Newly Arrival EN 14399-3 and 7 Structural Bolt Set for Proloading Export to Germany
BS EN 14399-3 and 7 System HR Structural Bolt Set for Preloading DIN EN 14399-3 and 7 System HR Structural Bolt Set for Preloading Thread Size: M12-M36 with various length Grade: Bolt-10.9/8.8, Nut-10/8, Washer-300~370HV Finish: Black Oxide, Zinc Plating, Hot Dip Galvanized, Dacromet, and so on Packing: Bulk about 25 kgs each carton, 36 cartons each pallet Advantage: High Quality and Strict Quality Control, Competitive price,Timely delivery; Technical support, Supply Test Reports Please feel ...
Newly Arrival EN 14399-3 and 7 Structural Bolt Set for Proloading Export to Germany Detail:
BS EN 14399-3 and 7 System HR Structural Bolt Set for Preloading
DIN EN 14399-3 and 7 System HR Structural Bolt Set for Preloading
Thread Size: M12-M36 with various length
Grade: Bolt-10.9/8.8, Nut-10/8, Washer-300~370HV
Finish: Black Oxide, Zinc Plating, Hot Dip Galvanized, Dacromet, and so on
Packing: Bulk about 25 kgs each carton, 36 cartons each pallet
Advantage: High Quality and Strict Quality Control, Competitive price,Timely delivery; Technical support, Supply Test Reports
Please feel free to contact us for more details.
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Today we are going to install part number 9463-34 from Draw-Tite. We are going to install this on a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado. First we are going to do is get the truck ready to install the hitch. Go ahead and lower the spare tire and get that out of the way because you are going to need to lean over the differential and tighten down the bolts. Next what you want to do is go ahead and get the exhaust and loosen it up so you have a little more working room to install the kit. When lowering the exhaust what you want to do is pull down a little bit and spray some lubricant in there, let it work in a little bit, then you can go ahead and pry it off. Okay there is one more towards the front of the vehicle, we will undo that one too. Now you have more flexibility to work around it. Our next step is to loosen the bed on one side, it does not matter what side just pick the one you prefer to work on. And there are going to be four of these bolts right here going along through the frame.
We will just go ahead and undo those. The reason for loosing the bed is we will have more working room when putting in our cross bars in the bed. The next thing we are going to do is make room for the hitch. The heat shield right here is in the way, its made out of aluminum so it is real easy to cut through. We are going to cut it right where this cross member is and then right in front of the shock tower right here in this small part coming out. That will give us plenty of room to install our hitch. All right next we need to get the fuel vapor pump out of the way, we just want to knock it around, it will go back up when we are done. You want to push that latch in and it slides right out. And then next you have to do is trim this heat shield here and just pull it down out of the way. All right next we are going to mark our bed to drill out our hole. We will want to start off by finding the center rib. Going from the edge of the bed itself, not the tailgate, and we mark out as specified in the instructions. All right next we will go ahead and take our tape measure and center it between the fender wells. It is a good idea to go ahead and put a good dimple in it so we can see it from the bottom of the corrugation, so when we put our rails in we can make sure they are centered properly. So since we loosened the bed before we can go ahead and pick it up and get it ready to install our rails. You can use a pry bar to lift it up and put in some wooden blocks.
First we are going to do is prepare our rails, we are going to put our bolts in. This is our front rail by the way, you can tell by how it dips down here. We will go ahead and install our bolts, just them into place and put a nut in the back to hold them in place while we go ahead and slide them in. And the rail that goes to the back actually goes in the slots. Right we can go ahead and slide our rails in, start with the back one. We will just push that back towards the back rail, it does not have to be anywhere precise right now. Now we will do our front rail. Next we will install our plate. This channel goes in this hat channel right here, which allows it to line up with the existing hole in the frame here. And we will put our flat washers, lock washers, and nuts on it. We are not going to tighten them or anything like that now, we are just getting all the hardware installed. All right next we are going to install our u-bolt, put it around the frame and out through the holes of the plate, and we will install a conical tooth washer and nut. When we install the u-bolt on the drivers side you are going to find there is some wiring, a brake line, and some more wiring.