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Bully Integrated Tailgate Lock for 1999-2007 GM Pickups Review - etrailer.com

http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Review-Tailgate-Lock-LH-003.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 LH-003, the tailgate lock from Bully. This particular lock is specific for GMC Sierras and Chevy Silverados, for model years 1999 to 2007. Our replacement tailgate locking system consists of three pieces. We have our black plastic replacement bezel, the inner locking mechanism and then two keys. This system works great in combination with your trucks camper shell or tonneau cover to provide maximum security for your trucks bed. 0:30 Let us go ahead and take a look to see how easy it is to install one of these on our truck. The first thing that we need to do is go ahead and remove the original bezel that is on the vehicle. To do that, we need to release four clips. There are two here at the top and two here at the bottom. We are going to start by releasing the top clips and to do that we just want to take a flat head screwdriver and go ahead and pry in there until you hear them release. And then for the bottom clips, they are actually facing down. So we need to actually lift up on the bezel to get those to release. Next, we want to go ahead and open the tailgate. We need to remove the bottom retaining bolt. And then we can go ahead and close the tailgate again and we are going to go ahead and start installing our locking mechanism. 1:25 What we are going to do is feed it into the opening here. And what we are going to attempt to do is align this hole in the top of the mechanism with the hole from the screw that we had just removed. So what we want to do is go ahead and the key into the locking mechanism and go ahead and rotate it down. Go ahead and align the two holes. And then, with the provided screw and washer, go ahead and it from the inside of the tailgate and thread it into the locking mechanism. And with the locking mechanism installed, you can see that now in the open position the inner workings of the tailgate are allowed to work freely. 2:04 When we rotate it into the lock position, the arm of the locking mechanism comes up into position and prevents the handle from opening. And install our new bezel And again we want to make sure that we place the clips in properly. We want to go ahead and put the bottom clips in first into the holes. We will rotate it up and go ahead and set the other ones into position. You can see we have perfect alignment with the locking mechanism below. And that is all there is to it. In just a couple of minutes we have our new locking handle into position and it has a great OEM look to it. And that will conclude the review and installation of part number LH-003 from Bully.


 


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Installation of a Pop and Lock Tailgate Lock on a 2005 GMC Sierra - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tglock-2005_GMC_Sierra.htm Today on our 2005 GMC Sierra, we will be installing the Pop and Lock Power Tailgate Lock, Part Number PAL8110. Now to begin our installation, we'll start here on the tailgate. We'll remove the black plastic bezel by first loosening the three 13 millimeter bolts here on the back side of the tailgate. With them loose, we'll now move to the front side of the tailgate, where we'll reach inside the top edge of the bezel and pull the two tabs. There are approximately three inches apart. As we pull them out, you'll notice that the bezel comes loose where we can then remove it. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.





Wiring Harness Installation- 2010 Honda Pilot - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-wiring-install-2010-honda-pilot.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2010 Honda Pilot we will be installing wiring harness part number 118491. The harness itself is located behind the driver side rear bumper, almost right above the Exhaust. First we will disconnect it from the clip that is holding it in place. We will pull it out and remove the cover to the plug itself. At this point we are going to install the wire harness that plugs into it. It just snaps back in. Then we are going to route this over to our hitch, make sure we stay away from the Exhaust and we will be okay. :28 We are going to pull it out through the bumper fascia and out by the hitch. Then we can zip tie the wire harness in any way we see fit. Now the rest of our excess wire here, you can zip tie to take up the length as away you want it to be. We have the stuff behind the bumper done, so lets go back in the rear cargo area and start adding fuses and a relay. :50 There is a panel back here labeled Auxiliary Fuse, we will pop that off with a screw driver and there is a little cap underneath there that we need to remove too. It can be a bit of a bear, but there is a latch on the very top that you need to push down and pull back. We have our lid here that shows our fuse locations. On is loaded stock, it is not going to be used since there is not a metal contact on one half of the socket. Lets go from left to right. The turn/hazard one will get the 7.5 amp. Install the one labeled back. Then we will put a 20 amp on the side here labeled small. And then we are going to need to install the relay on this socket here that is labeled small LT. Alright we can put our cap back into place and put our panel back together. Then we are going to move down to the left, to this storage compartment right here. There is another panel in the back, you need to pull that out. Here you can see where our plug in is for a little black box, that will plug into place. We will leave that pretty much alone. Store it in a secure spot, put our panel back into place, and next we need to go underneath the hood. 1:59 We are under the hood now. We need to install this square, 30 amp fuse here. We are going to install it in this fuse panel right here. There are two fuse panels underneath the hood, you want to do the one that is underneath the intake right here, which will be the driver side of the vehicle. There is going to be one open slot, that is going to be where we are installing our fuse, and reinstall our cap. Now we can go to the back of the vehicle and check our install is working. Lets go ahead and test our 4-pole. First thing we are going to do is hook up our ground clamp to our white wire, then we will check our running lights which will be the brown wire. Next, our left turn signal which is yellow. Then we will try our right turn signal which will be green. Then we will do a brake signal which will be green and yellow at the same time. With that our install is finished. There you have it for part number 118491 on this 2010 Honda Pilot.





Installation of a Pop and Lock Tailgate Lock on a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/Locks/Pop-and-Lock/PAL1300.html Today on our 2011 Chevrolet Silverado, we're going to be installing the Pop & Lock Tailgate Lock part number PAL1300. Before we begin, we'll actually show you the components of this item. We have the lock mechanism itself and a set of keys. We have a 6 mm hex bolt and flat washer, 6/30 seconds screw and a horseshoe shaped mounting insert. And with that, we'll go ahead and begin installing it on the vehicle. We'll begin by opening the tailgate. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.





CycleSimplex Delta Trike Rack Review - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-review-Trike-bike-rack-R2TK1DELTA.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to review the One Delta Recumbent slash Trike Bike Carrier, part number R2TK1DELTA. This is a unique bike rack in that it can carry both recumbent trike bicycles and trike bicycles. This bike rack is fully adjustable, both side to side and front to back. And it features cradles for all three wheels. This bike rack can be inserted into a 2 inch hitch using either the standard pin and clip. Or, we recommend using either a stabilizing pin or a hitch lock, one similar to the 63232 from Tow Ready that we feature here. 0:30 Now, let us go ahead and take a closer look at our bike rack. We will show you not only how to load it up, but how to adjust it as well. To adjust for varying wheel base trikes, this bike rack can be moved in and out with relative ease. By releasing these two bolts here, we can pull this channel out. And then by loosening these two bolts here, we can adjust the rear one. You can also adjust the cradles to allow for different wheel spacings. Again the same principle here, we have bolts holding them down. And they can move fully in and out on the channel here. You can see that that gives us four different points of adjustment for our particular trikes. We are going to go ahead and put one on now and show you how to strap it down. 1:26 To properly set up the spacing of our bike rack, we need to take the measurements of our trike itself. You need the spacing of the wheel base as well as the width of the rear tires. The wheel base measurement, we basically want to take from the center of the rear wheel forward to the farthest edge of the rear tire. So once we get our measurements taken, we can go ahead and adjust our bike rack accordingly. And then we are ready to put our trike into place. Two people can easily install the trike onto the bike rack. But, if you do not have a second set of hands, you can do it by yourself as well. To do that, we just want to take the front tire and set it into place. You can use the strap to hold it on for us. And then we can come to the back of the trike and go ahead and lift up the rear wheels. And set those into the cradle. From there we just want to make sure that we strap all of our wheels down. And you are ready to transport your recumbent trike. For added protection, we have a 1/4 inch pin hole at the end that we can add a cable lock to. That will help keep your trike safe if you are going to be leaving it. There is an extra 1/4 inch pin hole here that we can use to add a pad lock to. And you can see it works great in a recumbent trike, or for a trike bike as well. And that will conclude the review of part number R2TK1DELTA.





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How to Remove a Chevy/GMC Silverado/Sierra Tailgate Cap
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Master Lock Tailgate Locking System
Since the tailgate on your truck is so easy to remove, many thieves have taken to stealing these off trucks and re-selling them. Protect your truck tailgate with the new Tailgate Lock from Master Lock. All you need to do is slip the lock on the side of tailgate and you're done. Watch Mike Rowe show you how easy it is to steal truck tailgates, then give you peace of mind by installing this lock to ensure your tailgate won't get stolen. Buy this product at http://www.farmandfleet.com/products/717381-tailgate_lock.html





Tailgate Pad Lock #LH-090
Simple, easy to use TRUE Anti-Theft Tailgate Lock. A must have for ALL truck owners! True Fact: Our team conducted a timed experiment to see how fast a thief would steal a tailgate. Our records show they can detach and run off within 14 seconds! You can purchase this item at the following locations: STYLIN' CONCEPTS • www.stylintrucks.com ASAP, Inc. • www.jcwhitney.com Etrailer.com • www.etrailer.com CARSTUFF ETC. • www.car-stuff.com ANDY'S AUTO SPORT • www.andyautosport.com AUTO ANYTHING • www.autoanything.com STREET BEAT LLC • 612.524.5460





DEBOStep pickup tailgate step
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How To: Install A DeeZee Tailgate Assist on your truck.
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EZ Down Tailgate Damper
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How To Install Replace Tailgate Handle Chevy Silverado GMC Sierra 99-07 1AAuto.com
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2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 / GMC Sierra 1500 (Crew Cab) | Pole Crash Test Documentation | CrashNet1
High speed camera footages for this test are available at: http://youtu.be/ecUktHTQhfA Complete pre-test documentation and post-test test review for 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 / GMC Sierra 1500 (Crew Cab) pole crash test. -- Thumbs up for the crash test dummies! Do you think this vehicle is safe? Do you like the test result? More crash tests coming up every week. Favorite this video and subscribe to CrashNet1! Subscribe: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ikea55 fb: http://www.facebook.com/CrashNet1 g+: http://plus.google.com/104919524738137564116 twitter http://twitter.com/CrashNet1 On the web: http://www.CrashNet1.com





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