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Fleet 101: What is Torque?
This Fleet 101 episode of Truck Chat episode focuses on a commonly misunderstood term in truck fleets today: #torque. Executive Editor, Lauren Fletcher, covers the basics of torque and helps you gain a greater understanding of the topic. Today's topics include: - What is torque? - How is torque measured? - Where does torque come from? - What causes differences in torque? - Why does torque matter to work truck fleets? This episode is sponsored by@Goodyear
The BEST NEW WAY to Haul your MOWING EQUIPMENT- The RAMP RACK!
This is a great set-up for a dedicated mowing truck/crew. We have been running this all season with no complaints. I go over all of the reasons why I switched to this set-up and the benefits that I'm currently seeing. One of the immediate benefits was gas savings! I went from going through almost 2 tanks of gas in a week to one!!
Learn more at: https://theramprack.com/
Driving Defensively for CDL Drivers
This training video is for Commercial Drivers License CDL holders and teaches them how to drive defensively while operating big rig, semi trucks and other large delivery vehicles.
Buyers Products Pro Series - Aluminum Tool Boxes for Trucks
Our Aluminum Pro Series of Truck Tool Boxes are built to withstand the harshest conditions with the features a pro would demand. Proudly designed and constructed right here in Northeast Ohio, these boxes are our most reliable line yet.
View our entire selection of Pro Series Truck Tool Boxes here: https://www.buyersproducts.com/catalog/truck-boxes-11/xd-truck-box-785
CURT QuickPin™ No-Latch Coupler | Hassle-Free Trailer Hookup
A tradition coupler latch is a hassle to use. So, the QuickPin™ coupler doesn’t have one! Introducing the CURT QuickPin™ no-latch trailer coupler. QuickPin™ is a revolutionary design, doing away with the traditional latch mechanism for simple, stress-free trailer hookup. Most couplers use a complicated hinging latch that's prone to wear out and become corroded, leading to difficulties and frustration. Instead of a latch, QuickPin™ uses a simple hitch pin to create a safe, reliable, hassle-free towing connection. It's as easy as dropping the trailer tongue onto the hitch ball, inserting the QuickPin™ hitch pin, and that's it! No more wrestling with a rusty latch, and no adjustment or tightening needed. This trailer hitch coupler is fully tested according to SAE-684 specifications. It is available in standard hitch ball sizes and trailer tongue beam widths. It also has standard mounting holes to fit most existing trailer tongue bolt patterns (mounting hardware not included). Features and benefits of QuickPin™ - Innovative design allows fast, hassle-free trailer coupling with just one pin - No jamming or complicated hinging components prone to wear - Easier to use than traditional couplers - Fastens securely with included pin and clip - No adjustments or tightening needed - Lasso lanyard secures pin to coupler to avoid missing pieces - Stamped steel construction for dependable strength - Passes SAE-684 performance testing - Available to fit standard trailer ball diameters and trailer frames - Compatible with most existing coupler mounting hole configurations - Protected by a durable black powder coat finish - Limited lifetime warranty (one-year finish, one-year parts)
Ford For The Builders | Built for America | Ford
We go hard on our commitments — $50 billion towards a future in electric, hard. #FORDfortheBuilders Learn more about Built for America here: https://ford.to/38vBEuY
The 2022 Ford F-150®: Tougher and Smarter | F-150
The 2022 Ford F-150® is here. With available 14,000 lbs of towing capacity,* an available 3.5 L PowerBoost full hybrid engine, the new F-150 is the toughest generation of F-150 trucks ever. *Towing and payload are independent attributes and may not be achieved simultaneously. WITH Max. towing of 14,000 lbs. available on XL SuperCab™ 8' box 4x2 and SuperCrew 6.5’ box 4x2 configurations with the available 3.5L EcoBoost® engine and available Max. Trailer Tow Package. Max. towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.
Pro Power Onboard | Ford How-To | Ford
This easy-to-follow video will show you how to use Pro Power Onboard,* which you may have on your Ford vehicle, to provide electrical power to certain power tools and electronic devices. *See Owner’s Manual for important operating instructions.
Learn more about being a Ford owner here: https://ford.to/3juU0Q8
How Cars Communicate With One Another | Consumer Reports
Technology is allowing more and more vehicles to communicate with each other on the roadways. Consumer Reports’ expert explains what V2X is and how it works.
Norstar® SD™ truck bed
Norstar truck beds SD line of truck beds for the tradesman. Used everywhere a serious truck utility bed with lots of tool carrying capacity is needed.
How to back up an RV / Trailer "tail swing"
The most common piece of advice that is given to new RV owners is to go out to a parking lot and practice backing up around cones. That is good and all but HOW should you setup the cones??? The maneuvers in this video are setup to teach control of the trailer, and build confidence in the driver. The best drivers are confident and relaxed. This link shows diagrams of how to setup each maneuver. Yes these are the same backing maneuvers used to test CDL drivers. If new truck drivers can parallel park a semi truck, YOU can parallel park an RV. http://bigrigcareer.com/cdl-skills-te...
F-150 Lightning: At the Work Site | F-150 | Ford
The F-150 Lightning*—with features like Pro Power Onboard, available Tailgate Work Surface, available enhanced 360-degree Zone Lighting and targeted maximum available towing of 10,000 pounds,
** plus 400 pounds of payload in a secure, lockable, 400-liter, washable, drainable Mega Power Frunk,†—is a zero-emissions tool to help you get the job done.
*Pre-production vehicle with available features shown. Available starting spring 2022.
**Max towing on XLT and LARIAT models with available extended-range battery and Max Trailer Tow Pkg. Max towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers. †Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution.
Learn more about the Ford F-150 Lightning here: https://ford.to/3wgnSD9
Weight Distribution Hitches Explained - How They Work, Why You Need One
Today we delve into the black magic that is the weight distributing hitch, also called "load leveling hitch" or "weight distribution hitch." This is the ultimate trifecta of poorly understood, infrequently used, and absolutely essential...
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