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Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra Double Cab, we're going to be doing a test fit of the WeatherTech Side Window Air Deflectors. These are in the dark tint. It's a 4 piece so it's made to fit both front and rear windows. Part number on that is WT82450. Now, in your package you'll have product catalog, installation instructions, we're going to have warranty information, and we'll have 2 front and 2 rear Air Deflectors. The Air Deflectors are made of a 3 millimeter acrylic. They're nice, long lasting, and durable.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino Rack 2500 Series Vortex Aero Roof Rack system, we're using the black Vortex Aero blades, the part number is RRVA150B-2. We're using the foot packs which are part number RRRLKVA and the fit kit which is part number DK079. Now the bars are also available in silver that part number would be RR150S-2. I want to show you to assemble the third foot pack here. The fit kit is going to come with four clips, it's going to come with four pads. There will be detailed instructions in there on how to assemble them. In our case on the Tundra, the arrow on the plastic part of the foot pack should be facing out as well as the arrow that's located on our rubber pad. We're going to place this on being sure to press down firmly all the way around so it will seat properly.
Today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra, we're going to install part number C55378. This is a Curt T-connector vehicle wiring harness with a 4-pole flat trailer connector. Our first stop is underneath the hood. We need to look for a port where this wire harness will plug into. Typically, it's located right here, next to the battery. Sometimes, you may have to move the battery around to get access to it. In this case, we have enough room.
Today on this 2007 Toyota Tundra Double Cab, we're going to install part number 37185. This is the Adapter 4 Pole to 7 Pole and 4 Pole from Hopkins. For this part, we'll upgrade our factory 4 pole or pre-existing 4 pole into a 7-pole connector with another 4-pole connector on the outside for our trailer. The first step is to go ahead and install our mounting bracket for a 7 pole that comes with the kit. Now in our case, our hitch has a attachment point on it already, so a pretty easy install for this point. Put our bracket in place, and we'll install the hardware that comes with it.
Today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra we're going to install part number C55378. This is the CURT t-connector wiring harness with the 4-pole flat trailer connector. Our first stop is underneath the hood. We need to look for a port where this wire harness will plug into. Typically it's located right here next to the battery. Now sometimes you may have to move the battery around to get access to it.
All right today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra, we are going to install part number 13184 Curt, this is the trailer hitch receiver class 3. All right this what the hitch looks like once installed on the Tundra. Next we'll give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the bumper comes out to 3 3/4 inches. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground be about 19 3/4 inches. Now we'll go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed.
Today, on our 2013 Toyota Tundra, we'll be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Brake Controller, part number 90195. In conjunction with the Tekonsha Plug and Play Wiring Adapter, part number 3040-P. To begin our install, we'll first go ahead and mount the brake controller bracket. For this application, I'll be using a couple of self tapping screws or you can also use the screws provided with the brake controller install kit. Once we have the brake controller mounted, we'll then go ahead and set the brake controller in the bracket and secure it with the screws provided in the install kit. Next, we'll need to go ahead and plug in our Plug and Play Wiring Adapter. Before I install the wiring harness, I'm using black electrical tape to wrap up the wires to hold the ground wire to the harness and to clean up our install look. Now with the taped up, we'll go ahead and take the white connector and plug it into the manufacturer's towing port, that's located on the driver's side, just above the kick panel and between it and the parking brake pedal. Now, with that connection made, we'll take the white wire, with the pre-attached ring terminal, which should be the ground wire for our harness, and secure here it to a body ground, which our parking brake pedal bracket is grounded so we can use our self tapping screw and secure it directly to that. Now, with those connections made, we'll go ahead and route our wire back over to the brake controller and install it into the back of the brake controller. Now we have it routed and installed, I'll go ahead and use a couple of black zip ties to secure our wiring up underneath the dash, and then we'll cut off the excess from the zip ties to clean up our install look. Now with that, we're ready to hit the road. That's about it the install of the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 Brake Controller, part number 90195, in conjunction with the Tekonsha Plug and Play Wiring Adapter, part number 3040-P on our 2013 Toyota Tundra. .
Today, on our 2002 Toyota Tundra we're going to be installing the Putco Plasma 921 LED lights, part number P240921W-360. We'll lower the tailgate to gain access to the two bolts that hold our taillights in place here on the passenger's side. We'll go ahead and loosen those up, remove our taillights and we'll be switching out the reverse bulb here at the very bottom. We'll go ahead and twist it counterclockwise and pull it out of its position. Now when handling the new LED bulb, we want to be sure not to get any oil from our skin onto the bulbs so we'll be using a shop towel to handle the LED bulb. We'll take our new bulb and stick it into the socket and then we'll push it until we feel it seat down into place. Then we'll take our socket and place into our housing, turning it clockwise to secure it into place. Then we'll take our taillight, line up the tabs and push it back into place. We'll secure it by re-installing the two bolts. Here you can see the difference between the two bulbs.
Today, on our 2006 Toyota Tundra, we will be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 trailer brake controller, part number 90885. The first step for our install is locating the factory wiring harness for the tow package. This wiring harness was located on the drivers side kick-panel, back with all the factory wiring. You can see it electrical taped back on the corner. Well cut back the electrical tape and pull the harness out. After weve located the wiring we need, well proceed onto the ground. Here I use one of the factory bolts to attach my ground wire to. Just to help with installation I cut part of the hoop connector, just to help it thread in.
All right, today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra, we are going to install part number AFE54-12262. To start off our install, we are going ahead and get underneath the hood, and we will go ahead and remove the trim cover over the throttle body. Next, there is going to be a bolt we have to remove from the AC line clamp. We will save that for re-installation later.Next, we need to remove the mass air flow sensor. First, we will go ahead and disconnect the wire harness, and then we will unscrew the screws for the sensor. We will set them aside in a safe place for now.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, with a 5 and a half foot bed, we're going to be installing the Extang blackmax soft tonneau cover, part number Ex2460. One really neat feature about this tonneau cover, the one that kind of sets it apart from others, is that by being a full snap cover, meaning it snaps all the way around, it allows you to gain access to the front corner of your bed here, without removing the whole cover. You'd simply pull a couple snaps off here and you can reach in and grab something, saving you a lot of time as well as effort putting the cover back on. Now, one of the nice features about this cover is that because it does snap across the front rail here near the cab, you can completely remove the cover without removing the base rails or the 2 side rails in the front rail, giving you complete access to the bed of your truck. Now, another nice feature of this tonneau cover is the clamps themselves have dual slots built into them, allowing you to adjust how high the bow is to go through the center of the tonneau cover are set. You can set them at a higher setting, which will give you better fuel economy as well as help with water runoff, or you can set it at the lower setting, which will give you a more sporty aerodynamic look. Now, you'll see how easy it is to install our clamps that secure the rails of the tonneau cover to the bed of your vehicle. Three simple pieces, a top, a bottom and a screw that hold it together.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we're going to be testing the Thule bed rider. This is a bed mount 2-bike rack. They designed it for use with most widths of pick-up truck beds. The part number on this is TH822XT. To begin our test fit, we're going to first place the bike rack where it's resting right up onto the bed rails on both sides. We can adjust this by pressing in on the small silver button here.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we're going to be test fitting the Swagman Bed Mounted Tube Bike Rack, designed to fit a wide variety, or wide range of widths on your bed. The part number on this is S64702. To begin our test fit, we'll place one side directly onto the bed rail of the truck. We're then going to extend out the other side to allow it to rest on the bed rail as well. We'll then undo the lock here, press in the small button, and lift up. This will allow our rack to pivot slightly here in the middle. We'll then come over to the side that we extended.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra, we're going to be test fitting the Swagman upright. This is a roof-mounted, frame clamp-style bike rack that's part number is S64720. We've already got our Rhino-Rack Vortex Aero roof rack system in place on the Tundra, so we're going to begin our test fit by placing the rack right up onto our crossbars. At the front, we'll first bring one of our metal U-bolts around the underside of our bars, fit it up through the head of the carrier, and then thread on two wing nuts for now. Then we're going to take a second U-bolt and repeat that same process on the other side of the head of the carrier. With all of our four of our wing nuts threaded on, we'll start tightening all of them down. That's going to bring those U-bolts up to grab firmly onto the crossbar, and that'll secure our rack to the front crossbar here. With that nicely secure, we'll move to the rear.
Today on our 2014 Toyota Tundra we're going to be test fitting the Rhino Rack Mountain Trail. This is a fork mount roof style bike rack. It's part number is RBC035. Now we've already got the Rhino Rack 2500 Series Vertex Aero Roof Rack System on our Tundra. We'll begin our test fit by opening up the doors here to give us the access we're going to need. We'll then place the rack right up onto our roof line. We'll remove the black cover.
Today on our 2013, Toyota Tundra, we'll be installing the Firestone Ride Rite Air Helper Springs, part number F2445. First, before we install our new air helper springs, we're going to go ahead and take a manufacturer's right height measurement. From the edge of the wheel well to the ground is 39 1/2 inches. Now we'll go ahead and add approximately 1600 pounds of weight to the bed of our pick up, which lowers our ride height to 36 inches. As we go through out slalom course, you notice the body roll from the amount of weight in the bed of the pick up and our steering is less responsive with our ride height and weight distribution being off. Next, we'll go over our bumps course, where you'll notice there's a minimal amount of clearance between the bump stop and the frame. Next, we'll go ahead and repeat the same process with the Firestone Ride Rite Air Helper Springs installed and aired up to approximately 60 psi. With the 1600 pounds of weight in the bed of the pickup and air installed into the air bags, it will bring our ride height back up to 39 and a half inches.
Today on our 2008 Toyota Tundra, well be test-fitting the Convert-A-Ball cushion ball mount for two-inch hitches with a three-quarter inch rise or a two-inch drop, rated at 10,000 poundspart number AMSC2. To begin our test-fit, we first need to get our hitch heightthis is the measurement from the ground to the inside top edge of our receiver tube. We have a hitch height of nineteen and a quarter inches. Well slide the shank of our ball mount into the receiver tube of the hitch, line up the pin hole, and install our pin and clip. Now well take a measurement from the ground to the top of our ball platform. We get a measurement of seventeen and a quarter inches. Make sure that when you measure your trailer height, you want to do it when your trailer is level.
Today on our 2008 Toyota Tundra we'll be test fitting the Draw-Tite ball mount with a 3/4 inch rise or a 2 inch drop rated at 7,500 pounds, part number 2923. To begin our test fit we first need to get our hitch height. This is the measurement from the ground to the inside top edge of our receiver tube. We have a hitch height of 19 1/4 inches. Now we'll take our ball mount and install it in the drop position. We'll need to line up our pin holes and then insert our pin and clip. We'll take another measurement from the ground to the top of our ball platform.
Today on our 2008 Toyota Tundra, we'll be testing the convertible cushion ball mount for 2-inch hitches, with a 1-inch riser 2-inch drop, rated at 14000 pounds, part number AMSC2HD. To begin our test fit, we first need to get our hitch height. This is the measurement from the ground to the inside top edge of our receiver tube. We have a hitch height of 19 and a quarter inches. Now we're going to install our ball mount in our drop position. We'll slide the shape of our ball mount into the receiver tube of the hitch. We'll line up the pin hole, and install our pin and clip. We'll take a measurement from the ground to the top of our ball platform.
Today on our 2008 Toyota Tundra will be tested in the Covert-A-Ball Cushioned Ball Mount for 2-inch hitches with a 6-3/4 inch rise or an 8-inch drop rated at 10,000 lbs, Part #AMSC8. To begin our test fit we first need to get our hitch height; this is the measurement from the ground to the inside top edge of our receiver tube. We have a hitch height of 19-1/4 inches. We'll now take our ball mount and install it in the drop position. We'll slide the shank of our ball mount into the receiver tube of the hitch, line up our pin hole, and install our pin and clip. We'll now take a measurement from the ground to the top of our ball platform. We have a measurement of about 11 inches. When measuring your trailer height you want to measure it when your trailer is level. You'll measure from the ground to the bottom of your coupler. If your measurement matches ours, then this would be a good fit for you. We'll flip it over to the rise position, and we now have a measurement of 25-3/4 inches. Again, if your measurement matches ours, this would be a good fit for you. And that completes today's test fit for the Covert-A-Ball Cushioned Ball Mount for 2-inch hitches, Part #AMSC8 on our 2008 Toyota Tundra.
Today on our 2001 Toy0ta Tundra, we'll be installing the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector, part number C55378. We'll begin here underneath the rear of the vehicle, over here on the drivers side. You'll see that there's a large gray plug right here that actually has an end cap in it. To unplug this, we'll simply push in on the locking tab and gently pull downward. This is the wiring that we'll be tying in the new Curt T-Connector wiring harness to. Now for the box and the 4-flat end of the wiring harness, we're going to route it up here through the frame. This will allow us to protect the box, as well as give us a good flat area to secure the box using the 2-sided tape. We'll go ahead and use a little bit of rubbing alcohol to clean the surface first, before we attach the 2-sided tape to the box, and then attach the box to the frame of the vehicle. We'll go ahead and plug in our connection from the new wiring harness to the factory wiring harness, making sure that we hear the locking tab click into place. We'll go ahead and use a few zip-ties to secure up any excess wiring. Now for the 4-flat, we'll route it down here to the center of the hitch area. We'll then take the cover for the 4-flat, put it on the end of the 4-flat, and then loop it through the safety chain hole on the hitch. Once that goes through, we'll take the end cap and put it back over the end of our 4-flat.
Today in our 2001 Toyota Tundra, we'll be installing the Curt class 3 2-inch trailer hitch part number 13184. Here's what the hitch looks like installed on our vehicle. Now, we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements in helping you choose some accessories for your hitch, such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack, or a cargo carrier. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost sides of the bumper is approximately four inches. From the top of the opening in the receiver to the ground is approximately 21 inches. Now, let's go ahead and install our hitch. We'll begin here by pointing out the mounting locations we'll be using on each side of the vehicle. The middle location will be an existing wild nut.
All right, today on this 2008 Toyota Tundra were going to install part number BAK126410. This is a back flip, fiber max hard tonneau cover. All right, to start off our install well go ahead and take the rails and well go ahead and install them to the side of the truck. These will install on the inside edge of the bed. Well go ahead and put it in place and we need to push this forward as possible. Now to help hold it for us well go ahead and use a couple of extra clamps just to hold it up, then well go ahead and take the clamps that come with the kit.
Today on this 2008 Toyota Tundra, we're going to try out the U Ace Floor Mats, part number, L1TY06011501. This is a 3D Kagu Custom Auto Floor Liners. To start off, we'll go ahead and remove the original floor mats. Starting on the driver's side, we'll go ahead and remove it, then put the new floor liner into place. We'll go ahead and work it underneath the pedals and lay it down. As we put it into place, we can see it has raised edge along the threshold, it also covers up the footrest as well. It continues on, matching the contour of the floor all the way round and also in front of the seats.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Tundra, we'll be installing the Reese gooseneck hitch ball 5" offset, part number 19308. To install the offset ball, we'll first need to remove the old ball. Unlock the gooseneck handle, remove the ball, lining up the groove in the offset with the groove in the hitch and set the new offset in place. Resecure the handle. It'll lock the offset ball in position, and moving our trailer connection back 5 inches from its original hookup point. And there you have it for the Reese gooseneck hitch ball 5" offset, part number 19308 on our 2012 Toyota Tundra.
Today on our 2012 Toyota Tundra, well be installing the Hopkins Endurance fifth wheel and gooseneck 90 degree wiring harness, part number 41157.To begin our install, well first move into the truck bed to mount our new seven pole connector. Here on the drivers side is a great location. In order to install our new seven pole connector, well first need to cut out the hole in the bed side using the 1 inch hole saw bit as per the instructions. Well go ahead and cut it out now.Next we will take the new wiring harness and feed it from underneath the vehicle up through the cut out hole. Now we have access to it in the truck bed, were going to go ahead and apply some dielectric grease to the connector as provided with their install kit. Then we can go ahead and plug the wiring harness into the back of the new seven pole connector.To mount our seven pole connector here to the side of the bed, well use the self-tapping screws provided with the install kit.
Today in our 2012 Toyota Tundra, we'll be installing the Curt TriFlex Trailer Brake Controller part number C51140. We'll be using this in conjunction with the direct connect wiring harness part number C51362. To begin our install, we'll first locate the manufacturer's tow port located on the driver side just above the edge of the kick panel. We can then take the direct connect harness white plug end and plug directly into the manufacturer's tow port. We'll then go ahead and start routing the harness over towards the center of the vehicle near the console being careful to stay away from any moving parts, such as the parking brake pedal. Next, we need to mount the brake controller. To mount the brake controller, we'll use the brake controller bracket and hardware provided with the install kit. We'll go ahead and take the hardware and secure the bracket directly to the brake controller first. Then we can take the bracket and secure itto the dash using the hardware provided.
Today on this 2008 Toyota Tundra, we're going to install part number HL82581. This is Husky Liner's Classic Custom Auto Floor Liner for a front center hump. Now to start off our install, we'll simply just go ahead and lay it into place. You can see how it matches the contour of the center hump. It's goes almost all the way down to the floor and also reaches forward just a little bit going towards the pedals on the driver's side. It also goes the same distance on the passenger's side.
Alright, today in this 2008 Toyota Tundra we're going to install part number HL53811. This is Husky Liner's X-act Contour Custom Auto floor liner for the second row. To start off we need to remove any original mats that are lying on the floor. We need to get down to the carpet itself. Now we can go ahead and layer our new Husky liner into place. Put the driver's side down first then go over to the passenger side and put it into place.
Today on this 2008 Toyota Tundra, we're going install part number CM11302 from Cepa. This is a Cepa custom towing mirror slip on for the passenger side of the truck. To get started we'll go ahead and get our towing mirror ready. First off we'll show you how the wedge fits into the track on the inside edge of the mirror. There's also a felt liner that goes on to the wedge and makes contact with the factory mirror on the truck. We'll go ahead and install the felt onto the wedge and we'll do a test fit with the knob to help lock everything down on the outside edge of the mirror. Next, we'll go over to our truck.