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How to Install Torklift Tie Downs

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How to Install Torklift Tie Downs

If you've ever been interested in truck camping or already have a truck camper, you know that tie downs are the way to go when it comes to securing your camper to your truck. Frame-mounted are especially important because they install to the strongest part of your truck, the frame. These tie downs are also important because they prevent any kind of bed damage that could occur which is common with bed-mounted tie downs.

To see how easy the Torklift frame-mounted tie downs are to install, especially on a Ford F150 XLT, watch the videos below.

Rear Tie Down Installation:

Front Tie Down Installation:

TRUE Frame-Mounted Tie Down Features:
  • Dramatic improvement with vehicle handling and stability and is the safest way to haul a truck camper (Prevents vehicle sway and camper movement in all directions)
  • Avoid bed and bumper damage by attaching to the strongest part of the truck: the frame
  • Maintain the value of your truck and prevent rust and bed damage by avoiding drilling into your truck bed or bumper
  • Provides safety, security and stability while on the road
  • The only truck camper tie down that mounts using independent tie down points that bolt directly to the truck frame
  • Fast, no-drill installations securing your truck camper to your truck (100% no-drill for all trucks after 2001- Check your application here)
  • No loss of ground clearance
  • Hidden design when not in use
  • Vehicle manufacturer recommends that all full-height slide-in camper bodies be directly attached to the vehicle frame structure
  • It is required that no addition holes be drilled through the vehicle frame side rail horizontal flanges » Details
  • It is suggested that outrigger-type “L” brackets be attached to the frame’s vertical web to which the camper body can be conveniently attached » Details
  • Lockable with Tie Down Locks
  • Only truck camper tie down system with a Legendary Lifetime Warranty
  • Proudly made in the USA



If you're interested in upgrading your current tie downs, are looking to buy a new set for your new camper or would like more information, visit here or give us a call at 800-246-8132. Our tech support is more than happy to answer your questions!
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