Differences Between Red and Blue Label Dee Zee Tool Boxes

Written by Hitchweb Team Thursday, February 16, 2017

Ever wonder what are the differences between the blue label and red label Dee Zee tool boxes?


Added security with push button latches
Automotive-grade; keeps out the elements

Keep smaller items organized
Closes tightly

Full length piano hinge for extra strength
Built-in divider for convenience and strength

Dee Zee Blue Label...

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Bulldog Velocity Series Electric Horse Trailer Jacks

Written by Hitchweb Team Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Bulldog Velocity Electric Jack for Horse and Livestock Trailers

The Bulldog Velocity Series electric jacks are loaded with exclusive features for your livestock or horse trailer that you don’t get with competitors hydraulic jacks. The sealed and maintenance free 12V motor on this electric jack will maintain high speeds, even when operating heavier loads. An extra-large articulating footplate will provide stability to prevent sinking and the remote control has a 10' long cord making it easy to operate the jacks from a safe distance. If you’re looking to quickly level and stabilize your trailer these jacks can be setup in a tandem configuration to control 2 jacks with independent leveling but with double the lift capacity!

Although hydraulic jacks remain a popular choice for horse trailers there are some definite advantages you’ll get with a Velocity Series electric jack:

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Bed Liner Removal For Fifth Wheel Hitch Installation

Written by Hitchweb Team Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Do I need to remove my bed liner to install a fifth wheel hitch?

Bed Liners

As fifth wheel hitch bed rails require direct metal to metal contact with the truck bed and to avoid deterioration of the liner under the rails which could cause the rails to become loose, the plastic liner would need to be trimmed away.

If your vehicle has a spray-in type liner, you can install the fifth wheel hitch rails directly on top of it. 

View our selection of Fifth Wheel Hitches for short or long box.


Does the Rhino Rack Sunseeker Work With a Rola Roofrack?

Written by Hitchweb Team Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Does the Rhino Rack Sunseeker work with a Rola roof rack?

The Rhino Rack Sunseeker is a confirmed fit for all Rola Heavy Duty and Sport Series bars - no adapter required! In addition to fitting Rola racks the awning will also fit Inno crossbars, Thule Professional & Aero Series bars and Rhino Rack Vortex and Heavy Duty series bars. 

If you have Rhino Rack Euro bars, a Carac roof rack, Thule Square bars, Yakima round bars or Mont Blanc square bars you will need to order Rhino Rack adapter part# 32102. This bracket kit can be located on our Sunseeker awning page along with many other awning accessories available from Rhino Rack.

We've created a handy chart below you can use to quickly check the compatibility of your rack setup with the Sunseeker. If your roof rack system is not listed or if you have any questions please contact us at info@hitchweb.com or call 1-800-300-4067 - our Hitchweb roof rack experts are always happy to help!

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Tekonsha ZCI Zero Contact Interface Universal ModuLite

Written by Hitchweb Team Monday, January 23, 2017

Our customer: Can I order a Tekonsha ZCI wiring harness from you? I was planning to order a hitch for my 2007 BMW X3 but did not see that specific convertor. My mechanic tells me that is what I should get.

Tekonsha ZCI Universal ModuLite ConverterThis is a great question and your mechanic is absolutely correct! The Tekonsha ZCI Zero Contact Interface Universal ModuLite makes it fast, easy, and safe to add a 4-way trailer connector to your vehicle to power your trailer's lights. Normal trailer light wiring will require you to either splice into your vehicle wiring or plug-in to existing factory connections (when available).The ZCI system will bypass your vehicle's wiring entirely by clamping the intuitive sensors onto the individual wires of your factory tail light harness.

Each sensor is able to read the current that travels through the wire that...