Truck Camper Stake Pocket Tie Downs

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Need a convenient, non-permanent way to hold town your truck camper on your flatbed?  Want something with a proven track record and test results to prove their strength?

Here's your answer!  An offspring to our top-of-the-line Stake Pocket D-Ring Mounts, these are a low profile, modular, non-permanent and reversible solution for those that either don't want to drill or weld anything on their flatbed investments.   Want to remove your camper and use your flatbed for, well, "flatbed things"?  Simply remove the hitch pins and toss them in your toolbox with your turnbuckles when not in use.  They can be reversed to position the eyelet tab to either the inside or outside of the stake pocket depending on camper width and/or if you just want to keep the rub rails as smooth as possible.  Once tensioned in the stake pocket, they mechanically bind and whichever way they face makes no difference strength-wise.

These are designed, CNC cut, formed, welded and powder coated in-house, here in the USA, using USA-made 1/4" 1018 steel and feature a Made-In-USA 1/2" hitch pin.  They feature a 5/8" eyelet hole to accept a wide range of different turnbuckles(generally a 1/2" diameter hook).  They have a cap plate welded on to make their installation a one-person job, which simply keeps the tie down from falling through the stake pocket while hooking up the turnbuckles.  They also feature the same padlock hole as our other tie downs, to help deter theft. 

Current versions are designed for the conventional 1.5" x 3.5" x 3" tall stake pockets.  However if you have taller stake pockets or unconventionally sized stake pockets, feel free to reach out to us and we can make you custom sized tie downs to suit your specific needs.


These are sold individually, with surface finish options of Raw steel, Gloss Black, Blue, Red and White.  Powder coated versions will have a slightly longer lead time as we powder coat in large batches, usually 1-2 days a week.  Powder coated models are sandblasted inside and out and degreased before getting powder.