Torklift A7004 Camper Tie Down Anchor Point Relocation & Repair Kit

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Relocate or repair your rear tie down anchor point with the relocation and repair kit. Designed to help tie downs clear dually style fenders.

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Relocate or repair your rear tie down anchor point with the relocation and repair kit. Designed to help tie downs clear dually style fenders.

Originally designed as a modification for Dodge Dually trucks, the Torklift A7004 Tie Down Adapter can also be used if your rear tie down anchor points are damaged or ripped.

Brand: Torklift

SKU: A7004

Qty In Package: Tie Down Repair Kit For 2 Rear Anchor Points

Color: Black (Only color available)

Warranty: Torklift Lifetime Warranty (Click Here for documentation.)

Ships With: UPS or FedEX

Box Size: 54" x 8" x 4"

Box Weight: 55 lbs

Installation Instructions: Click Here for documentation.

Tools Required: Wrenches

UPC:874929007040

Alternate SKUS: A7004, 14910171, 92-6568, 92-1933

Designed for Dodge Dually's, these can also be used to repair damaged rear tie down points.

How to tell if you need this adapter:åÊ

1. Measure from A to C. (See Image)

A = front bumper of camper
C = center of rear anchor point

2. If the distance between A and C is more than 90", most likely NO adapter is necessary. If it is less than 90", most likely you WILL need an adapter (part #A7004).
This adapter moves the rear tiedown anchor point farther back to clear your dually fender when attaching your turnbuckles and/or chain to the rear camper tiedown. This adapter will bolt onto your camper, and will come with one hole for the front anchor point predrilled. You will need to drill the second hole for your rear anchor point.

This fender clearance issue with the 2003-2009 Dodge Dually is a problem only when combined with a camper with rear anchorpoint less then 90". This issue is not a Torklift tiedown location issue, this issue will occur with every camper tiedown system, and is caused by the combination of Dodge's oversized fenders, and the camper manufactures rear anchor-point location.

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  • How do you install these brackets?

    The A7004 brackets install by drilling holes into them at the location of your original anchor points. Since the brackets use pre-existing holes, you will not need to drill into your camper, only into the brackets! For detailed instructions, please see the "Documentation" tab above. Feel free to contact us with any further questions!