Today we will be working on a 2007 Dodge 1500, installing Pilot part number NB-210. Our first step is to remove the two cab mounting bolts. One in the front, and one in the very rear. Here in the back we will be installing the large bracket. On top of the bracket we will be a spacer. Through our bracket will be our flat washer and our lock washer. Going to go ahead and install that finger tight now. 0:35
This will be the same procedure as we remove the mounting bolt and install our bracket. On top of the bracket we will be a spacer. We have our bolt, flat washer, and lock washer. Now that I have them both installed, I want to run them down a little bit closer, so the bracket fits loose, but not too loose. Now, because we are working on a crew cab model, we are going to install the support braces. Which attaches to the bracket and rocker panel. We will pull this tape away, and you can see the access hole in the rocker panel. 1:21
To attach to the rocker panel, we are going to install this bolt bracket, plastic washer, flat washer, lock washer, and slide on our bracket support and put on a flat washer, lock washer, and nut. Now we will attach our support bracket to our bracket. We are going to use a bolt, flat washer, and run it through the support bracket and into the bracket. Slide on a flat washer, lock washer, and a nut. Leave everything finger tight this time. Now repeat the same process on the front bracket.
Now with our support brackets finger tight, we are going to go ahead and put our nerf bar into place. Using our 1/2 inch bolt, 1/2 inch lock washer, and 1/2 flat washer. We are going to thread through our bracket, into the nerf bar here. We are going to go ahead and do this step now. We are going to install these finger tight at this time. Now that we have all of our fasteners installed, we are going to go ahead and tighten down the nerf bar bolts that go through our bracket. Now that we have the nerf bar bolts tightened down, we will go ahead and torque them to specifications. Now that we have our nerf bar bolts tightened down, we will torque them to specification. Now that we have our nerf bar bolts tightened down and torqued to specification, we will tighten our support brackets and torque to specification on those also. 3:05
There is the one on the driver side, I will repeat the same process on the passenger side. Now with our support brackets tightened, go ahead and remove the rest of the cover off of the nerf bar. Then we will take a look at it and see how it looks with our doors. As you can see, our new nerf bars look fantastic, it is a nice, even set-up. We can go ahead and finish tightening down our bracket bolts to the cab mounts. With that, all of our fasteners are tightened and complete. That completes the installation of Pilot nerf bars, part number NB-210.
Today on our 2006 Dodge Ram pickup, well be installing the Westin E-Series Three Inch Round Nerf Bars, part number 23-2320. Note, before we being our install, each process we do to one side will get repeated identically on the opposite side. To start our install well first remove the manufacturers body mount bolts. This will be a bolt and washer combination. Now with that removed were ready to go ahead and start installing the front and rear brackets. Securing the front and rear brackets well use the new 12 millimeter bolt along with a flat washer and lock washer.
Today on our 2012 Dodge Ram pickup, we'll be installing the Carr custom fit sidesteps, part number carr125772. Step one of our install will be assembling the brackets to the step using the 7/16 bolts and 7/16 flat washers. We'll go ahead and slide the flat washer onto the bolt and then run the bolt through the bracket, through the step and then back through the step and bracket. We'll secure it with a 7/16 flat washer and nylon lock nut. We'll install each fastener finger tight this time. Now with one bracket installed with two bolts, we'll go ahead and repeat the same process on the other side.
Today on this 2003 Dodge Ram pickup were going to install part #: NB-210. All right, to start off our install were going to go ahead and lay down our parts according to the instructions and where we located that. Well unbolt the body bolt closest to the bed first and then well install our first bracket. This will be the long bracket. Well install new hardware and well also install a spacer washer in between and then well go ahead and reinstall it and then well go ahead and install it into the truck, leaving it snug, but not tight. Then well go up to the front of the vehicle and with the body mount going towards the front well repeat the same process.
Today on our 2012 Dodge Ram pickup, well be installing the DeeZee 5 Oval Nerf Bars, part number DZ17532. Starting here behind the drivers front tire underneath the vehicle well need to remove the tape covering up the oblong hole just above the two premade holes, this will expose the 3 attachment points for our front bracket. Now before we can attach the bracket well take the Nutsert and insert them into the rocker panel. Then well take the Nutsert set tool, thread it into the nutsert holding the nut of the nutserts set tool with a 15 mm wrench and tightening down the bolt of the Nutsert set tool with a 13 mm socket causing the nutsert to wedge into the premade hole. When tightening down the Nutsert set tool well torque them to 25 to 30 foot pounds, this will allow you to know that the nutsert has expanded and is set in the rocker panel. Now once the torque specifications well go ahead and remove the Nutsert set tool and move onto the next nutsert.
Today on this 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab we're going to install the Pilot Nerf Bars, part number NB-210. Our first step on the driver's side is to remove the rear cab corner bolt and then we'll to the forward cab corner bolt. We're going to hand on to the washer and bushing as we'll be reinstalling those. The bolt will not get reused we'll have new hardware. Now, let's go do the front one. On this application you'll notice here in the front, it does not have the steel washer, but we will be reusing the bushing.