Friday, June 29, 2012

Ride with Marty Hart in his ReadyLIFT-Maxxis

Take a ride with ReadyLIFT Off Road Suspension's Marty Hart as he pilots his 800 horsepower Pro 2 off road race truck around the dirt course at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

DynoMax Brand Splash Commercial

New DynoMax commercial highlighting the various mufflers and cat-back exhaust systems for car, trucks, Jeeps, and diesel trucks.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Joe Thomas Fishing A.R.E. LSII Tonneau Cover Testimonial

Joe Thomas, from the Outdoor Channel, talks about his A.R.E. LSII Tonneau Cover and how it helps him for his fishing.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

How To Install SeatSavers from Covercraft Industries

Saving seats from...
• Kids
• Dogs
• Dirt & spills
• Workday grime
• Weekend adventures

Keep seats looking new for years with slip-on SeatSaver seat protectors. Custom fitted, they provide protection from sun, dirt, outdoor fun, and abuse during the workweek, to help keep seats looking new. Travel in comfort - breathable, heavy duty polycotton fabric won't give that "sticky" feeling that neoprene or vinyl seat covers will. If the SeatSavers become soiled, just throw them into a home washer and dryer and then slip them back on.

Dirty dog? Kids with ice cream cones? Potted plants? Fun in the sun? Messy mechanic and greasy tools? Stop worrying, with SeatSaver seat protectors leather and velour seats are safe. The fabric is protected with a DWR (durable water repellency) finish that blocks most "accidents" from reaching the seats. Like a great pair of jeans, SeatSavers get softer and more comfortable with each washing (but we recommend you re-spray the DWR after every 5 or 6 washings).
•Custom fitted, easy on / easy off
•Stop UV rays to protect seat finish
•Heavy-duty polycotton drill weave
•Fabric "breathes" -- no "sticky" back
•Throw in washer/dryer when dirty
•Overlapped double-stitched seams
•No tools needed to install / remove

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Cap-It Discovers What's New at BAK Industries

A team from Cap-it travels from Canada to visit Bak Industries' factory in San Fernando, California. They learn about Bak's new covers including the Roll-x and the Bakflip VP.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer - Safety Tips in Towing, Parking and Breaking

If you have not experienced towing your fifth wheel travel trailer there are safety tips that can help you each time you encounter this kind of problem. It is not like towing your car, your pickup. It is responsibility you have to take with care and safety should be your foremost concern. Safety is very important when towing your fifth wheel travel trailer as accidents will bring worse consequences.

Fifth Wheel General Towing Safety Tips

• Practice towing before driving it around on main roads especially when you are new to travel trailer towing. You can practice in vacant lots and set some props for turning and backing practices.

• Do not allow anyone to use your fifth wheel travel trailer.

• Make sure to check the routes before driving off for a trip especially restrictions imposed on bridges and tunnels.

• Make sure to use the trailer hitch system recommended by the manufacturer in towing your travel trailer.

• Moderate speed is recommended allowing less strain on your tow vehicle and RV trailer. Driving faster will cause instability and swaying of your trailer.

• Avoid any sudden stops and starts as much as possible. This will result to skidding, sliding and jack knifing.

• Restrain from sudden steering maneuvers that might cause swaying or excessive side force on your travel trailer.

• Slow down on bumpy roads, railroads and ditches.

• Make sure to make wide turns on curves and corners.

• Refrain from parking on grades as much as possible. Ask someone to guide when parking. Make sure that blocks are placed on the downhill side on your trailer wheels before shifting into Park, place on the parking brake then change into park before taking off your foot from the brake pedal. This sequence in parking is very crucial to ensure that your trailer is not locked in Park because of the excess load on the transmission.

• Uncoupling your fifth wheel travel trail, the blocks must be put at the front and rear side of the trailer. This is to make sure that your trailer does not roll away once the trailer hitch is released.

• Before uncoupling your travel trailer jack stands should be place under the trailer to avoid any injury that may be caused by sudden rotating because of unbalance loads.

Braking while Towing your Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer

• Make sure you have considerable distance before stopping.

• When excessive sway occurs you can activate on your electric trailer brake controller. Attempting to control the trail with the use of tow vehicle brakes may make the sway worse.

• Remember to anticipate the need in slowing down. Shift to lower gear and press on your brakes lightly when reducing speed.

Safety is always important. These simple tips in towing, parking and breaking your fifth wheel travel trailer can guide you when using your trailer.

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Friday, June 8, 2012

Biker Bar Demonstration

Look Mom! No Straps! The B&W Trailer Hitches Biker Bar makes loading and unloading your motorcycle on your trailer stress-free and fast by eliminating the need for straps.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

MagnaFlow Diesel Black Series on Speeds Truck U

Take an upclose view of MagnaFlow's Black Series Diesel Cat-Back Exhaust on Speed's Truck U tv.