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Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4

Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted 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. Tie-downs mount in your truck's stake pockets. Sturdy steel has a corrosion-resistant black powder coat finish. Turnbuckles sold separately. Call 800-298-1624 to order Brophy camper tie-downs part number TDSF or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Brophy products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted 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 - TDSF

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

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Tie-downs mount in your truck's stake pockets. Sturdy steel has a corrosion-resistant black powder coat finish. Turnbuckles sold separately.


Features:

  • Tie-downs provide attachment points for securing your camper to your truck bed
  • Anchor tab prevents movement by securing tie-downs to the truck bed side rails
  • 3 Removable spacers allow for a tight fit in the stake pockets
  • Strong and durable steel construction
  • Black powder coat finish is corrosion resistant
  • Quick and easy permanent installation
    • Mounts in stake pockets
    • Drilling is required
  • 4 Camper tie-downs and necessary hardware included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: most full-size, non-dually pickup trucks with straight fenders and single-wall construction
    • Model years up to and including 2010
  • Compatibility: works with truck bed campers with an overall length up to 8'
  • Stake length: 5-1/2"
  • Dimensions: 5-1/2" tall x 1-7/8" wide x 3/8" thick
  • 1-Year limited warranty


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Installation

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Installing these stake-pocket-mounted camper tie-downs is simple. Just place the tie-downs in the stake pockets of your truck with the tabs facing the center of your truck bed. Then drill 2 holes through both the pocket and the tie-down and use the included hardware to secure each tie-down to your truck. You will also need to drill through the top of the rail to secure the anchor tab of the tie-down.


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.



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Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4 - TDSF

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (196 Customer Reviews)

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Tie-downs mount in your truck's stake pockets. Sturdy steel has a corrosion-resistant black powder coat finish. Turnbuckles sold separately.

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So far so good! I installed the Brophy's on my small For Ranger pickup to facilitate a small Northstar 600 Popup Camper. They work well and are solid. I also added four straps, one on each corner for extra stability. I don't even know if I need them. But it rides well and holds tight! I probably would hesitate if I had a larger camper on a standard sized pickup truck though.



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I was hesitant about getting these because I wasn't sure if they would fit. I have a '65 Chevy C-10 and was concerned they would not work because any more, everything is about all the new vehicles on the road, not the oldies. But after consulting with the people at etrailer, I ordered them and couldn't have been happier. I did have to remove the metal tabs (they pry off), but after that, I measured, marked, drilled, and installed the tie-downs in about 20 minutes tops. Loaded the camper and the tie downs worked great. Took it camping 4 times so far and the tie downs are still solid as a rock. Thanks etrailer!



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Overall, very simple and easy to install the Brophy tie downs. The hardware was honestly garbage.. weak grade that undoubtedly would not hold up to this weight and movement. Used heavy duty bolts to secure it to bed rails and stake pocket. So far, 200 miles driven in snow without much movement, but a bit worried about the longevity of the tie downs. This camper will stay permanently in the bed of the truck, so I will throw in some through bolts into the bed of the truck (peace of mind). Turn buckles seem to be good (other than a factory snag that sliced me open). So far happy with the product, could have been made a bit better for an extra cost; I definitely would have paid more for a two sided stake pocket bolt through. With only one tab for mounting to top side of bed rails this seems excessively weak.. do you see the gap in the stake pocket? It was seated when drilling and lagging it down. Started to turn under pressure.



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Installed easily. Had to us longer bolts for the back two posts on my 2003 Dodge Ram 2500 4X4 Quad Cab. Also, had to trim some the factory plastic bed liner. No big deal. I took it for a test drive and one of the back brackets seems to twist a bit. I loosed the turnbuckles a little and it is better. I guess I had them too tight. I will be taking the camper on a mini-getaway and will add any new developments. So far, very happy with the product!



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I have put 6,000 miles on this system in one year. Easy to install (SWF - did it myself) and maintain.



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Bought these to mount a 1959 Sport King camper on a 1998 Chevy C2500 Silverado. Had to chisel every spacer plate off of them to mount but other than that, the fit and finish is great, installation was easy and they look good on the truck even without the camper on it.



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The power coat is to thin my parts have a lot of bare metal showing they don't want to stay tie to truck bed but they work will they well place easy to get to to check tightness of camper they don't stick out where you run in to them and price is good



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Hi Lori B Well yes I have them they do fit ( I did read they are not recommended with a dully) but I do think it will be Ok. If they fail I will have a bigger problem , and they are real solid in the pockets. I have not finished the install yet, so pictures are not available. Bill R



- TDSF
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After a few slight modifications the brophy camper tie downs worked like a champ!



- TDSF
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Didn't end up using these tie downs. I got the clamp on style instead. These were really difficult to mount into the bed stakes. The 1998 F150 has a double wall at the bed stake pocket and the screws to hold the tie downs would not reach. My bed stakes looked like swiss cheese trying to drill and tap the screws into the pockets and tie downs. Get the clamp on style and don't try these. May work on other brands and years just fine, would work great if your stake pocket was single walled.



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This set of Brophy stake pocket tie downs came with a note in the instructions that they would not work for any vehicle newer than a 2011. My RAM 2500 has the ABS bed caps on the side. I removed them and enlarged the stake pocket holes using the pre-stamped template on the bed caps. Once I reinstalled the bed caps, the camper tie downs dropped into the stake pockets. I had read other reviews that the lag bolts were prone to stripping out. So I drilled 3/8" holes through the bedside and through the camper tie downs. Then I welded a 3/8" nut on the backside of the camper tie downs. Now all is well and secure. I think this is a good product, and I prefer it over the Brophy camper tie downs that clamp to the lip of the bed. I just wish there was a securement method that didn't involve lag bolts.


Comments
Im still very pleased with the product
Jim K - 10/17/2017



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Have held up perfectly even going 4WD up in the mountains.



- TDSF
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Thanks folks, exactly what I wanted! Easy install, now my camper is secure!



- TDSF
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Great product and reasonably priced. I made a few modifications because I didn’t think they were secure enough on the truck They are now bolted on in 2 places to ease my mind. Pics attached



- TDSF
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The stake pockets were easy to install with the hardware provided. The dealer I purchased my camper from asked where I had gotten the mounts and I told him about etrailer.com and he was impressed with the mount and tie-down package as an economical package. My only wish was that the powder-coating on the mounts would have been a little nicer, or the packaging a little better. There was a noticeable amount of nicks and scratches in the paint that detract from the appearance. Nothing that affects performance, just cosmetic appeal.


Comments
The Tie-down brackets and tie-down hardware kit are working fine. They are a good, inexpensive solution for securing my camper to my pick-up.I appreciate the follow-up. You folks are great to work with.
Phill S - 08/31/2016



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These are probably fine if you don't mind drilling holes in your truck bed and starting a rust spot. I cut the flat bar off the rest and welded it to some tubing that fit in my stake pocket and threaded a hole in the tubing to match the hole already formed in the pocket from th factory. Much stronger attachment and no place for rust to begin.



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Installed easily and has worked well



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Perfect for my old truck.



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The work as expected. They are what they describe nothing fancy. They just work



- TDSF
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Great for use on the 85 Chevy dually. Fit was ok, held the medium four star camper pretty good. Not sure if want them holding a medium or large camper on a newer truck, the thick sheet metal on the old trucks aide the brackets. The brackets themselves are sturdy and I bet would not been before the truck or camper broke in half.


Comments
Great, finish is durable. Still function properly, did not cause wear on the truck
Dennis B - 03/30/2019



- TDSF
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The tie downs arrived quickly and were what I expected them to be with a reasonable price. My only suggestion might be to sell them in pairs instead of 4's. I have an application where I only need 2....Otherwise the etrailer site has worked very well for me.


Comments
Still love etrailer. The tie downs turned to be at the wrong angleposition for my camper so I went another route. But the mistake was mine, so Im keeping them, I have a friend who intends to use them.
DB - 03/20/2015



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I am sitting in my slide in truck camper at a Rockport Maine campground. I just got a new truck and had to put these Brophy stake tie downs on before a scheduled trip, so I was in a hurry. The woman who took my order over the phone was extremely helpful and clearly wanted to help me to the best of her ability. The parts came on time as needed, with no delivery charge. This hardware is very nice, high quality stuff and it went on exactly as the video on the website demonstrated. I hauled my slide-in up here 250 miles and five hours and that camper stuck to the bed like glue. I am very happy all around with etrailer and Brophy for a great product and excellent service, I will definitely be using them when I need parts in the future.



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The instructions said to drill a 7/32 hole through stake pocket and product then secure with lag screws. However the lag screws kept breaking so I enlarged the holes put in rivet nuts and secured using 5/16-18 bolts and the are now very stable and secure. It also stated to drill a 9/32 hole through the lip of the truck and install a nut and bolt. Again I installed rivet nuts and secured with a 5/16-18 bolt. This turned out to be much easier than the recommended procedure.



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Nice quality but they don't fit our pic kup.



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These installed alright. Need a good drill bit, and maybe two people, but I did it by myself. I will say that while these are quality, I chose not to use them for my truck camper. Not because of their quality, but because where they are meant to be mounted is not a good area of the truck to rely on safely tying down a truck camper. The wall of the sheet metal used on my 2002 Ford f250 that these were mounted too, was waaaaay to flimsy! Mount your truck camper with a frame mounted design and call it good. You're gonna have to spend more money you probably don't have, but believe me when I tell ya, these are OK to use for tying a good many things down, like atv, utv, etc...but a full sized truck camper? NO WAY!


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    We had a customer use Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs # TDSF on a 2005 Toyota Tundra and they worked but that was the generation before yours. Brophy doesn't provide a fit list but only states that they fit most full-size, non-dually pickup trucks with straight fenders and single-wall construction. The orange truck in the pictures is a perfect example. For these tie downs we also recommend hardware kit # TDHP. Another option is custom tie downs that mount to the truck...
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  • Will Brophy Camper Tie Downs # TDSF Fit a 1999 Ford F-350 Super Duty Dually
    The Brophy Camper Tie Downs, part # TDSF, that you have referenced can be used on campers that are up to 8 feet in length. There is no weight capacity rating on the camper tie downs and they will work on your 1999 Ford F-350 Super Duty Dually with a properly sized camper for your vehicle which is less than 8 foot in length. The Brophy # TDSF tie downs are a universal application for full-size trucks.These tie downs come with hardware to mount them to your truck, but you will also need...
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