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Curt Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Stromberg Carlson Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Best 2010 Toyota Highlander Hitch Options
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander we'll be looking at the most popular hitch options available, starting with the CURT class three here on the top, part number 13534. Then we have a Draw-Tite class three here in the middle, part number 75726. Then we have another Draw-Tite class three here on the bottom, part number 75586. You can see all of our hitches have a very similar design. The CURT and the Draw-Tite here in the middle, they both slide over our muffler on the passenger side of the vehicle, whereas the Draw-Tite here on the bottom goes underneath it. The Draw-Tite on the bottom will be the easiest to install because you don't have to wiggle it in position over the muffler and tailpipe. Now they all have generally the same points of attachment.
Rhino Rack Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Tanner 2010 Toyota Highlander, we're going to take a look at the Rhino-Rack ski and snowboard carrier, that part number is RR576. Now I have the first one already on, that one is pretty easy to install. It goes around any of your crossbars. We're going to go ahead and set this one up here, get it lined up with the first one, and then go ahead and start tightening it down. I got that pretty much aligned up with the first one. Now I'm tightening it up with the tool it comes with which is just, look, an Allen wrench, so I'm going to get this one started.
RockyMounts Roof Bike Racks Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander, we're going to take a look at the RockyMounts BrassKnuckles Roof Mounted Bike Rack. Part number on that is RKY1202. Now, we have the bike on our rack and we have our rack hooked up to our vehicle. We're just going to show you a few features. Bike's kind of high up, so I'm going to cheat here. Sorry. All right.
Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander, we're going to take a look at the Inno Fork Lock III Bike Carrier. That part number is INA391. Now I have a bike on our rack and we have our rack hooked up to our vehicle. Just going to show you a few features of it. Now this is a fork mounted bike rack. You see we have the skewer here, underneath, which is where you engage it and disengage it. It can be tightened on this other side here. Now let's move toward the back.
Inno Roof Rack Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander, we're going to take a look at the Inno AeroBar Roof Rack System. The crossbars are INXB145-2, and the feet are INXS150. I have the first one already on. Actually, pretty easy to install. I'm going to show you how to do the second one. we have here ...
Rhino Rack Road-Warrior Roof Bike Racks Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander we're going to take a look at the Rhino Rack Road Warrior Rooftop Bike Carrier, part number is RBC036. We have a bike on our rack, and we have a rack hooked to our vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few features. This is a fork mounted bike rack. We see we have our skewer already engaged. To disengage it, just pull it out. We're going to keep it engaged for right now. Now we come toward the back.
Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander, we are going to take a look at the Rhino-Rack vortex aero crossbars, roofing rack system. The crossbars are RRVA126B-2, and the foot pack will be RRSX005. I have the first one already on. I'm going to go ahead and put the second one on now. It's real easy to install. What we have here, we have our crossbar, we have our foot pad, and we have an endcap, and this is the tool we use. I'm going to go ahead and slide this on here, so we have to take our endcap off first.
RockyMounts Roof Rack Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander we're going to take a look at the Rocky Mounts Arrow Bar Roofing Rack System. The crossbars are RKY3056 and then our flagstaff towers are RKY3002. Now, we have the first one already on our front one. It's pretty simple to install so we're going to show you how to install a second one. Now we have our crossbar, we have our flagstaff towers, we have our end caps, we have the tool the comes with it and we have a tape measure. Now to put on our towers take this side and slide that through our T, t-slide like so. As soon as you get them on we can load them on the vehicle and we can start tightening it down. So, lets make sure I got the bars the right way.
RockyMounts Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander we're doing a test-fit of the RockyMounts LiftOp Biggie Ski and Snowboard Carrier. That part number is RKY1482. Now we already have the front half of our carrier in place and secure so we're just going to show you the back half. First thing we're going to do is just place it onto our crossbars and slide those along. We want our front and back to line up and then we'll open up the carrier, take the little strap, and set it in place around the back in the slot there. With that in place we can kind of even out the carrier and make sure that stays in place. Now we've got a spot here for the bolt and we'll just use the included tool and tighten that down.
Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2010 Toyota Highlander we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Mountain-trail Roof Top Bike Rack. That part number is RBC035. We already have our bike on the rack, we are first going to show you how we strap that down and then we will go over how it is connected to our crossbars. Back here in the back we have a regular ratcheting strap that you see on most of your bike racks. To remove that we just push down and lift up and we want that between the spokes when we load up our bike. Now up at the front we have a skewer holding in our fork mounts. To release that we are just going to pull on the black handle. We've got a locking option there and to loosen and tighten it we just turn either side towards the front of the vehicle to loosen and towards the back to tighten and then it just secures in place.
Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today in this 2010 Toyota Highlander, were going to install the Tekonsha P3 Brake Controller, part number 90195. To install this brake installer, well also be using the ETBC7 kit and a tow-ready universal mounting bracket, part number 18136. First Im going to install my seven-pole bracket that comes in my kit with the universal mounting bracket. Next, well go ahead and put our bracket on the hitch. Once I have my bracket attached, Ill just use a pair of tune snips to cut off the access from the band. Now weve got our simple bracket and universal mounting bracket attached to the hitch, well go ahead and install our seven pole connector.
Yakima RailGrab Roof Rack Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today we have a 2010 Toyota Highlander, and we will be doing a test fit of the Yakima Roof Rack using the 58 crossbars as well as their rail grab towers. We already have our crossbar assemblies put together, now we are ready to install them on the vehicle. First well set the front crossbar on top of our raised side rails. We need to check two things when mounting the front crossbar up on top of the vehicle. We need to make sure that the bar is over hanging evenly on both sides of the vehicle, and we also need to make sure that the crossbars are running perpendicular to our raised side rails. To do this we will measure from a fixed point on the side rails to the front edge of our rail grip tower.
Thule Crossroad Roof Rack Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today we have a 2010 Toyota Highlander and we will be testing fitting a Thule roof rack. Well be using the 50 inch square load bars and the cross road feet. We already have our load bar assemblies put together and now were reading to mount them up on our vehicle. When positioning the front load bar you need to check three things, You need to make sure that the bar is over hanging evenly on both sides of the vehicle, you need to make sure that the center line triangle on the side of the cross road foot is on the center of the factory side rails, and finally you need to make sure that the load bar is running perpendicular to your raise side rails. To do this well measure from the fix point of the side rail on both sides of the vehicle, to the leading edge of the cross road foot. Well make sure that our measurement is even on both sides and then well know that our load bar is perpendicular.
Thule AeroBlade Crossroad Roof Rack Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today we have a 2010 Toyota Highlander and we will be test footing a Thule roof rack using the 53 inch aero blade bars and the rapid cross road feet. We already have our load bars put together and now we are ready to mount them up on the vehicle. Since this vehicle has factoring side rails theres no set cross bar spread, Thule also specifies this measurement is not to exceed 38 inches. First Ill place our load bar assembly up on top the side rails. We need to check three things when we position this side bar, we need to make sure the lower bar is hanging over evenly on both sides of the vehicle, we also need to make sure the triangle mark and the side of our feet are pointing towards the center pf pour side rail, and finally we need to make sure that this load bar is running perpendicular to our factory made side rails. To do this well measure from a fixed point of the side rail on both sides of the vehicle to the leading edge of the cross road foot.
Today on this 2010 Toyota Highlander we are going to be installing Prodigy brake controller, part number 90185. We are going to start our install inside the cab of the vehicle. We are going to first mount the Prodigy brake controller into place and then we will start the wiring process after that. The first thing that I want to note is that the Prodigy comes with two different mounting brackets here. The more traditional smaller bracket does take screws that are holding it in so it is more of a permanent fixture. And the less permanent pocket option is a little bit bulkier but it allows you to move the Prodigy easily, either if you want to store it or want to use it between different vehicles. Instead of having mounting screws, it uses these clips on the sides to hold it in place. So to move it from one vehicle to another, all you need to do is unplug the harness out of the back of the Prodigy. For this installation, we are going to use the more traditional bracket to save a little bit of room because this is a tight vehicle. There is not a whole lot of working room. 0:51
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on this 2010 Toyota Highlander we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118449. The first thing I want to point out about our harness is that it comes in two separate pieces. We have got the first section which has an in line fuse in the modulite box as well as the port to plug in the vehicle. This is going to plug in underneath the dash on the driver side of the vehicle. The second part of the harness plugs into the rear of the vehicle inside the rear cargo compartment and that will finalize the tow package for us. We are going to start here inside the vehicle up underneath the dash and plug our first part of the harness in place. The port is located underneath the dash just left of the brake pedal taped to the main wiring harness. All we need to do in here is plug it in line and then we see on the back side of the modulite box we have got double sided tape. We want to find a good spot up in here and adhere the box to it. 00:54
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on this 2010 Toyota Highlander we are going to be installing Curt hitch part number 13534. Starting over on the driver side we have got an existing tow hook that is held in with two bolts and you need to remove those two bolts and we will be using those weld nuts in the frame as our two rear most attaching points. Further up the frame you can see we have got a plug. We are going to remove that plug to expose the weld nut and that is going to provide our third attaching point for the trailer hitch. You can move to the outboard passenger side of the frame you can see we have got three plugs in it. We want to remove all three of those and we are going to be using the two outer most holes as our side attaching points. Again we have got the same tow hook. We are going to remove the two bolts holding it in and those are going to be our two attaching points for the bottom of the frame. 00:40
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