Torklift camper tie down brackets lead industry in strength, quality, advanced design and installation. TorkLift tie downs mount to four independent tie-down points on the frame (with no belly or crossbar). The tie downs work much like your receiver hitch allowing the tie down inserts to be quickly be removed when not in use. When the inserts are removed, the remaining brackets are virtually undetectable.
Each Torklift tie-down bracket is specially designed for each make and model of truck to fit tightly against the frame so as not to compromise ground clearance. By going away from the universal 'one-size-fits-all' approach, Torklift has eliminated problems with correct fit for each particular application. Installation is a breeze.
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|Manufacturer: Torklift |
Model: Front Tie Down Bracket Kit - Standard Mount
Part Number: T2301
This Torklift camper tie down bracket is designed to fit the following vehicles:
2000-06 TOYOTA TUNDRA (Standard Tow PKG All Cabs) Bed Length(s): 6.5'
--No drilling required.
2003-06 TOYOTA TUNDRA (HD Tow PKG/All Cabs) Bed Length(s): 6.5'
--No drilling required.
Tie Down Installation Instructions
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These standard Torklift front tie down brackets are designed for standard truck configurations without running boards extending beyond the bed of the truck.
- Torklift's Lifetime Tie Down Guarantee
- Truck Frame Guarantee
- Eliminates bed and bumper damage
- Improves camper handling and stability
- Does not impact ground clearance
- Made in USA!
- One pair of tie down brackets (passenger and driver side)
- One pair of bracket inserts
- Two Quicklinks
- Bolt kit and installation instructions
The following video shows an example installation of front mounted brackets:
Note: Turnbuckles sold separately. We recommend Torklift FastGun series turnbuckles for use with these tie down brackets.Click here to search for Torklift Camper Tie Downs for a different vehicle.
I installed these on a 2000 Toyota Tundra, and no kidding it took me 20 minutes total to install. They are very sturdy and work very well.
I got the Toyota Tundra (2000-2006) tie-downs. They were a breeze to install and they work great.
This is the best option for those who want quality, stability, and brackets out of sight when not in use. I did encounter one issue (will be the case on Ford and Chevy) once installed, the turnbuckles will run directly over the gas tan requiring turnbuckle removal to re-fuel. I highly suggest the spring loaded turnbuckle system also available from HitchSource and this creates a lengthy removal for re-fueling. HitchSource has an easy remedy for this as well in the quick release optional end for the springloaded turnbuckle, which makes the removal 20 seconds. The added safety and stability is worth the money.
NOTE #1: I highly recommend the quick release handles for two critical reasons. (1) The turn buckles require tools to put on and... Read More