How to Install Factory Sensors in Steel Bumpers
John shows you how to drill the holes in your Aftermarket Steel Bumper for the Factory Sensors. http://www.realtruck.com/bumpers/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description &utm_content=HowtoInstallFactorySensorsinSteelBumpers&utm_campaign=install Stay Informed and Sign Up: http://www.realtruck.com/newsletter-signup/ Subscribe to our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/RealTruckCom Follow us on Facebook: http://www.realtruck.com/facebook/?ut... Follow us on Twitter: http://www.realtruck.com/twitter/?utm... Follow us on Google+: http://www.realtruck.com/gplus/?utm_c... FREE SHIPPING Give us a call at 866-262-3738 Video Transcription: Hey guys! John here with realtruck.com. And today I'm going to show something that's - a lot of people have been asking about. I put these new aftermarket bumpers on my truck. Now what do I do about my sensors? Well, we're going to show you how to drill out your sensors on your bumper or drill out the holes on your bumper so that you can reattach your sensors and get everything working the way it's supposed to. The first thing that you want to do in, you can see here and we've already marked out our bumper. But, what we did is we went to our factory bumper, measured out the distances, how far apart they were, where they sat on the factory bumper and then we came in here, measured our aftermarket bumper, marked them out. So what we're going to do now that we've got them marked out is we're going to drill these out. And I'm going to show you, now, how to do that. The first thing we want to do is we want to take a hammer and a center punch and we want to center punch right in the middle of our mark. And what that's going to do when we start to drill, that's going to stop our drill bit from walking across the bumper. It'll give it a little divot, basically to set into, to hold it in place so it doesn't move all over on us. Then, I'm just going to go ahead and do the same thing on this one right here. And that'll have those two marked and ready. The next thing we're going to do, is we're going to start drilling and what we're going to do to drill these is we're going to start out with a small sized bit, something that's nice and sharp that's going to cut through this heavy gauge metal really well. And then we'll jump up to a half inch bit and we'll drill it out a half inch. And then we're going to get us a step bit and we'll just start stepping that until we have about an inch and an eighth for these particular sensors. So let's start drilling these out.
Du-Ha Receiver Hitch Caddy Product Demo
Keep your hitches in one, easy-to-reach place in your truck bed with the receiver caddy from Du-Ha. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/du-ha-receiver-hitch-caddy/ to learn more. The hitch caddy will hold up to two receivers securely fastened. You can even add on a no-drill installation bracket and lock to get the most out of the caddy. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com Du-Ha Receiver Hitch Caddy Product Demo Video Transcript: You've done towing the trailer. Now you have the receiver. What are you going to do with it? Throw it in the back of the truck, let it fly around? Not anymore. We have for you the Receiver Caddy. This unit will keep up to two receivers securely fastened into the bed of your truck or SUV. Before securing your Receiver Caddy into position, sit the base, making sure that you have ample distance to get your receiver out. Secured. Placing the receivers in the holder is very simple. Take the locking pin, find the locator hole, put the bar to the inside. An optional accessory includes this padlock to keep your receivers locked in place.
Fast Facts: Bull Ring Retractable Tie Downs
These stainless steel tie down rings are rated to 1,000 pounds and can accommodate two standard hooks or straps. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/bull-ring-retractable-tie-downs/ to learn more about the Bull Retractable Tie Downs. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com Fast Facts: Bull Ring Retractable Tie Downs Video Transcripts: Shawn Herrick here with RealTruck.com, and today we're going to talk a little bit about this Bull Retractable Tie Down. As you can see, it is very easy to pull up. Once retracted down, it sits flush with the truck bed rail. When you pull it up and you go to tie something down, keep in mind that it can hold 1,000 pounds. It's available in stainless steel and black finish and sold in pairs.
Grocery Hugger by Bull Accessories Product Demo
Keep your groceries in place in your trunk with the Bull Accessories Grocery Hugger trunk organizer. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/bull-grocery-huggers/ to learn more today. The grocery hugger measures a 6" tall by 9' long and adjusts to wrap around 3 to 15 full grocery bags. It comes equipped with a heavy duty pvc spine that allows for circular bending. The material consists of an inner rugged material and an outer velcro backing, which is designed to stick together like super glue. When the Bull Grocery Hugger is not in use simply use the velcro backing to stick against your trunk's carpeted backing. If your trunk isn't equipped with carpet have no fear. The Bull Grocery Hugger comes with two adhesive backed carpet peices, designed to stick to the sides of your trunk. Simply peel the backing off of the carpeted piece and adhere to your trunks side. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com Grocery Hugger by Bull Accessories Product Demo Video Transcript: Mrs. C.: Thanks for holding my groceries, Billy. Billy: No problem Mrs. C. Announcer: Do you know it's illegal to use a small boy to hold your groceries? Mrs. C.: If I don't, they spill all over the place by the time I get home. Announcer: Not with the Grocery Hugger. Just place the Grocery Hugger around the groceries. When you're done, fasten it to the sides, and it's out of the away. Mrs. C.: Wow! That is easy. Announcer: I know. Tired of runaway groceries? Use the Grocery Hugger.