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Camper Tie Downs Compatible With TorkLift SuperHitch on 2011 Dodge Ram 3500

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Is Item # TLD1102 Torklift hitch compatible with my existing and already installed Item # TLD3109 TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs? I have a 2011 Dodge Ram 3500 dually crew cab 4wd long wheel base. Thanks.

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We have tie-downs that are compatible with the TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class V - 2"# TLD1102 that fits your 2011 Dodge Ram 3500, though Rear Tie-Downs # TLD3109 are not.

The tie-downs compatible with the TorkLift SuperHitch Original Trailer Hitch # TLD1102 on a 2011 Ram 3500 dually are the TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Front # TLD2120 and TorkLift Custom Frame-Mounted Camper Tie-Downs - Rear # TLR3505.

Additionally, since you have a dually you may need the TorkLift Camper Anchor Relocation Kit # TLA7004. You will need to measure from the front of the camper slide-in point to rear anchor point; the kit is needed if that measurement is less than 90 inches.

I have added links to video reviews of these kits for you to check out as well.

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Paul S.

I have a 2004 Dodge ram 3500 long bed dually, and I ordered the rear tie downs TLD3109 and it didn't fit because I have an aftermarket Curt class V. Will the TLR3505 fit the 2004 with a class V that isn't a torklift? Thanks,

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Reply from Jon G.

If your 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 has a board or step under the truck bed then you need part # TLD4101 for the front and part # TLR3500 for the rear. If it doesn't have the board or step then you need part # TLD2101 for the front and part # TLR3500 for the rear. Since you have dually you might also need the Relocation Kit # TLA7004 if the distance between the front bumper of your camper and the center of the rear anchor point is less than 90".

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