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Hooking up a trailer in ten easy steps

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Presented by BestTrailerInc.com and the Home Depot. How to hookup a trailer in Ten Easy steps: Step 1: Test the tow vehicle's wiring. Step 2: Verify the trailer ball & hitch meet the min. gross vehicle weight rating. Also check that the ball and hitch size match. Step 3: Back up to trailer Step 4: Lower the tongue jack, secure the tongue latch, and insert the safety keeper. Step 5: Lift up on the trailer using the tongue jack to make sure there is a secure connection between the trailer and the hitch. Step 6: Raise and secure the tongue jack for towing. Step 7: Hook up safety chains making sure to cross them as you do Step 8: Connect the lights. Run the light cord through the safety keeper. Step 9: Step back and verify that the trailer is level or slightly up hill. Step 10: Check all the running lights, left and right signal, and brake lights. Step 11: Drive safely. Videography And Editing By http://vidpro.biz/ Music By http://audionautix.com/
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Text Comments (20)
Michael A (27 days ago)
Have the wheel bearings been maintained and are full of grease? This whole video doesn't matter when then bearings fail or catch on fire!
DB Cooper (2 months ago)
marrysville CA you live close to me
Theweescot (3 months ago)
European trailers are so much faster to do but each to their own!
Obedient Octopus (3 months ago)
How much does that trailer weigh?
DatTexas Boi (5 months ago)
11 steps they lied
Brian Engstrom (6 months ago)
you do not need that pin for the tongue latch
Hit The Gym Pussies (2 months ago)
Brian Engstrom fool
james howell (6 months ago)
oh yes you do hit a pothole hard enough and the latch will pop right off
Backwards Man (7 months ago)
Thx for the simple how to guide!
My freightshaker and reefer unit look a little different
Yasemin Şener (2 months ago)
Bokye
01silver auto (11 months ago)
Question where do I put my trailer lights if I can’t find the plugs could it be under the bumper
Chris (7 months ago)
01silver auto You may have to install the trailer wiring yourself. Not all vehicles come equipped with the plug. It may be hidden underneath the vehicle but probably not.
Cody Stich (1 year ago)
I have a fith wheel
Ultimate Gamer (1 year ago)
You can twist the chains so there is less slack so they don’t drag
Randomized (1 year ago)
Will all these steps be the same for my 20,000 pound 300KW generator?
Claudia Contreras (2 months ago)
Randomized 5
Joseph Armes (1 year ago)
Z
Wes Rogers (1 year ago)
Very cute girl! Nice video as well =o)
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Wes Rogers she’s single and ready to take your dick in her butt

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