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Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4

Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4

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Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Powder coated steel brackets securely clamp onto your truck's bed side rails. Call 800-298-1624 to order Brophy camper tie-downs part number HSSF or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Brophy products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4. Camper Tie-Downs reviews from real customers.
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Brophy Camper Tie-Downs - HSSF

  • Brophy
  • Front and Rear Tie-Downs
  • Bed-Mounted
  • Powder Coated Steel

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Powder coated steel brackets securely clamp onto your truck's bed side rails.


Features:

  • Tie-downs provide attachment points for securing your camper to your truck bed
  • Wide clamps provide superior holding strength
  • Neoprene pads protect your truck's paint
  • Strong and durable steel construction
  • Black powder coat finish is corrosion resistant
  • Easy to install and remove
    • Clamp each bracket onto the bed rails of your truck
    • No drilling required
  • 4 Camper tie-downs with clamp plates, 12 neoprene pads, and necessary hardware included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: most full-size, non-dually pickup trucks
    • External bed rail width cannot exceed 5-1/2"
    • Requires at least 2" of space beneath lip of bed rail
    • Not compatible with drop-in bed liners, plastic bed rails, double-walled beds, or side-step beds
  • Dimensions: 11-5/16" tall x 3" wide x 3/8" thick
    • 8-9/16" From center of bottom mounting hole to center of top mounting hole
    • 3-5/8" From center of left mounting hole to center of right mounting hole
  • Anchor width: 6"
  • 1-Year limited warranty


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Installation

Clamp Examples

Installing these bed-mounted camper tie-downs is simple. First, attach the T-bolts to the bottom interior portion of each tie-down. Place each tie-down on the rail of your truck so that the straight side faces the interior of your bed and the angled side faces the exterior. Adjust the T-bolts until each tie-down sits square on the rail. Then attach the clamp plates to secure the tie-downs to the rails. To do this, position the clamp plate beneath the lip of the side rail so that the lip is between the plate and the straight side of the tie-down. Then insert a carriage bolt on either side of the setup and tighten the nuts on the bolts until the tie-down is securely clamped onto the lip of your bed side rail.


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Securing your Camper

Camper w TieDowns

In order to secure your camper to your truck bed, these tie-downs will need to be used in conjunction with a tie-down hardware package consisting of turnbuckles, S-hooks, and chains (TDHP - sold separately). This hardware attaches to the anchors on your camper and to the tie-downs on your truck to keep your camper secure. Once you tighten the turnbuckles appropriately, you will be ready to haul your camper.



HSSF Camper Hold Down Black Powder Coated Finish (Qty 4)

Installation Details HSSF Installation instructions




Customer Reviews

Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4 - HSSF

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (166 Customer Reviews)

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Powder coated steel brackets securely clamp onto your truck's bed side rails.

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These things are solid although i put duck tape on the T pads....installed 2014 Chevy Silverado 6.5 ft bed for 1200lb Starcraft.


Comments
Still have not moved! Great design and cost savings.
Patrick - 04/06/2021


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These tie-downs worked awesome for our pop up camper on our 1998 F150. Super snug, haven't loosened up or moved on the truck, camper hasn't budged either. I was leary at first not having the camper tied to the frame but now I have total faith in these tie downs.



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Ordered these for my new truck to hold my popup camper. As I haven't put them on yet because it's still winter, end of march it will be prepared to be put on. What I will say about customer service is there is nothing like it. Sent me emails updating everything and tracking. I did take a look at them and they look very heavy duty. I look forward to putting them on and gettin out to camping! I'll provide pictures once I get the chance of putting them on.


Comments
Working out great as expected.
Doug - 02/07/2021


- HSSF
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These Brophy tie downs have worked great over the past year. I leave the camper on the truck and it is my daily driver as well as RV. The camper weighs in at 1500 dry and about 2000 loaded. I do not do any radical 4x4 but I have taken some backwoods off road logging trails.



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I received this tie downs on July, and first used it yesterday. My Camper ‘s dry weight is about 1600 lb, and the products are good for my truck camper. The problem was the position where tie downs were fitted on my truck. I tried several times to fitted tie downs to my truck.



- HSSF
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These tie downs were a great budget solution in leu of a permanent installation of my camper shell and/or frame mounted tie downs. Aside from needing to plan their placement (they can hang in front of the gas cap if you don't plan it right the first time around... no, I didn't accidentally block my gas cap... maybe I did) and take into consideration they also need a little bit of internal clearance as well, they work just fine. I haven't noticed any cargo shifting nor warping of the truck bed around where they are installed. My camper shell is under 1K lbs and it holds just fine.


Comments
A year later & they still hold strong.
Jason S - 06/08/2020


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Great company to deal with. I called to make sure part was correct for my truck, submitted order, 3 days later my parts arrived with instructions . Thanks so much...


Comments
1 year and 20K miles later still a very satisfied customer, I would highly recommend their products and service.
Kevin - 04/18/2021


- HSSF
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Purchased the Brophy camper tie down set of four for the Palomino truck camper I just purchased. These are my second set as the first set were sold with my Hallmark camper. Easy to install and hold the camper in the truck with no worries.


Comments
No problems. Would buy again. Very easy to take on and off the truck.
Ed B - 05/22/2020


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I bought these for our brand new 2019 GMC Sierra 1/2 ton because no custom options were available. I was happy that they were easy to install, and look great. I’ve used them in the past and have been happy with how they hold campers. Sure I’d rather have custom mounts from the frame, but for the price and because these are my only option that’s what I got. These will work just fine, and I like that I can swap these out on trucks. The one thing I wish was different was that the threaded T handle portion would have a longer option. I had to fancy up a 2”x6” to run inside the side of my p/u bed so they would touch something. As always another great shopping experience with etrailer. They haven’t let me down yet. Especially Lori, what a great customer service rep.



- HSSF
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I went elk hunting in Ely Nevada way up in the mountains and those tiedowns were great and look at my mirror every once in a while to see if they were holding tight and they did I am very pleased with them.



- HSSF
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Bought these Tie Downs to secure a truck camper to my truck to transport it for my dad. They were quick to install and felt very solid. Most cost effective way I could find.



- HSSF
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Using on 2013 Ford F150 for a smaller cabover. Great quality product, shipped fast, works great. Had to turn bolts around to clear inside of bed. Held camper solidly over rough trails!



- HSSF
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As far as I'm concerned these are junk. Wasted my money. Do not mount in proper location on a 2011 Chevy Silverado 6.5' Bed. Because of the design of the bed rail the mounts cannot be installed in the proper locations for securing camper. The photos show the maximum forward and back that these can be mounted. Not at all made for the 6.5 foot bed 2007 or later Siverado. The Black Powder Coated Steel isn't that great either. Paint missing, dinged up from storage and shipping probably.



- HSSF
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Easy to install and have done what’s expected. Keep the camper in place!!



- HSSF
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These camper hold-downs appear to be manufactured from good steel stock and should do the job nicely. I did have one piece that was slightly damaged but was not caught when packaged (the damage was not due to shipping). I was able to take a hammer to the bent steel and straighten it sufficiently to use the part. It was a little disappointing however, and should have been caught prior to shipping. Overall I am pleased with the quality and price



- HSSF
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Got these for my 2012 Nissan Titan. Perfect fit. Installation was straight forward. Watched the installation videos first! These seem very burley and will do the job of tying down my 8' Travel Lite camper.


Comments
One year later and many camping trips in the books and the tie downs are still great! No issues, glad I purchased these.
Drew - 03/08/2020



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Have not installed yet, but they look STRONG and well made. The 5 stars are more due to the service I received from etrailer. Lightning fast shipping and the best package tracking I have ever seen. Communication from etrailer to make sure things are ok, but not an annoying amount of email from them. Thanks for the great service guys!



- HSSF
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Found easy to install, I placed lock washers on the 8 3/8" bolts. Sold at Menards for 89 cents (pkg of 8) not in kit. Placement was a little restrictive with dealer installed bed liner. Takes 30 minutes to install all 4. Great buy.



- HSSF
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These mounts were a great alternative to the frame receivers you have to bolt on underneath the bed. I only use the camper once or twice a year for hunting trips so these mounts were an economical and effective solution for keeping the camper stable in the back of my truck. The mounts are also relatively easy to mount and remove. The rubber protective pads did not stay on the all of the adjustment pieces so I have used electricians tape to hold them in place and this is working. These are great for a lighter weight camper.



- HSSF
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Craig v. The tiedowns work as intended. No complaints whatsoever.



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ORDER ON TUESDAY RECIEVED ON FRIDAY NOON SAME WEEK ONLY PROBLEM WAS 4 7/ 16 NUT WERE 4 1/2 NUT HAD TO BUY 4 NUTS OTHER THEN THAT I WOULD BUY OFF ETRAILER AGAIN VERY GOOD SERVICE



- HSSF
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This product worked very well. Easy to use and durable. Easy to store when not in use.



- HSSF
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Hi your product was as you said and the installation went without a hitch I am hoping to install camper next week and your delivery time was great. Thanks for a great product.



- HSSF
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The product is made from very good stock. They seem to be well built . I had a bit of a problem installing on my truck ,and ended up putting the bolts on the angled support rack in backwards according to the video , which I watched after . The tie downs have not been camper tested yet and I am excited to try them out!


Comments
The tie downs have worked fine for me . I have a smaller pop up pick up camper . I am sure for lighter campers they would work fine . I have seen the product work with two on the front as tie downs and then in the back , the button type bumper mounts in the back . This may be a good way to go for more stability on a larger camper. JMHO
Dan N - 02/21/2015



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Although could be a little tighter where tie down pinches to bed sidewall,they work great. They are stout,strong and well made. There is little front to back side to side movement. With a good set of turnbuckles, camper sits good.without fabbing the bracket myself I would highly reccomend .


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  • Will Brophy Camper Tie Downs Work on 2020 Chevy Silverado 2500 Long Bed
    Yes, the Brophy camper tie downs part # HSSF that you referenced can fit truck bed that have plastic bed rail covers like your 2020 Chevy Silverado 2500. I attached a picture that shows them installed on a bed rail that has the covers like you mentioned. For hardware to attach the tie downs to the camper we have the # TDHP as well.
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  • Can the Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs Be Used On a Ford F-150 with Aluminum Bed
    We have spoken with Brophy in the past and for a Ford F-150 with aluminum body such as your 2017 model they recommend using the Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs part # HSSF. There won't be any issues with these tie downs and an aluminum bed so long as you are not exceeding other figures such as payload capacity etc. In order to secure the truck bed camper to these tie-downs you will also need the Brophy Basic Turnbuckles w/ Hardware for Camper Tie-Downs part # TDHP. Although certainly...
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  • Will the Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs HSSF Fit a 2012 GMC Sierra 1500
    Yes, the Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs part # HSSF will fit a 2007-2014 GMC Sierra 1500 so they will work just fine on your 2012. The tie-downs will not be able to be installed at the very front and rear of the bed but this is due to the design of your bed rather than an issue with the tie-downs. That said, the turn buckles don't need to be perfectly straight so this won't be an issue. If you don't have turn buckles, I recommend the Brophy Basic Turnbuckles w/ Hardware part # TDHP. The...
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  • Would Brophy Camper Tie Downs Fit 2006 Toyota Tundra
    CR Brophy, the manufacturer of the # HSSF tie downs did not test fit on the 2006 Toyota Tundra, so they can neither confirm or deny the fit. I was told that if the bed is single walled and the lip under the bed side is at least 2 inches wide, the tie town should fit (see photo). Torklift offers tie-downs that are a confirmed fit, you can see the different fits available by clicking the provided link.
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  • Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs Compatibility with Double Wall Truck Bed
    As long as the double wall still allows for the clamp on the underside of your bed rail, the Brophy Tie-Downs # HSSF will work. The brace on the bottom is adjustable so it will account for the additional wall on the inside of the bed. If you don't have that lip, they you may want to instead consider the Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4 # TDSF which won't utilize that lip or the inside of the bed. Then you can simply use the...
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  • Why are Frame Mounted Camper Tie Downs for 2018 Ford F-250 More Expensive
    Brophy has a stake pocket mounted tie down setup that fits your 2018 Ford F-250 short bed with the part # HSWB but the # HSSF you referenced is not listed as a fit. Stake pocket tie downs are more universal in the trucks they fit, are a simpler design, and not quite as secure as the frame mounted styles which is why the cost of them is lower. They work but in general people prefer the frame attachment style since it's a much more secure attachment as the frame of the truck is much stronger...
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  • Will Brophy Camper Tie-Downs # HSSF Fit 2008 Tundra CrewMax 4x4 5-1/2 Ft Bed and Factory Hitch
    The Brophy Camper Tie-Downs, # HSSF, are designed to be a universal type fit and will work for most pick-up trucks. Unfortunately there is not a specific vehicle list that they will fit so you will have to go by the measurements of the tie downs and the installation instructions to determine if they will work for your 2008 Toyota Tundra. For a custom design that is confirmed to fit your Tundra, take a look at the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs, # TLT2307 and # TLT3304.
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  • Do Brophy Camper Hold Downs Black Powder Coat, Part # HSSF, Stress Truck Bed Top Rails?
    The Brophy Camper Hold Downs, Part # HSSF, install without drilling and use the included padded T-bar hardware to evenly distribute forces downward and inward toward the inside of the truck bed. The top rail itself bears only some of the load from the tie-down points since most stress is distributed to the inside of the bed. I have attached the installation instructions for this item for your review. You will want to review this part for compatibility with your specific year/make/model...
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  • Would Brophy Camper Tie Downs Fit 2002 Toyota Tundra
    CR Brophy, the manufacturer of the # HSSF tie downs did not test fit on the 2002 Toyota Tundra, so they can neither confirm or deny the fit. I was told that if the bed is single walled and the lip under the bed side is at least 2 inches wide, the tie town should fit (see photo). Then for a hardware kit you would need the part # TDHP.
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  • Camper Tie Down Recommendation for 2017 Toyota Tundra
    For tie-downs that will work in your 2017 Toyota Tundra with a 6-1/2 foot bed you will want the Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs # HSSF. For a hardware kit to secure the tie downs to the camper you would want the part # TDHP.
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  • Camper Tie Down Recommendation for a 2006 Ford F-350 Dually
    The # HSSF should work well as a tie down system for your 2006 Ford F-350. But you may want to check out # TDSF to see which would work better for your application. I contacted our representative at Brophy about the differences between the Tie Down Anchor, part # TDSF, and the Camper Tie Down, part # HSSF. Part # TDSF can be used on campers that have a total length of up to 8 feet in length. Part # HSSF can be used on any size campers. Part # TDSF mounts into the stake pocket,...
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  • Do Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs Have A Weight Capacity
    There is no weight capacity for the Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs # HSSF. The tie-down hardware kit # TDHP, that is used to secure the camper to the # HSSF tie-downs has a weight capacity of 3,000-lbs. My contact at Brophy said the tie-downs will handle the camper and the concern would be if the truck capacity was not able to handle it, but with an F-350 you should have no issue. Since the front tie-down is behind the camper tie-down, the rear tie-down must be forward of...
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  • Will Brophy Camper Tie Down HSSF Fit 2011 Ford F-150
    While we don't have feedback for the # HSSF on your 2011 Ford F-150 positive or negative we have recommended these for several customers with F-150s similar to yours and have not heard back saying they didn't fit. Typically people are more likely to leave feedback when something doesn't work so in this case I would say that no news is, "good news." For the hardware kit to attach the camper to the tie downs you would also want the part # TDHP.
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  • Comparing Brophy Camper Tie Downs # HSSF and # HSAB
    The Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4 # HSSF and the Brophy Clamp On Camper Tie-Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4 # HSAB will be equally strong. I reached out to my contact at the manufacturer and they said the tie down strength will be limited by your vehicle and that the only difference between these tie downs is the tab and where it connects. I've attached videos of both products for you.
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  • Recommended Camper Tie-Downs For 2017 Ford F-350 Super Duty Truck
    We do have camper tie-downs other than the Torklift, but there are several restrictions for their use. One of the tie-downs is part # HSSF. These clamp onto the bed rails of your truck. The restrictions are the bed rail cannot exceed 5-1/2 inches wide, and they require at least 2 inches of space beneath the bed rail, and they are not compatible with trucks that have drop-in bed liners, plastic bed rails, double-walled beds, or step side trucks. I have attached a photo that shows how...
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  • Do Brophy Camper Tie Downs have a Weight Capacity Rating
    There is no weight capacity rating on the camper tie downs # HSSF and they will work for any camper size that is properly sized for your truck. The weight capacity will be on the Brophy Camper Tie Down Hardware Package, part # TDHP that is used to attach the camper to the tie downs. The hardware package has a weight capacity of 3,000 lbs.
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  • Will Brophy Camper Hold Downs Scratch Paint of Vehicle
    When installed the Camper Hold Downs part # HSSF that you referenced would not contact the sides of your truck bed so you wouldn't have to worry about them scratching anything. When used with the hardware kit # TDHP the camper will be adequately secured to the bed of your truck. Frame mounted hold downs would provide a stronger attachment point. But at the same time we have had zero issues with the Brophy hold downs allowing the camper to slide out the back of the truck.
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  • Will the Camper Hold Downs, # HSSF Fit a 1975 Rancho El Rae and Ford F-250
    The Camper Hold Downs, # HSSF, will work with any camper that is a fit for your truck. These hold downs do have some limitations as to what trucks they will fit. If your truck bed is a step side or has a double wall, they will not fit. However it is likely that it will work for you. Take a look at the installation pictures I have included for you. I also recommend using the camper tie down hardware package, # TDHP.
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  • Camper Tie-Down Fit For 2007 Toyota Tundra
    The Brophy Camper Hold Down # HSSF is a more universal fit style camper tie-down. We unfortunately do not have test fit information on them, and have not had the chance to install them ourselves on a 2007 or same generation Toyota Tundra. We did have a customer purchase the # HSSF for his 2000 Tundra, and he did not have any issues with them fitting over the sidewall of his truck bed. The # HSSF comes with 4 camper tie-downs. We do offer custom fit camper tie-downs for your 2007...
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  • Weight Limit For Brophy Camper Hold Down # HSSF On 1995 Ford F-250 Longbed
    After speaking to my contact at Brophy, she informed me the Brophy Camper Hold Down # HSSF technically does not have a weight range. This product is limited only by the weight capacity of your 1995 Ford F-250, so you will need to consult your vehicle owners guide to find the weight limit of your cargo bed. You will also need to ensure there is at least 2 inches of space between the truck bed interior wall and the lip of the bed in order for the hold downs to fit properly. I have included...
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  • Will the Brophy Camper Hold Downs # HSSF Work with a Pop Up Truck Bed Camper
    The Brophy Camper Hold Downs, part # HSSF, will be able to handle a pop up truck bed camper. We even had a customer comment that it worked great with his Palomino pop up camper in his Ford F-250. If you are interested in these hold downs, there are a few things to consider. First, this hold down willl not fit step side beds, double wall beds or dually models. It will also not fit the 2004 to 2008 Ford F-150 as well as some import trucks. To use these tie downs, you must have a minimum...
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  • How to Connect Camper Tie Downs to Camper
    The HSSF hold down brackets would use the Tie Down Hardware Package, part # TDHP, which includes hooks, chain and turnbuckles. The tie down hardware would typically attach to existing eye bolts built into the underside of camper. If your camper does not have such an attachment point, you can add them, as long as they attach to the frame of the camper. The Steel flanges shown in the photo you provided could be used as attachment points for the hardware if they are connected to the camper...
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  • How Tight to Make # HSSF Turnbuckles for 1997 F-250 Carrying 9-Foot 2500-lb Slide in Truck Camper
    The Brophy Camper Tie Downs # HSSF that you referenced do not carry a specific weight or torque capacity since this really is a consideration for the truck that is hosting the slide-in camper. The turnbuckle hardware included in this kit should be hand-tightened as much as you need to, but no tools should need to be used. My contact at Brophy pointed out that, as noted in the instructions that I have linked for you, the front holdowns should be positioned as far forward as possible...
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  • Spring Loaded or Rigid Turnbuckles for CR Brophy # HSSF Truck Bed Camper Tie-Down
    Brophy recommends using their rigid tie down hardware kit, part # TDHP, as their tie downs provide a small amount of flex.
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  • Fit of # HSSF Truck Bed Camper Tie Downs for 2016 Ford F150
    According to my contact at CR Brophy Machine Works, their # HSSF truck bed camper tie-downs are compatible with the 2016 Ford F150. You'd also need the hardware package, part # TDHP, which includes the hooks, turnbuckles and lengths of chain to connect the tie downs to the camper.
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  • Availability of Truck Bed Camper Tie-Downs for 2010 Nissan Frontier SE 4x4
    Your best bet would be tie-downs from Torklift. These tie-downs are a confirmed fit for your truck. If your truck has a 6 Foot bed and is a Crew Cab or King Cab - without board or step underneath truck bed and without a hitch, part # TLN2409 for front, and # TLN3403 for the rear. If you have a 6 Foot bed with Crew Cab or King Cab - without board or step underneath truck bed and with an aftermarket hitch, use part # TLN2409 for the front and # TLR3500 for the rear. The Brophy #...
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