High definition wholesale Trailer Lock to Grenada Factory

High definition wholesale
 Trailer Lock to Grenada Factory

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  1. Strong break resistance
  2. Material:metal
  3. Easy to install and remove
  4. Fits standard couple latches
  5. Package Content: One Hitch Trailer Lock
  6. Finish:chrome,bronze,yellow paint
  7. Durable and dependable
  8. High security square key design
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    1. Lead Time / Delivery time of mass production

    Normally our lead time is 20-35 days.

    2.Can you provide free samples? Sample deliver Time?

    Yes, one or two free samples are available and you are willing to pay for the air freight

    3.MOQ  policy

    As  for the trailer hitch series, there is no MOQ. And of course price will be different

    according  to different quantity. The MOQ for car bike carrier is 1*20’ container.

    4.Payment Terms

    As for large orders, T/T and L/C are OK, and for small order we prefer 100% T/T before shipment.

    5.Can we order customized colors.

    Yes. A MOQ will apply and a longer lead-time is required. Please send us your Pantone Color no.


    We ship small batches by air, and large orders by containers.

    7. Can we have our logo on products?

    Yes, any item can be with a Logo


  • On this episode of the Jeep Punisher Edition The Jeep JK Unlimited Sport Gets Ready to have the Bumpers Put on as we prep them with black texture coat and start getting it ready for install.

    This is the all new Front Bumper for the Jeep JK from GenRight Off Road!

    We call this model our “Boulder Series” front bumper for Jeep Wrangler JK.

    Our high quality, high clearance Stubby type front bumper with a low version of our front stinger which is directly welded on. It is perfect for protecting the front of your Jeep while out on the trail. The low profile design incorporates the optional winch mount to keep the winch lower than most other bumpers to allow for better air flow to the radiator. However, if you are not planning to run a winch you can purchase our optional “winch delete” cover plate.

    Other FEATURES Include:
    Fits the 2 door and 4 door Jeep JK.
    Compact design fits tight to the frame and wraps around each side.
    Works with Antirock type sway bars (or the factory sway bar).
    12 bolt mounting fits tight up against the frame for the best approach angle.
    Formed from lightweight 3/16″ thick Aluminum alloy.
    Includes two steel tow points (D-ring shackles are extra REC-2100).
    High stinger bar is to protect the winch and prevent forward roll overs.
    Grille bar is to protect the hood and radiator in the event of a roll over.
    No grille obstruction; the winch “tray” is sunken down into bumper (between frame rails) for optimal air flow to the radiator.
    100% Made in USA!

    Optional: D-ring shackles are extra REC-2100 allows you to hook a tow strap to the FBB-6040.
    Optional: Winch Delete (FBB-6020) necessary if you never plan to have a winch.

    We now offer a winch delete, so you can cover the “hole” until you install a winch tray and winch.
    This product is un-painted (except for the winch tray and tow points).
    Aluminum fairlead is not included, but sold separately (FBB-5001).
    *As of July 2013 running production changes now allow all new Warn; Zeon, 9.5 CTI and Power Plant winch(s) without any mods to bumper or winch tray.
    Includes an extra bracket to remount the vacuum pump on the newer models.

    This is the Aluminum JK rear bumper from GenRight Off Road.

    This bumper offers Best in Class features like departure angle, tire clearance and light weight. It is sleek, simple and made of super lightweight 3/16″ thick 6061-T6 Aluminum alloy.

    It incorporates two super strong frame mounted tow points that protrude through laser cut openings in the rear face of the bumper.

    D-Rings “hooks” for the rear tow points are sold separatly (REC-2100).
    This bumper is also available in a lower cost Steel version (RBB-8200)
    The (2) holes in the rear bumper make an excellent spot to mount our new LED back up lights (LED1500).
    Sold Un-painted.
    GenRight Tire Carrier does not attach to the rear bumper and is sold separately. Steel (RTC3800) or in Aluminum (RTC3810).



    Jeep Punisher Edition 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4 Door Sport (JK)
    Custom Build By Al & Ed’s Autosound Marina Del Rey, California

    Contact Number 310-827-8121

    Special Thanks
    Smittybuilt, Pro-Comp, G2 Axels, Super Swamper Tires
    GenRight, Truck-Lite, Forgiato, Oracle, DB Link Led
    Rigid Industries, MBS Collisional, Globe Tire, JL audio
    Tuffy Security, Tera-Flex, Trans-American Wholesale,
    Recon Off road, Rubicon Express, King Shocks, Baer Brakes,
    Dirty Dog Offroad, JK-Forum, Gibson Exhaust, Poision Spyder,
    Follow the build on these forums
    www.JK-Forum.com , www.6speedonline.com , www.L4P.com
    www.luxuryJK.com, www.Jeeppunisher.com www.delreycustoms.com
    Store Hours Mon-Sat 9am-6pm PST



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    More info on motorcycle campers and trailer wiring are at www.OpenRoadOutfitters.com

    LED lights are a popular choice for motorcycle trailers because they draw very little power and last a long time. This video demonstrates how to replace standard trailer lights with LEDs and includes a few tips to make it easier when you do this yourself.

    First, you’ll remove the old lights and hardware. Cut the wires close to the old fixtures to leave as much of the wire length as possible. Next, clean the surface revealed by the old fixtures.

    Following that, it’s lay out the holes for the new fixtures. Blue painters tape works well to create a good surface to mark on. It reduces chipping of the gel coat finish when you drill, and it comes off easily when you’re done.

    These fixtures require holes at the top and bottom for mounting plus one larger one in the middle to accommodate the wires. What you choose may be different. Here’s one way to mount it straight. Drill the top hole and the middle hole and make the middle hole a little larger so can move the fixture.

    Next, insert the fixture and pin the top with a rivet. Use a level to mark the bottom hole to make sure the fixture is straight, then mark the bottom hole. This helps make sure the lights are nice and straight vertically.

    With the bottom holes marked and drilled, mount the lights. In this install, I’m caulking the large hole where the wires are inserted as well as the smaller holes left by the old hardware. Each light is secured by a pair of rivets and any remaining holes are caulked.

    Now it’s time to wire up the trailer, and I’ll discuss this briefly here because this is covered in depth in a different video.

    This diagram depicts the typical wiring arrangement for a trailer. For example, here’s the running light circuit. The running lights consist of all of the low output lights wired together and on these fixtures, the low output is the brown wire. So, on each side of the trailer, wire the brown lights together. Then, connect them to the brown wire in the wiring harness that eventually connects to the bike. Reconnect the ground, brake and turn signal circuits.

    Before wrapping everything up, check the wiring to make sure the lights operate like you expect. In this wiring set up, there should be brake lights on one set of lights, turn signals on another, and running lights on all four.

    The last step is to trim those spots that are filled with caulk. A sharp razor blade works best. The final step on this project is to install the trim rings that came with the lights. These cover the rivets and give it a finished look.

    That’s about it. What do you think?

    If you’re in the market for a motorcycle camper or trailer, hitch or wiring, stop by Open Road Outfitter dot com for everything you need. And if you liked this video, subscribe to our YouTube channel where we feature more information about motorcycle camping, travel and more.

    Till next time, this is Dale for Open Road Outfitters wishing you many happy journeys.

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