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TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Rear

TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Rear

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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 TLF3003 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 - Rear. Camper Tie-Downs reviews from real customers.
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TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs

  • Rear 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 front tie-downs (sold separately)
    • Requires turnbuckles (sold separately) to attach camper to tie-downs
  • Ensures excellent handling by distributing the weight evenly and lowering the 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 rear 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.



F3003 Tork Lift Truck Camper Tie Down - Rear Frame Mount - Custom Fit

Item # TLF3003



This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

  • 2004 - 2005 Ford F-150 5-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a factory installed hitch
  • 2004 - 2005 Ford F-150 5-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and without a hitch
  • 2004 - 2005 Ford F-150 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and with a factory installed hitch
  • 2004 - 2005 Ford F-150 6-1/2 Foot Bed - without board or step underneath truck bed and without a hitch



Video of TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Rear

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for A Look at the TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs

Hello neighbors, it's Brad from Etrailer and today we are at World Wide Technologies Raceway, and we're walking around taking a look at all of the trailers and all the different combos of rigs. And this one caught my eye. I love in-bed campers. I think it's an awesome way to get around and still be able to camp but also have the usability of a truck. You don't need a big old RV to tow things around. And we ran into Leroy, talked to him.

He's got the torque lift mounts here. And he's taken this to Colorado to visit family. And the fact that that holds that in place is key. With that camper, you're really gonna want that stability. The torque lift does a really good job of making sure you have solid points that mount it and keep the camper in place not moving as you're going down the road.

Now having the torque lift tie downs are gonna be essential for your in-bed camper. It's gonna bolt directly to the frame creating a mounting point that extends past the outside portion of the bed. And that way you can have your strut in place and anchor this down. You do have adjustability here with your jam nuts being able to really tension that down perfectly. And you're gonna have them on all four corners of your bed so it's gonna keep it nice and stable.

So I was talking to Leroy about his trips out west to Colorado with this, and a lot of what you're gonna get is gusts on the highway, and something that he did as a racer and fabricator, he made his own wedges inside of the bed to kind of keep that in place because your anchor guard torque lift does act as a little bit of suspension to kind of keep that in place. So that really keeps it nice and steady and just kinda make sure that even over rough and rocky terrain, it's gonna stay in place. Torque lift camper tie-downs come custom fit for your truck, like Leroy has here on his Ram. You'll want to use our fit guide here at Etrailer to ensure that you're getting the proper fit for the front and rear of your truck bed. While you're at it, be sure to pick up a set of torque lift turn buckles to make the connection between your in-bed camper and custom tie downs.

They're available in the traditional style like Leroy has and also as a locking fast gun turn buckle with quick release levers, making it fast and easy to secure your camper to your truck. An awesome day at World Wide Technology's Raceway. We got to meet lots of neighbors whether they be local or around the country right here in Etrailer's own backyard in Madison, Illinois. Now it's awesome to see them in their element with their race cars and we're happy to allow them to have the parts and accessories necessary to make sure that they have the best experience while towing their race cars around.


Customer Reviews

TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs - Custom Frame Mount - Rear - TLF3003

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1420 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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A little tougher to install than the front ones but not too bad. Torklift tie downs are very well made, tried he bumper attached one but I guess bumpers aren't what they used to be I saw bending at the tie down after one trip. So bought these. Entrailer as usual priced well and fast shipping.



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Got the tie-downs today. Shipped quickly. There is an extrusion ridge on the inside of the square tubing my hitch was made from. I had to file that out. Once done, everything slipped together like an Erector-Set project. Whole thing took 20 minutes. Very pleased.



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The package arrived very quickly and intact. I have a 2020 Ford F250 SD Lariat short bed with a factory hitch. The tie-downs were really easy to install although the hitch adapter plate (see attached photo) which is supposed to attach to the end of the tie-down would not fit inside the tubing on my factory installed hitch so I installed without it and it is tight and snug



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Easy to install. Took less than an hour with no helper. They are very sturdy and I expect them to last.
2020 RAM 3500 with OEM hitch.



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The Superhitch is an amazing product. Had a couple now. Expensive but you get what you pay for. Purchasing from E-trailer is very easy and they delivered the product quickly.



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This is my second set for the TorkLift tie-downs, and I would not use any other type. We use it daily; our camper never comes off as we are constantly on the move. In the event we have to remove it for vehicle service such as alignment, it is easy to remove and get back on.



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My brother installed these and he used air tools. The brackets fit perfectly. The instructions were thorough. They bolted right in and the only delay was the disconnect/reconnect of the e-brake cable to install the driver's side bracket (2019 RAM 3500). After all the parts were laid out, he installed all 4 brackets in an hour.
He commented many times on the weight, high quality and PERFECT FIT of these brackets. These are worth the price and made in the USA.



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I bought this when my previous belly bar and rear tie-down bent badly when our truck slid off the road into a steep ditch and our camper nearly tipped sideways off our truck. This product is a bit better then my old set up, but I expected something much better for this very high price. It wasn't too tough to install, despite the poorly written instructions. Also, the kit did not include a bolt fisher for the 7/16 bolt. The bolt fisher supplied was for a 1/2 inch bolt. Fortunately I had the correct bolt fisher from a previous project. I am also disappointed that the tie down hole has a slot cut in it which seems would significantly weaken it. I am not optimistic that the tie-down point will not bend or break if we have a similar significant side load such as when we slid into the ditch. I will probably weld the slot in the tie-down point shut to strengthen it.



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TLN2410 installed on 2016 Titan XD. Very sturdy product, all hardware was good. Will require 3/4”(19mm) and 14mm sockets. Note: directions a little off, you can fish the 7/16 bolt and plate through the bottom hole in frame as shown, but don’t try the 1/2” bolts there (ask me how I know, spent 20 minutes fishing the plate back out). Use the hole just above what is shown in the picture, on the side of frame, it will accommodate the 1/2” hardware. Also the front mounts will not quite clear the full length oem running boards which I was aware of and will swap out for shorter boards. Other than the “minor detail” with the instructions, they are fine and the mount is solid.



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Torklift makes a top quality product. Installs easily once you understand the instructions. Very solid frame/hitch mount, never have a concern about them flexing or breaking. The second set I've purchased (the first set were sold with the truck they were installed on).



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THESE TORKLIFT CAMPER TIEDOWNS ARE AMAZING ! MY CAMPER HAS NOT SHIFTED NOR HAVE THESE BRACKETS SHOWN ANY FATIGUE . I RECOMMAND GETTING THESE !



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Forklift tie downs are manufactured to exact fit to existing manufactured frame rail holes. They lined up perfectly and after 6000 miles with camper on board have stayed secure. The only downside, (this is relative to when and ware you use you camper) they will corrode when driving through snow covered roads that have been treated with sand and/or salt. I use an oil based product to protect them corroding.



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The drivers rear didn't get built correctly. the hole to put the tie done is missing. I had to drill a hole into the tie down so I could use it. Didn't notice the problem until I went to put the camper on my pickup. The other three are fine.




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Steve Z at etrailer was sharp and very knowledgeable on the companies product. Steve was able to work with me on getting the proper camper tie downs for my 2015 Dodge Ram 1500 (Item #TLD3107). He told me when they would be arriving and they actually arrived earlier than expected. Great product, install was pretty easy, I had them installed within an hour. This is a very high quality product with heavy duty construction. They provide a secure attachment for tie downs to the truck camper. The instructions provided are adequate, but not great. I Don't normally give recommendations or endorse products, but these I am truly impressed with. Thank you so much Steve and etrailer.



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I have purchased products from ETrailer a few times. All my experiences have been so positive. First, the phone system is an easy two-button push to place an order. Second, I get a real live person happy to serve their customer. The agent takes time to validate my selection ensuring I am getting the right part the first time. Then I receive a follow-up email to ensure I received the product and there are no issues or concerns. Today, this level of customer service is unheard of. I am 100% sure you too will be treated the same way.



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I really don't write reviews often but when everything is perfect is worth the time. I am a repeat Etrailer customer so it didn't surprise me that my shipment was complete and received in two days. These TorkLift frame mounted camper tie-downs are high-quality, heavy duty and powder coated. I put a full set on my new 2016 Ford F350 SRW 4 X 4 and will be using them with a Lance 855S truck camper. Installation went flawless without any drilling or adjustments. Instructions were clear and to the point. The most important benefit to the product is that your camper is held to your truck by the frame and not the bed and bumper. This reduces camper sway, movement and stress on the truck body. As far as appearance the tie down arms are removable for when the camper is not in use. This sure beats drilling holes in your truck bed, bumper and attaching brackets that permanently stay on the truck. Hats off to etrailer and TorkLift!



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I originally ordered the incorrect rear Torklifts camper hold downs for my truck. However, I called etrailer and explained my error. They not only helped me pick the correct ones, they sent them out that day. I haven’t installed the rear TC hold downs yet. I was most impressed with the free shipping both ways with no questions asked! I was issued an RMA and the refund came quickly. Very good customer service in an age when there often isn’t any service , let alone great service. The front mounts fit perfectly!



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They have worked great. From Michigan to Alaska and back, no problems! They were easy to install and would recommend them to any truck camper owner.



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Great solid product and easy to install. Solution to your upgrade to a dually for the truck camper.



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The rear mounts were easy to mount. The only problem the package was missing 4 flat washers. I also just received the Front mounts. They were a little harder to mount by myself. Some advice is to watch the install on [video]. I ended up using a floor Jack to hold the mounts.



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Easy install, very effective way to keep the camper were it's supposed to be. Just bought a new truck and ordered another set for it. As long as I have a bed mounted camper I will be using this tie down system.



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I ordered the TorkLift Rear frame mount tie downs for our Ford f 350 so we could secure our Lance truck camper to our truck, E-Trailer was great my tie downs arrived two days earlier then expected so I opened the box and checked everything over just to make sure everything was in great shape and everything was so I decided to put them on and it only took me five to ten minutes for both .These tie downs make it very easy to secure our Lance truck camper to our truck and also make it very safe to travel on the highways and back roads



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Installed on a Curt 2 1/2 receiver just put on my F350 SD Supercab Diesel SRW 4x4. This bracket does fit this truck with the Curt receiver. I found a little oil on the drill bits and a reamer to remove the last bit of metal from the holes in the receiver helped mount the brackets.



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Product was delivered as expected and installed according to the instructions. Disappointed with the coating/paint. Been in operation only a few months and the coating/paint is already coming off and starting to rust.


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  • TorkLift Custom Frame Mounted Rear Camper Tie Downs Installation Instructions
    Depending on what vehicle you have you will have to remove your spare tire and then the bracket tie down and clip. Next fish wire in the star washer and bolt through the frame and repeat for the hole that is adjacent. Next, feed your fish wire through the large opening at the top of the frame and in by one feed in a spacer, star washer, and bolt. Next install the side specific brackets by lining up the bolt holes on the bracket with the bolts fed through the frame with a flat washer, lock...
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