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Old 06-02-2012, 08:10 AM   #1
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Torklift questions

Hello new guy here just have a quick question regarding torklift tie downs. I have the opportunity to get a used set of front and rear tie downs for my 05 f250 longbed diesel ford for 250 But I was wondering what the difference was between the longbed (part number f2011) and short bed (part number f2007) was? Are they different bolt patterns or bolt locations? Or are the brackets that go to the crossmember different? Could I just drill new holes and make it work or just buy the right ones? Thanks for the help.
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Old 06-04-2012, 11:31 AM   #2
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Sorry, not sure what's the difference in part numbers. But a quick call to Torklift should be able to get you the answer. I found them them very helpful and willing to answer any questions you may have.
Just guessing I think there would be a difference in bolt locations/patterns on the frame rails given the different cab config's (regular, extended, crew etc.). I'm sure it would be fine but I personally would not drill additionl holes in the frame
rails. Regardiing the rears... are you going to be installing one of their "Super Hitches"?

Just my $.02.... Good luck!
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:34 AM   #3
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Sorry, not sure what's the difference in part numbers. But a quick call to Torklift should be able to get you the answer. I found them them very helpful and willing to answer any questions you may have.
Just guessing I think there would be a difference in bolt locations/patterns on the frame rails given the different cab config's (regular, extended, crew etc.). I'm sure it would be fine but I personally would not drill additionl holes in the frame
rails. Regardiing the rears... are you going to be installing one of their "Super Hitches"?

Just my $.02.... Good luck!
I was planning on installing a super hitch in the future but not at the moment.

I was not planning on drilling new holes in the frame but in the brackets instead. But no worries I took my sweet time deciding about it and they were sold.
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