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Ready your truck to haul a camper with sturdy, custom-fit tie-downs. Tie-downs can provide attachment points at the front and rear of your truck bed for securing a bed-mounted camper. Inserts slide into frame-mounted brackets for use and easily remove for a clean, unobtrusive look.

Camper tie-downs are available for many of the most popular trucks such as Ford, Dodge, Chevy, and GMC. Find custom-fit camper tie-downs for your truck by entering the year on the left.




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TorkLift Talon Rear Camper Tie-Downs Installation - 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 3500

Speaker 1: Today our 2017 Chevy Silverado 3500, we're going to be taking a look at showing you how to install the Tork-Lift custom frame-mounted camper tie-downs for the rear. Part number TLC3216A.All camper tie-downs are going to secure our in bed camper by giving us a frame amount of attachment point. It's going to help us redistribute the weight more evenly, then in bed attachment points and reduce top heavy feel while driving.This is what our tie-down looks like when they're installed. They're going to be aluminum with a powder coat finish. They're going to be mounted directly to the frame, which is going to help prevent top heavy loads. It will simple to install.


TorkLift Talon Front Camper Tie-Downs Installation - 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 3500

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Chevy Silverado 3500 we're gonna be taking a look at and showing you how to install the TorkLift Talon Custom Frame-Mounted Camper tie downs for the front, part number TLC2214A. Our camper tie downs are going to secure our in bed camper by giving us a frame mounted attachment point. That's going to help us redistribute the weight more evenly than in bed attachment points and reduce top heavy feel while driving.This is what our tie down looks like when it's installed. It's made of aluminum, gonna be powder coated to help resist rust, it's gonna be attached directly to the frame which is gonna help reduce top heavy loads. There's gonna be no drilling, all of your hardware is gonna be included with your mounting brackets. It's also gonna come with a pin with attached clip for your attachment arms.


Brophy Camper Tie-Downs HSSF Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Brophy clamp on bed mounted camper tie downs. Now, these tie downs are designed to provide attachment points for securing your camper to your truck bed. The wide clamps provide superior holding strength. It also comes with padding that can be installed on the brackets to ensure that the steel construction doesn't dig into, scratch, or damage your truck's finish or paint. We are looking at a strong and durable steel construction with black powder coated finishing to resist rust and corrosion.This unit's very easy to install and to remove. It's a no drill installation.


TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs TLF2012 Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're taking a look at the TorkLift custom frame mounted camper tie downs for the front of the truck bed. This product fits certain years and models of the Ford F250 and F350 truck. To ensure that this is a fit for your vehicle, you can always use the vehicle fit guide, which is located at etrailer.com. Now these tie down provide the attachment points at the front of your truck bed for securing a bed mounted camper. Rear tie downs are sold separately and available at etrailer.com. This is a frame mounted design, so it mounts to the frame of the vehicle, which ensures excellent handling.


TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs TLC2204 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the torque lift custom frame mounted camper tie-downs for the front of your vehicle. This product fits multiple years and models of the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. To ensure, double check that this is a fit for your vehicle. You can always use the vehicle fit guide which is located at etrailer.com. These tie-downs provide attachments points at the front of your truck bed for securing a bed-mounted camper. Rear tie-downs are sold separately and available at etrailer.com.


TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs TLS9000 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the torque lift basic spring load turn buckles for camper tie-downs. These turn buckles secure your camper to the tie-downs mounted on your truck. Two additional turn buckles are required to secure all four corners of your camper. The unit features a spring loaded design, which helps to reduce stress on the tie-down points and provides a nice, safe ride. So internally, it features a built-in spring, and as you can see here on the picture that's on the box, you can see how it would install. You have the tie-down pulley coming off the truck, the canister or spring-loaded barrel connects to that would include hardware, and you've got the chain that goes up, connects to the turn buckle, and the other end of the turn buckle connects to the tie-down point on the camper itself.When it comes to the construction, we're looking at forged steel, which is very strong and durable.


TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs TLF2022 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the TorkLift Custom Front Frame Mounted Camper Tie Downs. This product fits certain years of the Ford F250 and the F350. To ensure that this is a fit for your vehicle, you can always use the vehicle fit guide at etrailer.com. These tie downs simply provide the attachment points at the front of your truck bed for securing a bed mounted camper. Rear tie downs are sold separately and available at etrailer.com if needed.The frame mounted design, what that means is it simple mounts to the frame of the vehicle, so this system mounts to the frame of the truck with the included hardware. It ensures excellent handling, so securing your camper to the truck's base instead of its bed, better distributes weight to keep the set up from being too top heavy.


Brophy Camper Tie-Downs TDSF Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're taking a lot at the Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs. These tie downs provide attachment points for securing your camper to your truck bed. The anchor tab, located on each tie down, which is this tab right here. It permits movement by securing the tie downs to the truck bed side rails. So, the anchor tab would secure with the included hardware goes right through there, and it anchors into the top of the bed rail. That again is going to keep the unit from any type of movement.The necessary hardware to do that is included right here in the hardware bag.


TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs TLD2127 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the torque lift custom frame mounted camper tie downs. This product fits certain years of the Ram 2500 and 3500 trucks. To ensure or double check that this is a fit for your vehicle, you can always use the vehicle fit guide at etrailer.comThese tie downs provide the attachment points at the front of your truck bed for securing a bed mounted camper. Rear tie downs are sold separately and available at etrailer.com When it comes to how they mount this unit features a frame mounted design which ensures excellent handling so securing your camper to the trucks base instead of it's bed, better distributes weight to keep the set up from becoming too top heavy. When they're not being used, they're virtually undetectable when they're not in use. So these tie down inserts can easily be removed from the frame mounted receiver brackets.


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Camper Tie-Downs Questions and Answers

  • Frame Mounted Camper Tie-Downs for a 2016 Ford F-250
  • In order to add a set of front and rear frame mounted camper tie downs to your 2016 Ford F-250, I would need to know the bed size, running board/bed step option, and trailer hitch type. For the front of your truck you will want to use the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs part # TLF2012 for 6-3/4' bed or part # TLF2016 for 8' beds. For the rear of your truck you will want to use the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs part # TLF3006 if you have the factory...
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  • Camper Tie Down Recommendation for 2016 Ford F-250 Crew Cab Short Bed
  • For your 2016 Ford F-250 with a short bed, factory hitch, factory steps, and crew cab the Torklift tie downs part # TLF2012A and # TLF3001A are both a confirmed fit. The price for both is listed below. No drilling is required either.
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  • Camper Tie Down Recommendations for a Chevy Silverado 2500
  • There are several camper tie downs that you could use depending on how you want them to mount. First, the Camper Tie Downs, # TDSF, that you have referenced will fit your truck and fit in the truck stake pockets. If you do not want something in the stake pockets, then I recommend going with Camper Hold Down, # HSSF, which wrap around the bed side. For either kit, use Camper Tie Down Hardware Package, # TDHP.
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  • Recommendations for adding a Truck Camper on My 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Crew Cab 6 ft. bed
  • I have a solution for Truck Camper's needs. The first thing you will need is the tie-down equipment. The front tie-downs that are custom fit for your 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 are Tork-Lift # TLC2220. The rear custom kit depends on a few details: If you have a dual rear wheel with no running boards and a factory hitch installed: # TLC3217. If you have a single rear wheel no running boards and a factory hitch installed: # TLC3215. If you have no running boards and torklift hitch...
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  • Camper Tie Downs for a 2,600-Lb Camper on a Ford F-250 Super Duty
  • The Brophy Camper Tie Downs, part # TDSF are a universal application for full-size trucks and they will fit a Ford F-250 Super Duty. The hardware to mount the tie downs to the vehicle is included. I would also recommend the Brophy Camper Tie Downs, part # HSSF which is a more heavy duty tie down. The tie downs wrap around the bed, not in the stake pockets, and are mounted inside the bed. They will not work with a slide-in bed liner. There is no weight capacity rating on the camper...
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  • TorkLift Custom Fit Camper Tie Downs for a 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cab 6 Foot Bed
  • I checked with TorkLift and for front camper tie downs for your 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 Crew Cab with 6 foot bed and cab-length running boards use # TLC2217. For the rear, if you have the factory trailer hitch you can use tie downs # TLC3214. If you have an aftermarket hitch use # TLR3500. And if you have the TorkLift SuperHitch Hero use # TLR3509. For turnbuckles you can use the basic set # TLS9000. The next step up from there are the spring-loaded ones, # TLS9050A, sold in a quantity...
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  • What is the Reach Range of TorkLift SpringLoad XL Turnbuckles # TLS9050A
  • I did some checking and TorkLift SpringLoad XL Turnbuckles for Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Stainless Steel - Qty 2 Item # TLS9050A has a reach of 35" to 45".
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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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  • Recommended TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs for 2007 Ford F-350 with Factory Hitch
  • If your 2007 Ford F-350 Super Duty has an 8 foot bed, does not have any board or step underneath the truck bed, and is equipped with the factory hitch, I recommend the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs # TLF2011 (for the front) and # TLF3004 (for the rear). These sturdy tie-downs are custom-fit for this truck and provide a clean, unobtrusive look when installed. They will give you attachment points at the front and rear of your truck for securing a bed-mounted camper. The tie-down...
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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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  • 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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  • Camper Tie Downs for a 2002 Ford F-250 and Arctic Fox Camper
  • The Brophy tie downs # HSAB should only be mounted to make contact with the metal of the bed so I would not recommend them for your 2002 Ford F-250 unless you can remove those caps. Since you are trading in the camper for perhaps another camper the best solution is to use custom fit frame mounted camper tie downs. There are a few options depending on how your truck is configured. I have linked the main page for your truck. For example if you have an 8 foot bed without any board or step...
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  • Difference Between The Brophy Tie Downs TDSF and HSSF For a Camper Towed By a 2000 Ford F-150
  • 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, where as part # HSSF mounts over the sidewall of the truck bed. Also, part # HSSF is ok to use in trucks with spray-in bed liners. If your truck has a drop-in bed liner,...
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  • Will Torklift Tie Down TLF2008 Fit 2008 Ford F-350 Cab and Chassis
  • If the running board does not extend past the cab of the truck yes, the # TLF2008 will fit your 2008 Ford F-350 cab and chassis. If they do extend past they will interfere.
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  • Installation Instructions on Front and Rear TorkLift Custom Frame Mounted Camper Tie Downs
  • The TorkLift tie downs # TLT2309 and # TLT3306 installation instructions will be included. I went to our warehouse to look inside the box and instructions are included. See the picture I included on part # TLT2309.
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  • Mounting Positions of TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs # TLF2015 and #TLF3005 on 2013 Ford F-150 8-Foot Bed
  • The TorkLift Camper Tie-Downs # TLF2015 and # TLF3005 that you referenced are a fit for the 2009-2013 Ford F-150 with regular cab and 8-foot bed. They can mount on trucks without a hitch receiver, and ones with factory and aftermarket hitches. They are not compatible with running boards that extend past the cab. Please note that TorkLift recommends using a rubber bed mat like # DZ85005 to protect the truck bed and the camper. The tie-downs are not compatible with drop-in plastic bed...
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  • Will the # HSSF Camper Tie Downs Fit on a 1997 Chevrolet 3500 Dually Truck and Slide in Camper
  • The Brophy Camper Hold Downs, item # HSSF, should fit on your 1997 Chevrolet 1 ton Dually. Some dually beds interfere with the installation of the hardware. They will definitely work with your 8-1/2 foot slide in camper, if there is room to install them on the bed of your truck.. The hold downs do not fit in the stake pockets, but wrap around the bed rails and are mounted inside the bed. When attached the chains are tightened and pressure is applied from the inside of the bed out and...
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  • Installation Instructions for the TorkLift Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs # TLF2014 on a Ford Truck
  • While we do not have an install video yet for the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs # TLF2014 on a truck like your 2013 Ford F-150 we do have a nice set of full-color installation instructions for this product that I attached to the right for you to check out.
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  • What Turnbuckles are Recommended for Torklift Frame Mount Tie-Downs on a 2010 Nissan Frontier
  • To maintain the warranty of the Torklift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs, # TLN2409 and # TLR3500, for your 2010 Nissan Frontier, you will want 4 spring loaded turnbuckles like the Torklift SpringLoad XL Turnbuckles, # TLS9050A or the FastGun Turnbuckles, # TLS9526. Torklift requires spring loaded turnbuckles for frame mounted tie-downs due to the tension they provide. As you mentioned, these are sold in quantities of two so you would want two sets of the turnbuckle you choose. Torklift...
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  • Will Brophy Stake Pocket Camper Tie Downs # TDSF Fit 2008 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab
  • The Brophy Stake Pocket Camper Tie Downs, part # TDSF, will fit most full-size pickups with straight fenders and single-wall construction. These will install permanently in the stake tubes. Installation requires drilling to secure each tie down to the top of the bed rail (with included hardware). The Brophy # HSSF Camper Hold Down does not require drilling for installation. However, the HSSF requires a minimum of 2-inches underneath the lip of the bed rail for installation of the supporting...
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