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TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Front

TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Front

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Get the safest and most comfortable ride while hauling your camper with tie-downs that mount on the frame of your pickup. Great for your truck's looks: remove the arms from the brackets and you'll hardly know that the brackets are there. 1-800-940-8924 to order TorkLift camper tie-downs part number TLF2011 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all TorkLift products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Front. Camper Tie-Downs reviews from real customers.
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TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs

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

Get the safest and most comfortable ride while hauling your camper with tie-downs that mount on the frame of your pickup. Great for your truck's looks: remove the arms from the brackets and you'll hardly know that the brackets are there.


Features:

  • Creates attachment points for securing your camper to your truck bed
    • Pairs with rear tie-downs (sold separately)
    • Requires turnbuckles (sold separately) to attach camper to tie-downs
  • Ensures excellent handling by distributing camper's weight evenly and lowering its center of gravity
    • Avoids a top-heavy setup that would be vulnerable to strong winds and sway
  • Remains virtually invisible beneath your vehicle
    • Remove the arms and you'll hardly know the brackets are there
  • Adjusts for simple, secure connection to camper
    • Extend arms out from truck body to clear bowed sidewalls and fenders
    • Choose between 2 anchor holes to get the best angle for a secure hold
  • Made of black powder coated steel to resist corrosion
  • Mounts tight to your vehicle's frame - minimal loss of ground clearance
    • Uses pre-existing holes in the frame - little to no drilling required
  • Includes 2 front tie-downs and installation hardware
  • Made in the USA
  • Lifetime warranty


A Safe Ride is a Comfortable Ride

If you're looking for the best tie-downs for your camper, frame-mounted is the way to go. The frame is the most solid part of your entire vehicle, so it just makes sense to attach your camper to something that's not going to warp, bend, or twist. Even more importantly, the camper's center of gravity will sit lower and its weight will be spread across the entire bed. This avoids a top-heavy load perched on top of your bed rails that's liable to sway and get pushed around by crosswinds. The camper's not going to shift or slide around while you drive; it's going to stay put, and your truck is going to handle just like it does without a camper.


Quick Tip: If you have a plastic or spray-in bed liner, it's important that you use a rubber mat under the camper to eliminate any sliding or bouncing.


Don't Ruin Your Truck's Looks

how will tork lift tie downs look on my truck

Frame-mounted tie-downs are also a great pick for preserving your truck's good looks. The brackets install on the frame, tucked nearly flush with the underside of the vehicle. Remove the arms from the brackets when you're not hauling your camper, and the brackets will be barely visible.


Custom Fit, No-Drill Installation

Completely custom to your vehicle, the tie-downs attach to exisiting holes in your frame so that there's little to no drilling and no need for any modifications. Because they're custom, you'll want to use our in-house application guide to make sure you get the exact right model. The tie-downs you need might be different depending on what type of hitch or other accessories you have.


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Securing Your Camper

TorkLift Tie Down Example

Once the tie-downs are installed, use a set of turnbuckles (sold separately) to secure the camper to the tie-downs. The shank on each arm has 2 pin holes so you can choose how far out they extend, that way the turnbuckles can reach the anchors on your camper without making contact with your truck. Tighten the turnbuckles to the correct level of tension (not too tight!).


where to put camper tie downs

Make sure the anchor points are offset from the tie-downs instead of lined up with them so that they will hold your camper from multiple angles. This is important for keeping your camper from shifting. Two holes in the attachment plate of the tie-downs let you find the best angle for you camper anchors.



F2011 Tork Lift Truck Camper Tie Down - Front Frame Mount - Custom Fit

Item # TLF2011



This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a factory installed hitch
  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch Magnum 30k
  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch Original 20K
  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a factory installed hitch
  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch Magnum 30k
  • 1999 - 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch Original 20K
  • 2008 - 2010 Ford F-450 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a factory installed hitch
  • 2008 - 2010 Ford F-450 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch
  • 2008 - 2010 Ford F-450 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch Magnum 30k
  • 2008 - 2010 Ford F-450 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a Torklift SuperHitch Original 20K



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TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Front - TLF2011

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1609 Customer Reviews)

Get the safest and most comfortable ride while hauling your camper with tie-downs that mount on the frame of your pickup. Great for your truck's looks: remove the arms from the brackets and you'll hardly know that the brackets are there.

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They do exactly what you think they'd do. I actually had to swap them from one truck to another (went from an double cab to a crew cab) and TorkLift actually sent me a whole new hardware kit. The hardest part is fishing the bolt/nut setup on the driver's side as the gas can is in the way, other than that it's easy peasy.

Matt P.

4/1/2024

No complaints, rock solid design. We leave the camper on for over half the year these tie downs are the least of my worries.



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Bought front& back frame mount tie-downs & fast guns, love this setup.Not hard to install, all holes lined up, no drilling, especially like the spring wire that helps you install the bolt in the frame rail by the fuel tank. Good job etrailer for getting me the right parts



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Hi..it will be about 2 weeks before we attempt to put them on the truck and camper..I will write a review then..Fast shipping, I appreciate that



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2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty

The TorkLift Products need no review here, so my review is more in regard to etrailer's customer service...

I was in a hurry getting my rig set up for our new camper that was due to land at the dealer very soon.

So I purchased a complete set of TorkLift Tiedown mounts, both Front a Rear for my vehicle, along with a 4-pack of FastGun Turnbuckles.

The order was on hold due to the rear Torklifts on B/O and waiting for a production run to complete.

I spoke with Teresa in sales, and she had no problem splitting up the order and shipping what was in stock, right away.
She also issued a refund on the rear mounts that were on Backorder without any issues....Thank you Teresa!

The Expediting was quick and flawless as well.

Thank you etrailer team!



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Fit as advertised, relatively easy to install. Excellent step by step instructions. No bad glitches !
Overall excellent quality & great finish.



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2001 Ford F-350 Super Duty

I got the front and rear TorkLift camper mounts for my 2001 f350 crew cab. With the factory tow hitch. They work perfectly fit is perfect both the front and rear bolted right on and were easy to install. Directions are very clear and love that they have some pictures too. I would one hundred percent recommend to anyone with this style truck. One thing that is a little tough to install is the lower left bolt on driver side next to gas tank. In directions it says to use feed wire to feed bolt in from bottom and into place. I found it was better to pull it from over the top of the frame and back down to the hole. You will still need to push a little on the gas tank but it works better from top down. It looks like there are some vent tubes or break lines in there between the hole and the gas tank so going from top gets it past them into place without a problem. Patients helps to lol. Thanks again TorkLift and Etrailer for another great product!!



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2002 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

I bought my first set of torklift camper tiedowns 15 years ago. I am sure glad I did. I'm doing it again on another vehicle. They make traveling with a camper safe and secure. Also, they are not difficult to install. Delivery from etrailer was smooth and on time !



by:

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.



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Excellent product.
Excellent customer
service!



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Pre installation look over looks fairly easy install

Thomas

2/27/2023

Solid as a rock



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Ford F-250 Super Duty

Wish it could have been designed where you wouldn't have to remove front turn buckle blocking fuel cap.2000 f250 ext.cab LB 7.3l. but not too much of a problem though. Well worth the piece of mind.seems a bit pricey though.wouldnt pay anymore.



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Your salesman (Adam) was a 5 star your product a 4 had to customize back tie down Also overly expensive bills for 4 hunks of metal Give Adam a raise (very professional)

Robin R.

3/27/2022

good the camper hasnt slid off the truck yet



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Exactly what we wanted. Installation was pretty easy for me, a 70's year old, and my wife provided her skillful assistance. We got about eight thousand miles on our damper last year.

Larry J.

4/3/2021

Still working great for us. Last year was tough with Covid and other things to limit our travels. We did still get quite a bit done and look forward to the coming travel season this year. Tie downs are on the truck and ready to go.



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2006 Ford F-350 Super Duty

Arrived a couple days early. Video was very helpful for the front frame mount...but no video was available to rear mount.



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Excellent service



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Very happy with the rep that helped me and my item I purchased got here very quickly. He was very helpful and took his time to help me get my product ordered.



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Scion tC

Recently made the decision to purchase a TC. With some suggestions from the dealer and some research on line, I purchased these tie downs. I called to speak to someone directly just to confirm I had the right part number for my application. Jesse was very helpful and watched the order to make sure it successfully shipped and arrived. They seem well made and instructions were easy to follow. Now all I need to do is pick up the TC!

Todd

1/29/2019

All work as advertised. No issues. Would purchase again.



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The mounts are great. They work very well. The instructions could be more easily interpreted if the pictures followed the instruction rather than one page of directions followed by several pages of photos and having to flip back and forth. The product is great though. I would not hesitate to by other products from this company.



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The material and craftsmanship on these tiedowns is second to none. The fit and installation was a breeze.



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1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty

TLF2011 fit my 1999 f-250 SD. Solid made steel. Bolts to frame for the most secure camper tie down available. Search UTube videos are best way to get in that one bugger of a bolt! Suggest getting the spring tension devices to prevent ripping out camper attachment points if camper sways suddenly due to uneven road or strong wind.



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2010 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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.



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2008 Ford F-450 Super Duty

I take my 4000 lb camper off road frequently and this hardware is strong enough to handle it. Very pleased with its performance. The ability to remove the brackets by pulling a pin out is another benefit.



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2002 Ford F-350 Super Duty

This is a great product for some. The YouTube installation video is somewhat misleading. The driver's side bracket mounting using the wire lead does not go as easily as depicted and in my case not at all (2002 Ford F350) because of brake lines. I would give the passenger side 5 stars and the driver side installation one star.
The etrailer people were great and shipped as promised.



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2004 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

Easy to install works well with my 95’ lance 11.5’ camper I also bought the turnbuckles



by:

all questions i asked were answered very well.the camper torklift tie downs were all as described and no holes had to be drilled,easy to install. very helpful staff.


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  • Can Torklift Tie Downs Attach to Truck Frame without Bed Installed
    The Torklift Tie Downs part # TLF2011 that you referenced attach directly to the truck frame and not the bed in any way so you could install them to the frame of your truck without the bed installed.
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    When installing the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Front # TLF2011, you will not disconnect the emergency brake cable. You will go underneath the emergency brake cable with the driver's side bracket. You will need to make sure you work the emergency brake cable through each of the slots on the bracket to make sure it sits in place properly. I have attached a video illustrating the installation, the emergency brake cable is referred to at the 6:40 mark.
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  • Installation of Torklift Camper Tie Down TLF2011 On 2006 Ford F250 Dually
    I spoke with my Torklift representative, who tells me that he's ran into this problem before. Rather than trying to pull the bolt, star washer and plate washer through the frame as one unit, attach the bolt to the fish wire, then slip the plate washer and star washer on the fish wire, but don't slide them all the way down through so they're on the bolt. Fish the wire through to the other side of the frame, and use a flat blade screwdriver to push the star washer into place, then the plate...
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    The removable section of the Torklift tie downs like the part # TLF2011 is different between every part number. If you have a different set of Torklift tie downs for a different vehicle you'd need to just go with the part # TLF2011 as you need all of the parts that come with this.
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  • Front Torklift Frame Tie-Down Recommendation for a 2008 Ford F-250 Short Bed
    Since you have a short bed 2008 Ford F 250 you would have to use the part # TLF2012 as the # TLF2011 is only for the long bed trucks. There's no way I can recommend you modify the # TLF2011 so that it would fit your truck. The brackets are different for the exact reason you have found.
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  • Difference Between Item #TLF2007 and Item #TLF2011 For A 2004 Ford F-250
    The difference is Item # TLF2007 is designed for a 6-3/4 bed on a 2004 Ford F-250 and Item # TLF2011 is designed for an 8' bed. The mounting location are different between the two bed sizes. Since your bed is 6-3/4 it would require Item # TLF2007.
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  • Truck Bed Camper Tie-Downs to Fit a 1988 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup
    Unfortunately, the # TLF3004 and # TLF2011 camper tie-downs are for Ford trucks and will not fit your 1988 Chevrolet 1500. I've linked our selection that is designed for your truck. In order to give you a specific recommendation I'll need to know your truck's bed length, if it has a factory hitch, TorkLight hitch, or another hitch, and if it has a step or board under the truck.
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  • TorkLift Rear Camper Tie-Downs for 2007 Ford F-350 with 8 Foot Bed and Factory Hitch
    If your 2007 Ford F-350 has the 8 foot bed, is equipped with the factory trailer hitch, and doesn't have a board or step beneath the truck bed, the correct TorkLift Rear Tie-Down Kit is part # TLF3004 or # TLF3004A for the aluminum model that will resist rust and corrosion. If you also need the front kit you will use # TLF2011 or # TLF2011A (aluminum).
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    Your best choice in a camper tie down will depend on how your F-250 long bed is equipped. On the linked page you can use the drop-down menu at the top of the page to select how your truck is equipped, specifically whether it has a board or step underneath the bed and the type of hitch that is installed. For example, if you have a factory hitch with an open cross tube and no board or step underneath truck bed Torklift offers their # TLF2011-TLF3004. The linked video shows installation. The...
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  • What Size are the Inner and Outer Tubes and Wall Thickness of TorkLift Camper Tie Downs
    The TorkLift camper tie downs you referenced, # TLF2011 and # TLF3001 will have an outer assembly and an inner assembly. Tie down # TLF3001A will too but it has aluminum components. The measurements will be the same for all of these. I pulled # TLF2011 to take the measurements. The inner tube is smaller, 1-1/2 inches square with a wall thickness of 3/16 of an inch. The part of the inner tube that you tie the camper off to is 1/4 inch thick. The outer tube is larger at 2 inches square...
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  • Which Torklift Tie Downs are a Fit for the 2001 Ford F-250 with Long Bed and Aftermarket Hitch
    Yes, for your 2001 Ford F-250 crew cab, long bed, diesel, with removed side steps, and an aftermarket hitch the correct tie downs are the part # TLF2011 and # TLR3500 that you referenced.
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  • Rear TorkLift Camper Tie Downs for 2007 Ford F-350 with 8 Foot Bed and Aftermarket Hitch
    For the 2007 Ford F-350 8 foot bed with an aftermarket (but non-TorkLift) hitch installed and no step or board beneath the bed, the correct rear camper tie-down kit is the TorkLift # TLR3500. For the front kit you will use part # TLF2011. I have attached a sample install video below that you can also check out.
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  • Torklift Rear Camper Tie-Downs for 2003 Ford F350
    According to my Torklift contact, the # TLR3503 rear tire downs you mentioned are indeed the correct tie downs for your 2003 Ford F350 with 8 foot bed.
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  • Compatibility of TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs
    Since your F-250's hitch was installed after it left the factory it could potentially be either a factory hitch or an aftermarket hitch. There should be a safety sticker on the hitch that indicates its capacities and also its manufacturer. If there is no such sticker on your hitch, nor any identification for brand (Curt, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch) nor a part number, then chances are its the OEM version. If you have a non-Torklift aftermarket hitch the tie downs you can use are part # TLF2011...
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  • Torklift Tie Downs and Happijac Turnbuckles for 1999 Ford F-350
    The Torklift Camper Tie Downs part # TLF2011 and # TLF3001 are a confirmed fit for your 1999 Ford F-350 long bed without boards and a factory hitch. The HappiJac turnbuckles part # LC182895 would work great with these as well.
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  • Camper Tie Down Recommendation For 2009 F-350 Single Cab
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  • Camper Tie-Down Recommendation for 1999 Ford F-250 with 8 Ft Bed
    In order to determine which camper tie downs will fit your F-250, I will need to know what type of hitch is installed on your truck and whether or not there is a board or step underneath the truck bed. I have included the link to all of the camper tie-downs that are available for the 1999 F-250. From there you can choose your vehicle style and your options will be displayed. If your 1999 Ford F-250 is equipped with a factory installed hitch and does not have a board or step underneath...
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  • What TorkLift Tie Downs Are Needed For a 2007 Ford F-250 Super Duty Pickup?
    The correct TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs for your 2007 Ford F-250 Super Duty is going to depend on your exact truck. The most common styles are either a 6-1/2' bed without a step under bed and factory receiver or 8' bed without a step under bed and factory receiver. If you have a different configuration please let me know so I can find you the correct parts. The 6-1/2' bed option will use the Front # TLF2007A and Rear # TLF3001A mounts. If you have an 8' bed you will need the Front # TLF2011A...
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  • Recommended Truck Camper Tie-Down Kit for 2000 Ford F-250 with Lance Squire Camper
    The truck camper tie-downs offered for your 2000 Ford F-250 can be seen on the linked page. All options are from TorkLift and the correct one for you depends on your bed length and the presence of other equipment such as steps or a hitch. At the top of the page there is a drop-down menu bar you can use to select your truck version. For example, if you have a 8-foot bed, no board or step under the bed and are using an aftermarket hitch receiver, then the correct camper tie down kit consists...
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