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Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4

Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4

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Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Tie-downs mount in your truck's stake pockets. Sturdy steel has a corrosion-resistant black powder coat finish. Turnbuckles sold separately. 1-800-940-8924 to order Brophy camper tie-downs part number TDSF or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Brophy products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4. Camper Tie-Downs reviews from real customers.
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Brophy Camper Tie-Downs - TDSF

  • Front and Rear Tie-Downs
  • Bed-Mounted
  • Brophy
  • Universal Fit
  • Powder Coated Steel

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Tie-downs mount in your truck's stake pockets. Sturdy steel has a corrosion-resistant black powder coat finish. Turnbuckles sold separately.


Features:

  • Tie-downs provide attachment points for securing your camper to your truck bed
  • Anchor tab prevents movement by securing tie-downs to the truck bed side rails
  • 3 Removable spacers allow for a tight fit in the stake pockets
  • Strong and durable steel construction
  • Black powder coat finish is corrosion resistant
  • Quick and easy permanent installation
    • Mounts in stake pockets
    • Drilling is required
  • 4 Camper tie-downs and necessary hardware included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: most full-size, non-dually pickup trucks with straight fenders and single-wall construction
    • Model years up to and including 2010
  • Compatibility: works with truck bed campers with an overall length up to 8'
  • Stake length: 5-1/2"
  • Dimensions: 5-1/2" tall x 1-7/8" wide x 3/8" thick
  • 1-Year limited warranty


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Installation

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Installing these stake-pocket-mounted camper tie-downs is simple. Just place the tie-downs in the stake pockets of your truck with the tabs facing the center of your truck bed. Then drill 2 holes through both the pocket and the tie-down and use the included hardware to secure each tie-down to your truck. You will also need to drill through the top of the rail to secure the anchor tab of the tie-down.


Securing your Camper

Camper w TieDowns

In order to secure your camper to your truck bed, these tie-downs will need to be used in conjunction with a tie-down hardware package consisting of turnbuckles, S-hooks, and chains (TDHP - sold separately). This hardware attaches to the anchors on your camper and to the tie-downs on your truck to keep your camper secure. Once you tighten the turnbuckles appropriately, you will be ready to haul your camper.



TDSF C.R. Brophy Camper Tie Down

Installation Details TDSF Installation instructions



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Brophy Stake Pocket Mounted Camper Tie Downs - Bed Mount - Black Powder Coated Steel - Qty 4 - TDSF

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (270 Customer Reviews)

Ready your truck to haul a camper with these sturdy tie-downs. Tie-downs mount in your truck's stake pockets. Sturdy steel has a corrosion-resistant black powder coat finish. Turnbuckles sold separately.

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Told the would fit my truck but they did not. Thru them in scrap pile


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I see that you had contacted us and advised that you had a 2010 F 150 truck that was built in September of 2010. There are cases where a late in the model year build is actually the next years build which means that the 2010 would have a 2011 frame design. Since these tie downs only fit up to 2010, it would cause a non fit for you. You will want to reach out to Ford to confirm the build design year of your truck.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 03/31/2022


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They don't seem to be rigid enough. They bent really bad when I was on a rough road. That caused the camper to be loose which wasn't good for my taillights.




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I have a large truck bed camper on my 1991 Dodge W250 that I tried these on. I went this route because I didn't want to spend $2k on Torklift mounts and Fastguns. These came on time and installed super easy, but just had too much flex for me to be comfortable with the size of my load. Ended up going the Torklift route and couldn't be happier. This is a decently made product, just not for me.




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Quality parts, however the mounting holes were not usable. Had to drill new holes in the rear set, also had to use self tapping screws instead of the hardware that was supplied.


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You mentioned that the mounting holes were not usable and I wanted to see if you could explain in more detail what you mean? Would you be able to send pictures?
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 11/25/2022


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Stout materials, but they dont fit the stake pocket very well. They are loose in the pocket and are expected to be held in place with a few screws/bolts. Mine tilted to one side when tightening the turnbuckles to hold it in place, and dented the top rail of the bed. Next time I will use a frame mounted system.




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Overall, very simple and easy to install the Brophy tie downs. The hardware was honestly garbage.. weak grade that undoubtedly would not hold up to this weight and movement. Used heavy duty bolts to secure it to bed rails and stake pocket. So far, 200 miles driven in snow without much movement, but a bit worried about the longevity of the tie downs. This camper will stay permanently in the bed of the truck, so I will throw in some through bolts into the bed of the truck (peace of mind). Turn buckles seem to be good (other than a factory snag that sliced me open). So far happy with the product, could have been made a bit better for an extra cost; I definitely would have paid more for a two sided stake pocket bolt through. With only one tab for mounting to top side of bed rails this seems excessively weak.. do you see the gap in the stake pocket? It was seated when drilling and lagging it down. Started to turn under pressure.




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I was hesitant about getting these because I wasn't sure if they would fit. I have a '65 Chevy C-10 and was concerned they would not work because any more, everything is about all the new vehicles on the road, not the oldies. But after consulting with the people at etrailer, I ordered them and couldn't have been happier. I did have to remove the metal tabs (they pry off), but after that, I measured, marked, drilled, and installed the tie-downs in about 20 minutes tops. Loaded the camper and the tie downs worked great. Took it camping 4 times so far and the tie downs are still solid as a rock. Thanks etrailer!




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Installed easily. Had to us longer bolts for the back two posts on my 2003 Dodge Ram 2500 4X4 Quad Cab. Also, had to trim some the factory plastic bed liner. No big deal. I took it for a test drive and one of the back brackets seems to twist a bit. I loosed the turnbuckles a little and it is better. I guess I had them too tight. I will be taking the camper on a mini-getaway and will add any new developments. So far, very happy with the product!




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WOW - MUCH better than attaching my big cab-over camper to the bumper with chains in the back and a welded piece of 2X2 square tubing attached to the frame in the front.

Very easy to install - just had to go get a couple drill bits - no big deal. These tie-downs will be much stronger than any S-hooks or turn-buckles could possibly bend.

I did use threaded connecting links rather than S-hooks - I think they will hold better.




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Didn't fit my truck. Customer service was greT though in getting me the correct frame mount brackets for tie downs.




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Received truck stake pocket camper tie downs. Instructions contained information regarding alterations and installation methods. Had all 4 installed and secured within 30 minutes. Look great, and are just what I needed for my camper tie down needs. Thank you.




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After a few slight modifications the brophy camper tie downs worked like a champ!




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Had rust on powder coated parts. Hole in mounting pad is not in a usable location for a 2007 Ford F-150 FX4. Screws were too short for the stake pockets. Length of tube that goes in the stake pockets too short. New screws, mounting pad modification and my frustration all costs something.




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Definitely recommend frame tie downs. Bolts on these snapped during tightening. You get what you pay for. If you secure it via welding or some such, it’d work perfectly




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Required more modification than I expected to fit my particular vehicle, but all in all a good product.




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All of the parts were there. Some of the powder coatings were chipped off. That could have been on the manufacturing side. All 4 were in the box and the welds look good. Service was fast and accurate.




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Cat is a great Rep, Fast Delivery and good quality product, could not be any better, will order from etrailer in the future, Thank you, Dena




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Perfect fit on my 2013 GMC Sierra pick up!
Strong
sturdy product and fast shipping!




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Great well built heavy duty product! Shipped quick got them in 3 business days.




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They are going to be used in a 98 dodge truck for my camper I'll be ordering more in the future




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I just installed the Brophys! Lol! Yup they where as good as I expected! Thank you for being fast and as you advertised makes life better




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Our camper was moving all over while traveling down the road. We had to discontinue using them. They were not sturdy enough




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had to get creTive with front ones. the stake pocketz in my 1970 ford were not a great fit for them. was able to redneck engineer something and they worked fine. Got the job done




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Pretty easy to install but not the best design. Works pretty good




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Should come with the longer screws as well ,its 50 miles to town to buy 2 inch screws



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    Since the Brophy stake pocket mount tie downs, # TDSF, bolt into place, you would just need to un-bolt them from the truck to remove them for the season. It would be a good idea to then apply some sort of rust prevention where the hardware for the stake pockets was to prevent corrosion.
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    For your 2005 Chevy Silverado 1500 extended cab truck with a 7 foot bed you would want Camper Hold Down Black Powder Coated # HSSF. These hold downs will secure any camper shell to your truck as long as the camper shell is designed to work on your truck. The hold downs wrap around the truck bed rails and mount inside the bed. They do not fit in the stake pockets.
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  • Why Does the Length of the Camper Matter When Using Brophy Camper Tie Downs to Install a Camper
    I spoke with my contact at Brophy and he said that its more about the location of the weight of the camper instead of just overall weight. He also stated that most likely the Camper Tie Down # TDSF would not be the component that would break, but the vehicle would see damage to the stake pockets.
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