Yakima RocketBox Pro 11 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima RocketBox Pro 11, a rooftop cargo box with 11 feet of storage space in black. It's part number is Y07193. With our Yakima Cue Towers roof rack system already installed on the Tacoma, we'll begin our test fit by placing our cargo box directly onto our crossbars. We'll adjust all four of our clamps so they're sitting just in front of our crossbars. We can then slide the box rearward, so all four lower halves of our clamp go around the underside of our crossbars. We can then open the passengers side, reach in and tighten the two red T-handles located closest to us. A great feature of the RocketBox Pro 11 is it's ability to open from both the passenger and the driver side.



Yakima Q Tower Roof Rack Installation - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma, were going to be test fitting the Yakima Q Towers roof rack system using the 66-inch round bars. Well use part numbers Y00410, Y00727, Y00728 and Y00124. With our roof rack assemble according to the manufacturers instructions, well begin our test fit by opening the front doors of our Tacoma, grabbing the front half of our roof rack and placing it onto the roof line of our vehicle. Per the Yakima fit guide, well measure from the rear edge of the windshield to the leading edge of our foot pack, 6 inches. Well take this measurement on both sides to be sure that we have our feet in line with each other. Once we have our measurements done on both sides, well cam down the large black levers to secure the rack to the roof line of our car. With the front secure, well close our front doors, open our rear doors, grab the rear half of our rack and again place it onto the roof line of our vehicle.



Yakima Q Tower Roof Rack Installation - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima Q Towers Roof Rack System, using the 58" round bars. We'll use part numbers Y00409, Y00727, Y00728, and Y00124. With our rack assembled according to the manufacturer's instructions, we'll begin our test fit by opening the front doors of the Tacoma, grabbing the front half of our rack, and placing it onto the roof line of our vehicle. Per Yakima's fit guide, we're going to measure 6" from the back of the windshield to the front edge of our foot pack on both sides. This will ensure that we have our feet in line with each other. We'll then pull down on the black levers on both sides to secure our rack to the roof line of our car. With our front secure, it's now time for the rear. We're going to place it onto the rear part of our roof, then we're going to take a second measurement.



Yakima LoadWarrior Roof Cargo Basket Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima Load Warrior Roof Rack Cargo Basket, part number Y07070. With our Yakima Cue Towers roof rack system already installed on the Tacoma, and the Load Warrier assembled according to the manufacturers instructions, we will need to remove the T-bolt from the slot in the lower portion of our clamp on all four of our clamp points. We'll begin by placing our cargo basket directly onto our crossbars. We can then maneuver the basket so the top portion of our clamp is resting on top of our crossbars. We'll do this on both sides so all four of our clamps are sitting on top of our crossbars. We'll then take a quick look to be sure we have our basket centered. We can then re-insert the T-bolt into the appropriate slot on the lower portion of our clamp, and tighten down both wing nuts to secure it.



Yakima HighLite 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab we're going to be test fitting the Yakima HighLite, a tilting two-bike rack for 1-1/4" and 2" hitches, part number Y02438. To begin our test fit we're going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch, line up our pinholes, and slide in the attached pin. We'll then turn the black knob located at the rear of the rack. This is going to engage our anti-rattle device and further secure the rack to our vehicle. In this position we have about 15-1/4" worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our vehicle is about 6" away. Overall we've added about 12" to the length of the truck.



Yakima FrontLoader Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma we're going to be test fitting the Yakima FrontLoader, a wheel-mount roof bike rack with part number Y02103. With our Yakima Q Towers roof rack system already installed on the Tacoma we'll begin our test fit by placing our bike rack directly onto our crossbars. As we do this as our front crossbar we'll want the two outside arms to be in the front of the bar and the single middle bar to be behind it. We can then tighten down our black t-handle to secure the front of the rack to the front of our vehicle. With the front secure we'll now move to the rear. Here we're going to loosen the black t-handle, remove the t-bolt from the slot, bring the clamp around the underside of our crossbar, reinsert the t-bolt, and tighten down the black t-handle to secure it. With our rack secure it's now time to load up our bike. We'll first undo our rear wheel strap and then extend out the large portion of our front wheel clamp.



Yakima ForkLift Roof Mounted Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima Forklift, a fork mount roof bike rack, with part number Y02098. With our Yakima Q Towers roof rack system already installed on the Tacoma, we'll begin our test fit by placing our bike rack directly onto our crossbars. Here at the front, we're going to remove the skewer, slide back the black cover, and loosen the T handle. This will allow us to remove the T bolt from the lower portion of our clamp. We'll then bring that lower portion around the underside of our crossbar, re-insert the T bolt into the appropriate slot, and tighten down our T handle. This will secure the front of our rack to our crossbar. We can then slide the black plastic cover forward, and re-insert our skewer. With the front secure, we'll move to the rear. Here at the rear, we'll loosen the black T handle, remove the T bolt from the slot, bring the clamp around our bar, re-insert the T bolt, and tighten down that T handle. With the front and rear secure, it's now time to load our bike.



Yakima Fairing Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma, we're going to be test fitting the 50 inch fairing for Yakima roof rack crossbars, part number Y07049. With our Yakima Q Towers roof rack system already installed on our Tacoma, and the bolts and wing nuts having been removed from the fairing, we'll begin our test fit by placing our fairing directly onto the front edge of our roof. We'll then start bringing the clamps around our crossbar. It's usually easiest to do the 2 on the passenger side. Then walk around and do the 2 on the driver's side. We then need to take a quick look to be sure we have our fairing centered. We'll then adjust our arms so they're running straight. We'll then place the carriage bolt down to the clamp located closest to the passenger side here and secure it by threading on the wing nut and tightening it down. We'll then make our way over to the driver's side, place the carriage bolt down through the outermost clamp there, and secure it by tightening the wing nut down to the bottom.





RockyMounts TieRod Stretch Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Tacoma we're going to be test-fitting the RockyMounts TieRod Stretch, a fouk-mount roof bike rack with part number RKY1011. With our Thule Rapid Diverse Roof Rack System already installed on the Tacoma, we're going to being our test fit by placing our bike rack directly onto the load bars. Here at the front we'll bring the black, rubber-coated metal straps around the underside of our load bar, remove the black plastic cover and fit them into the head of the carrier. We'll then use an Allen key to tighten the Allen bolt and secure the front of our rack. With it secure, we can replace that cover, then move to the rear. Here at the rear we're going to remove one of the Allen bolts from our clamp, bring it around the underside of our load bar, reinsert the Allen bolt and tighten both Allen bolts down with an Allen key. With our rack secured to our vehicle, it's now time to load up our bike. We'll begin by undoing our rear wheel strap and making sure that our front skewer is loose and open. We'll grab our bike, place it onto the bike rack.



Thule Vertex 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Tacoma

Today on our 2013 Toyota Takoma double cab we're going to be test-fitting the Tooley Vertex, a tilting 4 bike rake for inch and a 1/4 and 2 inch hitches, part number Th9029. To begin our test-fit we'll slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. Line up our pinholes, thread in our anti-rattle bolt and tighten it down with a wrench. In this position we'll have about 15 1/4 inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our vehicle's about 3 inches away. Overall we've added about 11 1/4 inches to the length of the Tacoma. Pulling the gray lever at the base of the center mast will allow us to tilt it away from our vehicle. As you can see, this allows us to fully open our tailgate.







































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