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TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Front

TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Front

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Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Inserts slide into frame-mounted brackets for use and easily remove for a clean, unobtrusive look. Custom designed for your vehicle. Call 800-298-8924 to order TorkLift camper tie-downs part number TLF2000 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all TorkLift products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Front. Camper Tie-Downs reviews from real customers.
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TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - TLF2000

  • Front Tie-Downs
  • TorkLift
  • Frame-Mounted
  • Powder Coated Steel

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Inserts slide into frame-mounted brackets for use and easily remove for a clean, unobtrusive look. Custom designed for your vehicle.


Features:

  • Tie-downs provide attachment points at the front of your truck bed for securing a bed-mounted camper
    • Rear tie-downs sold separately
  • Frame-mounted design ensures excellent handling
    • Securing camper to truck's base instead of its bed better distributes weight to keep setup from being too top-heavy
  • Virtually undetectable when they're not in use
    • Tie-down inserts can be easily removed from frame-mounted receiver brackets with included pins
  • Custom fit for your vehicle
    • Brackets fit tight to truck frame - no loss of ground clearance
  • Powder coated steel construction
  • 2 Front tie-down inserts, frame brackets, and necessary hardware included
  • Made in the USA
  • Lifetime warranty


F2000 Tork Lift Tie Down - Front Frame Mount



This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

  • 1981 - 1983 Ford F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350 F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1984 - 1991 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1992 - 1996 Ford F-250 and F-350 F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1997 - 1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1981 - 1983 Ford F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350 F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1984 - 1991 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1992 - 1996 Ford F-250 and F-350 F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1997 - 1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty F-250 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1981 - 1983 Ford F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1984 - 1991 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1992 - 1996 Ford F-250 and F-350 F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1997 - 1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1981 - 1983 Ford F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1984 - 1991 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1992 - 1996 Ford F-250 and F-350 F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1997 - 1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty F-350 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1981 - 1983 Ford F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1984 - 1991 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1992 - 1996 Ford F-250 and F-350 F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1997 - 1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1981 - 1983 Ford F-100, F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1984 - 1991 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1992 - 1996 Ford F-250 and F-350 F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch
  • 1997 - 1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty F-350 with 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch



Video of TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Front

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Video Transcript for TorkLift Front Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're going to be taking a look at TorkLift's line of custom frame mounted camper tie downs for the front. You want to verify here at etrailer.com using our fit guide, which ones work best for your vehicle. There are sets also available that will fit your vehicle available for the rear. These custom mounted brackets are going to provide an easy attachment point to hook up your camper.What's additionally great about those is that they have the removable ends. So when you're not using it, they'll be hidden away, and your vehicle will look like factory. The custom mounted brackets we're engineered to provide you with the best location for your tie down point to even distribute the load.

So, once they're attached, and adjusted. This'll keep your camper from being too top heavy. This'll increase the overall ride quality while you're campers attached, and the safety. It's made of a durable steel with a black powder coat finish, which'll ensure that you have a strong attachment point, and it'll be highly resistant to corrosion.When you are ready to use them, you can just slide in the attachment point. There's two points here to attach your turn buckles, and here on the shaft there are two points that will give you an adjustment inward, and outward, to specifically fit your camper.

So, you can use this hole for a wider camper, or this hole for an aero camper. Once you've got your appropriate hole, slide the pin through, and bring the latch over, and lock it in place. Then you can attach your turn buckles.Now if you need some turn buckles you can pick them up here at etrailer.com. There are many a different styles. From chain types, to quick attach lever types.

Our style is going to a be a threaded rod type that will hook to your camper, and down to our attachment point. We'll adjust it snug by turning our turn buckle here. With our passenger side done, we'll repeat that same step on our driver's side.Compared to stake pocket, our bumper mounted camper tie downs, frame mounted tie downs will provide better handling. They also mount out of sight, giving your truck a cleaner look, because the custom fit brackets secure tight against your trucks frame there is no loss of ground clearance. That completes our look at TorkLift's line of custom frame mounted camper tie downs for the front..


Customer Reviews

TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Front - TLF2000

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (503 Customer Reviews)

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Inserts slide into frame-mounted brackets for use and easily remove for a clean, unobtrusive look. Custom designed for your vehicle.

- TLF2000
by:

These are good hold downs. They were installed without a problem. Be sure to have a very sharp drill bit, as the truck frame is hard material. I am happy with the product. 718751



- TLF2000
by:

The black finish is of good quality. The fitment was okay and went together easy enough. Directions are adequate. The “recessed” position is 2” outboard of the body. I bought these hoping for a more tucked under fit when out of use. The upper bolt supplied for the front bracket to J-bolt is too short. Barely gets on 2 threads for the install, let alone washers. I’ll have to go buy1/2”x 4” bolts for the upper. For 680 bucks, I expect a more thoughtful direct fitment and all the hardware to be appropriate for the selected installation 666892



- TLF2000
by:
1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty

High quality product. TorkLift customer support is excellent. They mistakenly sent me two left inserts for the tie-downs. A quick call to customer support and they sent the correct part right out. Photo shows camper and truck before installation of TorkLift tie_downs. 604386



- TLF2000
by:
1997 Ford F-250 and F-350 Heavy Duty

Great customer service at TorkLift. They accidentally sent me two left sides for the rear tie-down insert. A quick call to them and they sent the correct part right out. 604382



- TLF2000
by:
1995 Ford F-250 and F-350

Received my order a day earlier than I was expecting, everything looks good so far, haven't done the install as of yet but after watching the video from your website on how to install the tie downs it looks like a no brainer, thank you for the good service. 575091


Comments
great
Timothy C - 10/18/2019

62913

- TLF2021
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Adam was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. What a refreshing change in a world where customer service is going down hill. I'm 100% a fan of etrailer.com! 903944



- TLC2202
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Installed perfect on a Chevy Silverado 1500HD with 5.5 in frame in the rear. 864180



- TLF2021
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Great customer service and communication. Thanks Noah 718142



- TLD2127
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Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


A thank you from Quebec !!! The site is very functional. The information is relevant and the follow-up is personalized. I received my items in good condition For these, it's a matter of bolting them to the frame of the truck and are used to maintain a camper carried in place. Tie down # Code = TLD2127, TLD3109 The other items are ''airbags'' to reinforce the suspension on my Ram 2500 team cabin, 8 feet box with foot steps that extend to the box, year 2014. code = F2706 I highly recommend. Looking forward (to doing more business with you) !! Un merci du Québec!!! Le site est très fonctionnel. Les informations sont pertinentes et le suivi est personnalisé. J'ai reçu mes articles en bon état Il s'agit de fixations boulonnées au cadre du camion qui servent à maintenir une caravane portée en place. # des fixations: Code=TLD2127,TLD3109 L'autre item sont des ´´balounes'´ pour renforcer la suspension sur mon Ram 2500 cabine d'equipe, boîte 8 pieds avec des marches pieds qui se prolongent jusqu'à la boîte, année 2014. code=F2706 Je recommande fortement. Au plaisir!! 488008



- TLF2012
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Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Bolts right on excellent instructions 598355



- TLD2124
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Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Installation took roughly 1.5hrs, with drivers' side being more of a challenge. Couldn't have taken the 2 factory bed bolts out without an pneumatic impact wrench (and 18mm socket) and a needle nosed vice-grip was key in holding the front welded nut bar while treading the bolt into it. Also, note the driver' and passenger's are slightly different in angles (the instructions could be better to identify which is which, or at least each one marked as such). Looks good and solid! Very happy with the product design and the overall instructions. The corresponding D3109 (rear tie-downs) were very simple installation (~1hr), however the pneumatic impact was definitely needed to take out the 6 factory bolts. 642389


Comments
The tie down continues to work out great for our camper.
Jeff F - 05/16/2020

76680

- TLF2011
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Etrailer delivery was great. The torklift product F2011 on my 2010 F250 went along very easy, for a mildly experienced homeowner. One issue on the product. The 5/8 Hook Brackets that attach the device to the frame. I needed to use a metal file at a weld point so the 1/2 inch bolt would pass through. Torklift quality control really should have caught this issue. No big deal to correct with a metal file. May have held me up 5 minutes. Another issue with the product I found several pinpoint areas on the standard bent inserts that if left would break the skin. A tap with a wrench which was handy knocked them down. Just a finish issue. Looking forward to my Truck Camper in a couple of months when my custom built will be complete. On the bright side of the Torklift F2011 it went on with none of the problems seen on youtube. No fishing for bolts. Maybe it is just the 2010 Ford F250 build that fit well but made all the difference. 335994



- TLF2021
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Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


I have a 2018 model F450 so was a little hesitant due to the year not coming up as an option. The fit was fine with perfect alignment, though, and the extensions worked with the open backed factory running boards. I assume the finish was fine at the factory but there was some scuffing on the parts by the time they got to my door. The work around for getting the bolts situated in a boxed frame was a bit of a pain. Unlike the videos where the tech walks up to the frame on a lift, most guys will end up on their backs under the truck trying to feed little wires through at an angle from hole to hole. Hint: I used a small flex gripper to grab the "threads" and pulled the puller. It was a little stiffer and more manageable. Ever think of a heavy duty winged bolt similar to those used for drywall? That would make the installation much easier. 506254


Comments
Okay
Thomas - 05/16/2019

55336

- TLF2012
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Directions to install were very good. Had to drill a 7/16" hole through 1/4" steel on each side of the leaf spring hanger bracket (no fun at all). Driver side install has perfect alignment. Passenger side would not align horizontal to ground like driver side. Emailed customer service and they responded quickly and effectively. They provided and alternative which made the alignment better but not as good as the driver side. Still functional. Not very happy with the finish. The paint (powder coat) was the worst and kept peeling off everywhere. A spray-can of Rustoleum made it all good! 716909



- TLF2021
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Product works great, takes a little time to install in closed channel frame but not bad. I would recommend product and Etrailer. 561950



- TLC2217
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Jason was great to work with on getting the proper camper tie downs for my truck as it was a new truck and was a bit confused as to the proper application. I had them installed within an hour. Even an armature bolt twister could do this! I have used my camper a lot since putting these on my truck and will tell you these are THE MOST SECURE ANCHORS I have ever used on any of my trucks PERIOD! You will not make a bad decision going with this product. I recommend these tie downs over any product available! I Don't normally give recommendations or endorse products. These I am truly impressed with. 802311



- TLF2021
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


I've had these installed about a year now. Have been on trips from Missouri to California and back and another trip to Wyoming/Colorado.New Mexico and back. Tie downs worked as expected. The installation isn't too bad, having someone to help makes the installation easier. The one thing that could be better is that you have to fish bolts thru the frame to install these -- that wasn't too bad but I'm not sure how you would ever get them back out to move to another vehicle. I trade pickups every few years and would want to move them from one to the other. I guess I'll cross that bridge when the time comes. 633577


Comments
Ok its been another year. The tiedowns are still working great. I did sell 2018 F250 and managed to fish the bolts back thru the frame. A couple of them I had to cut a slot into the end of the bolt to hold it with a screw driver while loosening the nut. It would be helpful if the threaded end had a slot or smaller head on it for a wrench. I just bought a 2020 F350 Dually that these will go back on in a few weeks.
Max - 05/12/2020

76385

- TLF2021
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


We couldn't be happier with the Torklift Camper Tiedowns. Install time was minimal and fit and finish couldn't be better. Bolt fishing the frame on the passenger-side of a 2017 F350, is slightly different than the instructions suggest. But, you can't blame Torklift for not being able to keep up with every Ford engineer who gets a wild hair, to slot a new hole in the frame on Friday @ beer-thirty. For any buyers who have an F350, SRW, long box, with running boards that extend into the bed: don't panic! Even though the drop down menu doesn't give you the option, the Torklift: TLF2021 kit will still clear the step PERFECTLY! (See picture) Thanks again, etrailer. Ordering was a breeze, the package tracker was awesome and communication was excellent. 411185



- TLF2022
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Installed on my 2020 F250 Supeduty, they were easy to install. They were missing a few pieces of hardware but etrailer got the parts shipped out the next day. The front driver side plate did take a little puzzle like twisting to get around the brake lines but wasn’t really that difficult. I also purchased the rear tie downs and they are even easier to install. The front and rear took about 3 hours total to install. I only needed to buy a 32mm socket for the suspension bolt. 906748



- TLF2011
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Great product. Install was pretty easy. The only snag was trying to tighten the nut on the bolt that you use the fish wire for on the front driver side. There's no way to hold the head of the bolt while you're tightening the nut so I used a pry bar between the frame and the receiver plate to create tension on the bolt and hold it while I tightened the nut. Also, remember to disengage your parking break before installing the front driver side so that the cable is loose. 504795



- TLF2021
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


I installed the four tie downs by myself in a little over an hour this morning. Good instructions and an easy installation. 617808



- TLF2022
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


1 year in - working great. Install was straightforward. Arrived in good shape and timely. 625690



- TLF2011
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


Nicole at etrailer was sharp and the products - 5 stars for her The Torklift instruction pictures are poor - look like they have been copied 100 times. Front brackets were fairly straight forward - but had to remove a skid plate and loosen the fuel tank to install the drivers side. Rear brackets needed to drill holes. T L should provide a drill template. Haven’t used with the camper yet. 765289



- TLC2219
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


I am satisfied with my purchase of the TLC2219 tie down system for my camper. It was installed on my 2014 Chevy diesel. The front set did require two pairs of hands to get the nuts and bolts in place. 606545



- TLC2220
by:

Review from a similar Frame-Mounted Front in Camper Tie-Downs


I bought the TLC2220 for a low profile pop up cabover camper which I had for another Chevy 3/4 ton truck. The prior truck utilized a different attachment but was not available for my current 2012 Chevy truck. The TLC220 offers an excellent attachment point that is made out of thick well made steel and covered with a nice black powder coating. The instructions that came with the product should be thrown away. Pictures are poor, verbiage is incomplete and large gaps in the actual application. The saving grace is the video from etrailer. This is a great video. Complete, simple with no gaps and tells you exactly what the difficulties might be. This video even called out the socket sizes. Unfortunately the mate to this; the TLC 3212 rear mounts has a poor video with again gaps in application. And... again the TLC3212 written instructions is just fireplace starter material. 814560


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Ask the Experts about this TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs

  • Which Torklift Tie Downs are Correct Fit for 1996 Ford F-250
    Thanks for all the info on your 1996 Ford F-250! The correct tie downs are the part numbers # TLF2000 and # TLR3501 that you mentioned! This is the best option available for your truck so I would recommend it the highest.
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  • Front and Rear Tie-Downs for a 1996 Ford F-350 8 Bed and Running Boards Under Cab Only
    There are 2 different options for your 1996 Ford F-350 8' Bed with running boards and they just depend on what kind of trailer hitch you have installed on your pickup. The correct front mount tie-downs are in the part # TLF2000. If you have the Torklift SuperHitch part # TLF1000 installed then the correct rear tie-downs are in the part # TLR3503. For any other aftermarket hitch (or none at all) then the correct rear tie-downs are in the part # TLR3501. These are compatible with the dual...
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  • Recommended Camper Tie-Downs for 1997 Ford F-350
    For your 1997 Ford F-350, it sounds like you are seeking the camper tie-downs for an in-bed camper. I recommend the HappiJac Truck-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs # LC182910-182971 which will give you both the front and rear attachments confirmed to fit both long and short bed models of your specific truck. Then you can use the HappiJac Original Turnbuckles for Camper Tie-Downs - Stainless Steel - Qty 4 # LC182898 or the Quik-Load Turnbuckeles # LC182895.
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  • Recommended Trailer Hitch With Extension For 1997 Ford F-250 With Camper And Boat Trailer
    Yes. The TorkLift SuperHitch is the only brand that accepts the custom fram mounted camper tie downs. For your 1997 Ford F-250, the hitch receiver you would need is the TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class V - Dual 2" Receivers # TLF1000. You would not need to modify your exhaust or move your spare, you would only need to temporarily move for installation. The only 21 inch extension that will not reduce a hitch capacity by 50% is the TorkLift SuperTruss...
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