Andrew Demaree is Bully’s resident technical writer and automotive expert. Being SAE certified mechanic, Andrew knows how your vehicle works and how to make it run even smoother. He is also passionate about truck customization and off-roading, so when it comes to adding some style and functionality to your truck, you can rely on Andrew’s knowledge.
For already 17 years Aries has been manufacturing only the best car accessories for your vehicle’s protection and your convenience. Today Aries carries a variety of Grille Guards, Bull Bars, Rear Bumper Guards, Running Boards, Side Steps and Step Bars. What does it mean to you? When it comes to protection of your truck from
Valley has been manufacturing the hitches for the trucks and SUVs for over a decade. And if you ask any experienced installer, he will definitely say that the Valley 5th Wheel hitches are the installed easier and faster than the hitches offered by the different manufacturers on the market. But the ease of installation is
Regardless of where it is that you prefer to have your vehicle parked, a well-made and tightly-fitting vehicle cover will protect it from exposure to harmful elements. In a garage or at some distant parking lot, a car cover can shield your investment against rough weather and even dings and dents. Vehicle covers are also
The Ford F-150 is a regarded as a light-duty model within the Ford F-Series lineup of medium- and full-size pickup trucks. The vehicle is rugged and dependable and has been designed, produced, and marketed by the FoMoCo beginning in 1975 until present time. The Ford F-150 is already in its thirteenth generation of being manufactured.
No matter what type of trailer you tow, trailer lights are an important component of safe and legal towing. In case when something goes wrong and your trailer lights don’t work properly or don’t work at all, you should fix them immediately. Before you would call on all of your knowledge about how to test
Most of these days’ trucks come pre-wired for trailer towing with a connection in or behind the rear bumper, but of course it is not always the case. Some need the right adapter, some require a vehicle specific trailer light wiring kit with a T-connector, while some need electrical work to be done, including splicing,
Back in the days, connecting trailer lights to a truck or any other tow vehicle meant a good deal of work on its electrical system and original wiring harnesses, including cutting, stripping, and splicing of wires. Today, there are aftermarket plug-and-play lighting solutions for vehicles and trailers with different connector terminals. To connect trailer lights
Headlights make it easier to drive a vehicle forward at night upon a road or a highway. Although, it goes without saying that it’s much harder to drive the vehicle at night in reverse, when you need to back up, especially if you have a trailer of sorts hooked up. Starting with today’s overfilled inner-city
The requirements for trailer lighting vary depending on a number of factors such as trailer’s width, length, GVWR, etc. Although, all trailers should have brake lights, turn signals, tail lights, side marker lights, reflectors at sides and rear, and license plate lights. Large trailers may require additional reflectors, lights and sometimes even application of reflective