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How to Install Bull Ring Retractable Tie Downs

Give yourself instant and easy access to a secure tie-down point with a flush-mounted retractable tie down from Bull Ring. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/bull-ring-retractable-tie-downs/ to learn more. It's easy to install using just a screwdriver, as you'll see in this video. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com


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Extang Solid Fold Tonneau Cover Product Demo
Quality construction and installation that takes just minutes (no tools needed) make the Solid Fold tonneau cover from Extang a great choice! Go to http://www.realtruck.com/extang-solid-fold-tonneau-cover/ to learn more about how this tonno cover will offer you protection and security for your truck bed. Extang Solid Fold Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover is made with an all black embossed, poly-tech coating finish. The Extang tri-folding hard folding panels have 24-gauge aluminum on top and underneath. Extang hard folding truck cover offers hard cover security but the ability to fold the cover up for truck bed access. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com Extang Solid Fold Tonneau Cover Product Demo Video Transcript: Hi, I'm Todd from Extang, America's number one selling tonneau manufacturer, and today we're looking at Extang's solid fold tonneau. The solid fold is the bestselling tri-fold hard cover on the market. It's simple to use, provides protection and security for your truck bed, and looks great. First, let's talk about installation. The solid fold comes completely assembled and installs in just minutes. It's so easy that it almost takes longer to program your GPS, than to install the solid fold on your truck. Literally, no tools required. Now let's take a closer look at what makes installation so simple. Extang has an exclusive clamping system that makes it easy to install and quickly access your truck bed. The front clamps secure by simply hand tightening the toggle bolt until the notch fits snug under the truck rail. With the front clamps secure, just unfold the tonneau and secure the rear clamps. The rear clamps feature exclusive spring action technology. Simply pull down on the clamp and fasten under the lip of the truck bed. That's it. With the installation complete, let's look at the solid fold's quality construction. The solid fold is Extang tough, ultra-strong, yet lightweight, and made with an all-aluminum frame, and heavy duty hinges. The solid fold also features one inch thick panels, with an aluminum honeycomb core, designed for durability and strength. Extang's exclusive clamps are made of fiberglass reinforced nylon composite and will not break. You already saw how easy they are to use. Lastly, the solid fold offers quick and easy, one key cargo security with an OE tail gate lock. Keeps cargo protected and out of sight. Extang's bestselling solid fold, simple to use, exclusive clamping system, quality construction, and security.

How To Select a Trailer Hitch - by Curt Mfg.
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How to Install a Realstep Step Pad Kit
The guys at Truck U show you how to install a Real Step nerf bar replacement step. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/realstep-step-pad-replacement-kit/ to learn more. Installation is easy with no drilling required. These replacement step-up kits fit any 3" nerf bar and are available in black and stainless steel. They feature an extra-wide non-slip surface for increased safety. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com How to Install a Realstep Step Pad Kit Video Transcript: Matt: All right, dude. I'll get that ready Bruno: All right. Matt: Yeah, man. All right. Those should be good to go, so we'll take care of those in a minute. Hey, welcome back to Truck U. Today on the Dodge, what we're doing is really just making it look a lot better, kind of chroming some of these things out and covering up a lot of the plastic. This takes us right down here to these step bars. That's what's next, okay? Look. We've got some plastic down here. Every now and then this can break off. You've got to replace it. You want to make it look a lot better. That's what we're doing, and that is where this Real Step comes in from the guys at Real Wheels Accessories. Now, this is going to fit on any three-inch tube, so it's going to fit on a lot of them. Take a look at that, man. Already, it just looks a lot better. Bruno: The folks at Real Wheels, it's not just about looks because this is actually a safety feature. Believe it or not, it's about an inch to an inch and a half wider than that plastic underneath it. Now, let's face it. You live in the North. You're in snow, and all kinds of garbage gets on that pad. It's slippery. It can be actually dangerous. You see women all the time, hop out of the truck, hopping over the step bar. With this thing, it's got these extrusions right here, what's actually biting into your shoe so you know you have a nice flat surface to step in and out of. Matt: Well, we get this on. It goes on pretty easy. You've just got to get it started. You want to make sure that you grease those bolts right there. Very, very important that you do that because it is stainless. So if you're going to zip them up in there real fast and it's going to get hot and everything is going to expand, next thing you know, this little bolt is going to seize up on you in the hole and you're going to have problems. So make sure you pay attention to that in the instructions. All you have to do is get these started. Bruno: Once these screws get started, it goes on pretty easy. All you do is you pull off this tab, and you'll suck this up to the sides. Put a level on it and make sure you've got a flat surface to work with. Now, these folks also make one in black, which is nice. It gives you a little different option. Plus it's got these little holes pre-drilled. We can put a little LED light. Some of these guys are going to hook these up to want turn signals and stuff. Matt: Yeah. Bruno: It's all about the bling sometimes. Matt: The guys at Real Wheels have got you covered, man. Like we said, it's just a nice, easy way to really make things look a lot better, and it's a lot safer as well. Now that is right where I want it. Okay, so that level is good. So we'll move that. Right? Now, I said they thought of everything. Even the double-sided tape that's on the inside of this little hardware right here, it has a little tab on it so it's nice and easy to get. You can just yank it right off. Bruno: You got it? Matt: Then, boom. Yep. Push that up to where you want it. That'll stick to the tube. Now all we have to do is tighten them down. Bruno: Yep. Matt: You go ahead and tighten from the front first because that way it'll close up. The little clamp right there will mate right with the bottom of the step. Bruno: You in place? Matt: I'm good. Bruno: All right. Matt: All right. That's pretty good. Bruno: That looks good, man. Matt: The Real Step is on and it looks great.

Bull Ring Heavy Duty Retractable Anchors Installation - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-install-erickson-bull-ring-EM4001.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2005 Ford F-150, we are going to be installing the Bull Ring Heavy Duty Retractable Anchors, part number EM4001. To install these retractable anchors we first need to locate our stake pockets on the vehicle. On this particular model we are only going to be installing 4 of the retractable anchors because we do have a tool box at the front. In fact you will notice on the Ford F-150 the stake pockets actually have covers on them, so we do need to remove those first. I am going to take a flat head screw driver and pop those right out. :26 Then we will take the anchor itself, if you look at it here, we have three individual sections. The bottom piece that is attached to the ring, the middle black section which is actually going to clamp to our stake pocket, and then a plastic cover. To install it, its very simple. We just want to take and angle both the bottom yellow piece and the black mounting plate and angle those. We are trying to angle them under the lip of the stake pocket. We want to center that in the stake pocket hole. :57 We will next take the two screws that are provided with our anchors and mount that into place. You can see we have the attaching holes here that are just below the retractable anchor. You then want to take the ring and lift that up, that is going to bring the threads of the mounting plate up towards us. Then go ahead and one of the screws. To get it started, go ahead and the other one. From there we can do a final positioning of the anchor, and then continue to tighten it down fully. And that is all there is to it! You can see now with the Bull Ring installed, the retractable ring will pull up when we want to use it, and we will use that for the attachment point for our tie downs. You want to continue to the other three and our installation will be complete. That will conclude the installation of the retractable anchors from Bull Ring, part number EM4001.

Retractable Ratchet Straps with Push Button Release Review - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Review-Ratchet-Strap-34414.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to review part number 34414 from Erickson Manufacturing. What we have here is a 6 foot retractable tie down. A few specs about the tie down: it is 2 inches wide and 6 foot long and the texture of the strap feels much like a seat belt. The working load limit on this is 1,333 pounds. It has a maximum load capacity of 4,000 pounds. And also, the hooks are covered in a plastic material, so you do not mar up anything you are tying down. For instance, when you wrap this around the handle bars of a motorcycle or something on the frame of your vehicle, or whatever you do not want to get scratched up. :39 The great thing about this product is that the straps are self storing, you do not have any extra strap flapping in the wind, or have to worry about tying them down before you hit the road. What we are going to use this on is a stack of tires. We are working with a trailer that is actually 6 foot 5inches, so what we will do is use 2 straps, which come in the kit. :57 First off, you want to leave the ratchet handle completely flat, and then push down on the red button which releases the strap and then go ahead and pull out the strap. Take the one end and attach it to the load of tires, hook it to the center and pull the rest of the strap out and hook up to our other tie down point. Then take up our slack, we can use it as a conventional ratchet. Push the button down once again to unlatch it, and go ahead and take up the slack. Lets go ahead and put one on the other side to equalize the pressure. Then we will have our tires safely tied down. 1:50 Alright, now you can see that we have our ratchet reeled up and we do not have any extra strap blowing around in the breeze. In a few simple steps we are already done with our review of part number 34414 from Erickson Manufacturing.

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Bullring Tiedowns on TruckU
See how Bullring retractable truck tie downs are easy to install and use on just about any any truck bed! Whether you have a Chevy, Ford, Toyota, or other brand, Bullring has a truck anchor that will work for you! See more at http://www.BullringUSA.com.

movie 1.avi (Combination Ratchandle Cargo Tie Down Winch - Patent Pending)
New Innovation in Trucking: The Combination Ratchandle Cargo Tie Down Winch (Patent Pending) is developed and designed for the convenience of securing loads on Flatbed Truck Trailers. It is faster to operate saving the trucker time when securing his load, It works in tight spaces if there is an obstruction along the path of flatbed trailers and it is safer reducing up to 90% injuries to trucker when using (Requiring DOT Manufacturer).

Installing Your Core Trax Tie Down System
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Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation - 1998 Ford F-150 and F-250 Light Duty
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-5th-wheel-install-1998-ford-f150.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 1998 Ford F-150 we will be installing the fifth wheel rails and brackets part number 50042-6008. We are up underneath the vehicle and we need to do a couple of things in preparation before we can get started. We first want to lower the spare tire and get that out of the way to give us a little bit more working room. Second we need to go ahead and lower the Exhaust off of the rear most hanger here and what we are actually going to do is go ahead and unbolt it from the side of the frame. There is two nuts on the inboard side that we need to go ahead and take off. That will allow that to come down. Then after that we just need to remove the heat shield here as well. You will see that there are four screws that are holding that on that need to come down. We also need to remove the forward heat shield as well. With the under body stuff finished we can go ahead and go up inside of the bed and go ahead and set up our front rail here. 01:17 You want to check the dimension that is listed in the instructions here to insure the proper placement of the front rail. It looks like for short and long bed models both, we are going to be mounting it at 51 3/ 32 inches to the back of the rail here. Then from there we just want to center it in between the wheel wells. Get that in place. And now that we have got the rails centered we can go ahead and center punch our holes. You want to check with the directions again to verify the appropriate holes that you are going to be center punching for. On the front rail we are going to be center punching the outside one here at the front and the second hole here at the rear. Okay and with each one of the holes center punched we can go ahead and take and drill out the holes to 1/ 8 inch. The 1/ 8 inch pilot hole is drilled you can go ahead and set the bracket out of the way. You can go ahead and enlarge these holes to 9/ 16. 02:15 Now that we have got the holes enlarged to 9/ 16 we can go ahead and our carriage bolts into place. Now we will go back underneath the vehicle and install our side brackets. We are over here on the passenger side frame rail, we are going to go ahead and install the passenger side frame bracket first. What I want to do is go ahead and loosely install it to the upper hanger. That is going to attach to the carriage bolts that we just ped down into place. We will take and install the 3/ 4 inch bolt with the flat washer from the inside of the frame out through this hole here. We will be attaching that with the flat washer, lock washer, and nut. Over to the rear portion, see we have got two holes in the frame bracket and that is going to be our attaching point for the Exhaust hanger that we removed earlier. For the time being I am not going to attach that. There should be a hole that aligns right here with the frame brackets. On some models it may be a little bit smaller than the 1/ 2 inch that we need it to be so you can enlarge it there. Or on some models like this one, the hole does not actually align so we are going to have to go ahead and drill that out. I am just going to go ahead and mark it here. What you have got to do is hold the bracket up against the bottom of the bed so you know that you are aligned properly. Mark the hole and drill it out and you are going to drill it at 1/ 2 inch. 03:45

How To Assemble and Use Ratchet Straps
http://www.discountramps.com/cover_tie-down_page.htm In this video we will be demonstrating how to properly assemble and use Ratchet Straps. Ratchet Straps are a very tricky piece of equipment when not used properly. Many straps get jammed or break because of misuse. By the end of this video you should have a firm grasp on how to properly assemble and use Ratchet Straps. http://www.discountramps.com

Easy Ratchet Tie Down Strap Demonstration - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-demo_erikson_ratchet_straps_05519.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. This is a set of four 1x6, 2000 pound ratchet straps. As you can see here we have one on display and we'll show you a typical application of it. As you can see the strap comes in two pieces, we'll show you how it comes together and then how it works. First what you need to do is release the ratchet, thread the straps through and then get ready to tie down what you're going to tie down. To do that you pull back on this trigger here, it comes apart like that. You take your strap and run it through this axle here, and then back down through the bottom then take out your slack. What happens is, when you tighten it down, it coils up. Now we'll show you how this works by strapping a box down. To start out with you want to let your ratchet lay over the top, hook up the backside of it. What you don't want is to have any twists like this. If you tighten it down with the twist it will put more strain on the straps. So you want to leave everything flat and hook up your front hook. Then you want to take your excess length and take up the slack like so. Now that we have it flattened, just pull it back to its retracting position and crank it down tight. You crank it down as tight as you want to so the load doesn't go anywhere. We'll cove the specs of these, it's a pretty simple device. They're one inch wide, six foot long straps with a 2000 pound rate of capacity. With this particular part number you get a set of four. It would be a good idea to keep these in the back of your truck or your car to tie down stuff. There you have it for part # 05519 from Erikson Manufacturing.

How to use a Ratchet Strap
How to properly use a ratchet strap tie-down by DiscountRamps.com. Check it out at our site: http://www.discountramps.com/ratchet-straps.htm

America's Best Selling Truck Anchor Points
http://www.bullringusa.com/ Securely haul large loads in your truck with America's best selling truck anchor points. Easy to install, these retractable tie downs make it effortless to maintain the correct angle of tie down necessary to secure a full load. With a capacity of 1,000 pounds per Bull Ring you can haul your most valuable cargo. Install our premium anchor points in your truck's stake holes in less than a minute with just a screwdriver. No cutting, forming, or alterations needed. We can fit almost any truck on the road today. Best of all Bull Ring tie downs start at less than $20 bucks a pair! We've spent over 30 years evaluating truck tie downs and with over 1 million Bull Rings sold we have so much confidence in our products that we offer a lifetime, no questions asked warranty for as long as you own your truck. We also offer total cargo control packages featuring our complimenting set of Bull Rings and ratchet system. This is a super strong, easy-to-use ratchet system that will keep your cargo in place down the highway or across those bumpy country roads. Get all of our tie downs and accessories at BullRingUSA.com and put your truck to work today.

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