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Today on our 2015 Toyota Tundra we're going to show you how to install the draw-tite hide-a-goose under bed goose neck trailer hitch, with installation kit. This offers a 30,000 pound rating. This is designed for use in the 5 foot, 7 inch, 6 and a half, and 8 foot bed. Part number is 9465-36. All right, here's what the goose necks going to look like installed in the stored position. As you can see we've got pretty nice flush fit here on the head, safety chain connection points here on each side, so we'll be able to get to those and make the connections that are necessary.
Today on our 2002 Toyota Tundra, we're going to be doing an install of the Rain-X Latitude windshield wiper blades, beam style. Part number RX5079276. The 19 inch blade installs quick and easy, with no tools required. It comes in a quantity of one, so you'll need to pick up two. The aerodynamic design reduces wind drag, noise and lift at high speeds. Equal pressure, applied to the length of the contoured blade, provides a clean, streak-free wipe.
Today on our 2015 Toyota Tundra, we're going to show you how to install the Curt Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Custom Wiring Harness with 7-Pole Connector, part number is C56000. To begin our installation, we're going to figure out to start where we're going to be mounting our 7-way plug. As you can see, this gives us an extension or a way to move these remotely from the wiring itself to allow us to hook up maybe a popup key or gooseneck, fifth wheel, stuff like that. Now, we're going to be mounting it somewhere over here in the back side of the truck, unless you need it somewhere else, each application may be a little bit different. I would avoid the sunk in areas. Those are really close to the bed side. What we're looking for is enough area for this once it flushes up against the truck there for this to pass through and also a plug that will be on that back side, so typically down lower in this area is a good idea.
Today on our 2015 Toyota Tundra we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Proportional Trailer Brake Controller. Works great for one up to four axles, part number on it is 90885. We're also going to be using the Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for electronic brake controllers, part number on that, 3017-P. The P2 also offers safeguards built right in to the system to protect your vehicle, your trailer, and the brake controller itself. It defends the brake controller and trailer brake-away system system against shorts. It's going to help to prevent any overheating we might experience on those long stops by slowly reducing the power output going to the brakes, and it also minimizes the drain on the battery. When not in use it only draws 3.6 mA. The P2's going to be an excellent choice in brake controllers.
Today on our 2002 Toyota Tundra, we'll be doing a test fit of the Max Tow Aluminum Cargo Carrier, That's part #MT70422. It's an aluminum carrier so it's going to be nice and lightweight, real easy to put into our hitch receiver. It's dimensions are 48 by 21. It has a 500 pound weight capacity. Let's go ahead and go over some measurements. Our closest point is going to be from here to our bumper, about 5 1/2-inches. Overall, to the Tundra we've added about 28 inches.
Audio: Today in our 2002 Toyota Tundra, we'll be doing a test for the Carpod walled folding folding cargo carrier. That's part number M2205. It gives us 13 cubic feet of storage space. It's dimensions are 23X47 and it has a 450 pound weight capacity. Let's go ahead and grab a few measurements. For our closest point which is going to be, it looks like on our Tundra here, from here to here about 4 inches before it makes contact. Then overall, we've added about 34 and 1/2 inches.
Today on our 2002 Toyota Tundra we'll be doing a test fit of the Let's Go Aero GearCage Cargo Carrier. That's part number HCR222. It's dimensions are 48 by 32. As you can see it's a sizable carrier, we've got a nice rail along the top here, it's going to sit about 7 inches above the solid floor. It has a 300 pound weight capacity. Let's go ahead and grab a couple measurements.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we'll be taking a look at and installing the Bakflip G2 Hard Tonneau Cover, part number BAK26410T. The Bakflip G2 is the right solution for covering your cargo in the back of your pickup. This aero-dynamic, low profile cover is an easy, no drill installation. It simply uses clamps and secures up underneath our raised truck bed side rails. The four panels have an insulated core to add strength, and have a black paint UV-resistant finish, so it's going to stand up to the elements. It features matte black rubber seals around the surrounding edge to help keep out water.
Today on our 2012 Toyota 4 Runner, we'll be doing a test fit of the Carpod Walled Cargo Carrier. 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 pound weight capacity and it's dimensions are 23 by 47. The walled cargo carrier is held in place by a pin and clip.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we'll be doing a test for the Softride hydraulic assist dura tilting four bike rack. That's part number SR26321. As you can see I've already got it loaded up in the Tundra just to give you a good idea of what it's going to look like. Let's go ahead and take a few measurements and then we'll remove the bike and take a few more measurements. So overall to the Tundra we've added about 36 inches. For a ground clearance we're looking at about 17 inches. For our nearest point we're looking at about 4 1/2 inches right here. Now before we take the bike off, the nice thing about this bike rack is that it tilts out with the bike on.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we'll be doing a test fit of the Curt Cargo Carrier. That's part number C18150. It's dimensions are 20 by 60. It has a weight capacity of 500 pounds and it's held in place by a pin and clip. Now the pin and clip is not included with this carrier, but you can find one on our website at etrailer.com, part number PC3. Let's go ahead and grab a few measurements. Overall we've added about 32 inches to the Tundra.
Today we're in a 2014 Toyota Tundra. We're going to be doing a test of the Curt Folding Cargo Carrier. That's part number C18153. It's dimensions are 24 by 60. It has a 500lb weight capacity. It's held in place by a pin and clip.
Today with our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we'll be doing a test fit of the CARPOD walled cargo carrier. That's part #M2205. Its interior dimensions are 23 by 47, it has a 450 pound weigh capacity. It's held in place in our receiver here with a pin and clip. The pin and clip is not included, you'll need to pick that up here at etrailer.com, part #PC3. Let's go ahead and take a few measurements. Starting with our ground clearance back here, we're looking at about 23 1/2 inches.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we'll 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 cargo carrier. It's dimensions are 23 by 60 and it has a 500 pound weight capacity and it's held in place in our receiver with a pin and clip. The pin and clip however is not included. You'll need to pick it up here at etrailer.com, part number PC3. Let's grab a few measurements.
Today we've got our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we'll be doing a test for the Detail K2 Folding Cargo Carrier, that's part number K2-HCC602. It's dimensions are 20 by 60, it has a 500 pound weight capacity, and it's held in place in the receiver with a pin and clip. Now the pin and clip is not included, so you'll need to pick one up, part number PC3 here at etrailer.com. Let's grab a few measurements. Overall to the Tundra we've added about 37 and a half inches. For our ground clearance, we're looking at about 18 inches right here. For our nearest point, about 15 inches.
Today we'll be taking a look at the best tire chain options for the 2014 Toyota Tundra with a tire size of 275/65R18. Now the Tundra is a rear-wheel drive truck, so we want to be sure and install the chains on the rear wheels. Right here, we have the Titan snow chains with a ladder pattern and a V-Bar link. Let's look at that first. These are going to be part number TC2828CAM. Now, I've got them laid out here, so that we can get a better look at them. The ladder pattern that you see here is going help with your start and stops. The V-Bar length is going to dig through the snow and ice and provide superior traction. They simply drape over your tire, connect at the two ends, and the cam tensioners, with the included tool, provide extra security for your chain.
Today on our 2013 Toyota Tundra we're going to review and install the CURT class five 2" receiver tube hitch, part number C15398. Now here's what our hitch is going to look like once it's installed. The CURT Extra Duty has got a really large square crosstube. It's a completely steel and fully welded design. It's got a really nice black powder-coated finish to resist that rust and corrosion that can build up over time. On each side of our receiver tube is large chain hold downs.
Today on our 2013 Toyota Tundra, we're going to review and install the Hopkins Adapter for 4-pole to 7- and 4-pole Trailer Connector, part number 37185. Here's what our trailer adapter is going to look like once installed. We took the vehicle from a standard 4-flat trailer connector and now have a 4-flat trailer connector along with the 7-blade style trailer connection point. Not all of our blades are hooked up, specifically the 12-volt battery source or the brake controller. However, the remaining 5 leads are hooked and are ready for use. Now, having both the 4-flat and the 7-blade connector, we can expand on our hook up options, and we can hook up to just about any trailering connection out there. Our customers like how well-built it is and easy to install. Now, let's go ahead and show you how to install it. To begin our install, we're going to remove the manufacturer's 4-flat trailer connector and bracket.
Today on our 2008 Toyota Tundra, we're going to review an install, the Top Line Bed Extender, part number BX4004-01. Here's what our bed extender look like once installed. What's really nice about the bed extender, especially on these short bed pickups is that it adds approximately 2 feet extension onto our pickup bed. Additionally, when it's not in use, it can simply be folded up as the clamps will secure the sides to the main body and then it folds down where the clamps will hold it to the brace. We can simply just close our tailgate and it's stored inside the pickup bed, or we have a situation where we need the entire length of our tailgate without the bed extender, we can pull the pin, which has a nice detent on it to keep it in place. We pull it out of the bracket on both sides and we completely remove our bed extender, opening our tailgate back up. Now, let's go ahead and show you how to install it. Now, to begin our install, we're going to open the tailgate.
Today on our 2002 Toyota Tundra we'll be doing a test fit of the Thule Self-Tensioning Snow Chains with a Diamond Pattern and D Link. This will be part number TH2004705265. Our test tire for today is going to be a 265/70-R17. First thing you want to do is, once you get it out of the package, is go ahead and lay it on the ground and make sure you have all the kinks and/or twists out it. All right, once you got it all laid out make sure that the Thule buckle side and your strap are on the back side. Go ahead and take your yellow end and slide it around the tire towards the back. Once you see it on the other side, go ahead and lift that up and take the other end and connect it like so. Go ahead and pull your chains around to where the Thule buckle's facing forward.