C1204 CHEVY 2500/3500 HD 2001-2007 SHORT BED TECH SUPPORT (800) 246-8132

C1204 CHEVY 2500/3500 HD 2001-2007 SHORT BED TECH SUPPORT (800) 246-8132
IMPORTANT OWNER-OPERATOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
C1204/SH01CHSB
APPLICATION FITS
CHEVY 2500/3500 HD
2001-2007 SHORT BED
REVISED BY: JDK 10.28.2011
TECH SUPPORT (800) 246-8132
AFTER INSTALL, PLEASE GIVE
THIS BOOKLET TO YOUR CUSTOMER
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C1204 PARTS INVENTORY
2 - Frame side plates 1 - Double receiver crosstube
8 - 1” X 2” plate washers
18 - 1/2” lock washers
20 - 1/2” flat washers
2 - 5-8” pins
1 - Chevy Plug bracket
2 - 1/4” Bolt
2 - 1/4” Washer
2 - 1/4” Nut
8 - 1/2” x 1 1/2” rib neck bolts 2 - M14 X 2.0 X 40MM 8.8 bolts
2 - 9/16” flat washers
2 - 9/16” lock washers
8 - 1/2” X 2” Grd 8 hex bolts 18 - 1/2” X 13 Grd 8 nut
2- 5/16” Self Tapping Screw * ”used for wire harnes and plug bracket”
ADDENDUM
Modification to the spare tire hanger bracket may be necessary in installation of Superhitch
WARNING: DO NOT LUBRICATE THREADS. BOLT FAILURE MAY OCCUR DUE TO OVERTIGHTENING. DO NOT DRILL ON THIS HITCH. NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE
ON A 1/2 TON VEHICLE.
FRAME
OF
TRUCK
NOTE THE
DIRECTION
OF THE
SUPERHITCH
SIDE PLATES
BEFORE
ASSEMBLY
SUPERHITCH PLATES
RUN-IN TOWARDS THE
CENTER OF THE
TRUCK FRAME IN THIS
APPLICATION
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1A. Installation Option A - 1 Person: Attach SuperHitch frame side plates to the frame as instructed in steps 4 & 5. Install the double receiver crosstube using the 8 - 1/2” x 1 1/2” rib neck stud
bolts with the threads in toward the spare tire and tightening on the opposite side with 8 - 1/2” lock
washers and 8 - 1/2” x 13 nuts. Tighten to 75 ft. lbs. Note: When installing the rib neck stud bolts
use a mallet or hammer and a block of wood to seat the bolt heads against the frame side plates.
Do not! Use power tools or hand tools to “draw” the rib neck stud bolts through the holes. To simplify seating the stud bolts, use vise grips to clamp the SuperHitch crosstube to the side frame plate
and snug the bolts in the frame. This will minimize movement and ease this process. You may now
continue on to step 6.
1B. Installation Option B - 2 People: Assemble frame side plates and double receiver crosstube
together using the 8 - 1/2” x 1 1/2” rib neck bolts (make sure the threads on the bolts face toward
the crosstube) and on the opposite side tightening with 8 - 1/2” lock washers and 8 - 1/2” x 13
nuts. Tighten to 75ft lbs. Note: When installing the 1/2” X 1 1/2” rib neck bolts, use a mallet or
a hammer and a block of wood to seat the bolt heads against the frame side plates. DO NOT use
power or hand tools to “draw” the Rib-Neck bolts through the hole. After this step, the assembled
frame side plates and double receiver crosstube will be referred to as the SuperHitch.
2. Position the SuperHitch under rear of the truck using a floor jack or two people.
3. Loosen spare tire so it can be pushed forward if necessary.
4. Hold or jack hitch into position, lining the two rear holes in the frame that have factory bolts
and nut plates on them up with the two rear holes closest to the bumper of the SuperHitch. On
trucks without the factory receiver hitch, install the two supplied 14mm x 40mm bolts in these
holes, using this bolt with 9/16” flat washer and lock washer (on trucks with the factory receiver
hitch reuse factory bolts). Finger tighten these bolts.
5. Now drop in the remaining bolts with 1” X 2” plate washer under the head of the bolt (threads
pointing towards the ground). From the bottom, install two 1/2” flat washers, one lock washer
and one 1/2” nut on each of these bolts and tighten to 100 ft lbs. 5 bolts minimum per side.
6. Retighten spare tire and install SuperTruss extension (sold seperately).
7. Torque all Grd 8 1/2” nuts to 100 ft lbs.
8. Some vehicles may require tailpipe modification.
IMPORTANT NOTE: USE ONLY SUPPLIED OR APPROVED BOLTS, LOCK WASHERS AND NUTS TO
INSTALL THIS HITCH. * This trailer hitch must have a minimum of 5 bolts per side (ten bolts total)
and be installed per these specifications or your warranty is void.
SUPERHITCH INSTALLATION PHOTOS
Note: Pictures 1 and 2 show the SUPERHITCH if you decide to install the parts
to the vehicle before preassembling the Side Plates and Double Receiver Crosstube
THIS PHOTO SHOWS THE SUPERHITCH SIDE BRACKETS
INSTALLED
HERE IS A REAR DRIVER SIDE
VIEW OF THE FULLY
ASSEMBLED SUPERHITCH
THIS IS A PASSENGER SIDE
VIEW OF THE
FULLY ASSEMBLED SUPERHITCH
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SUPERHITCH
DIAGRAM
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SUPERTRUSS EXTENSION
WEIGHT CAPACITIES
(SUPERTRUSS SOLD SEPARATELY)
ASSEMBLE THE CHAIN, BOW SHACKLES AND TURNBUCKLES
AS SHOWN. TIGHTEN BOW SHACKLES AND
TURNBUCKLE JAM NUTS WITH HAND TOOLS
(TIGHTEN TURNBUCKLES BY HAND DO NOT USE TOOLS TO TENSION TURNBUCKLES)
WARNING - READ CAREFULLY
Dead Weight (weight carrying)
Tongue Weight Pull Weight
60”
48” 42”
36”
32”
28”
24”
21”
500 lb.
600 lb. 600 lb. 650 lb. 650 lb.
750 lb. 750 lb. 750 lb. Weight Distributing (load equalizing)
Tongue Weight Pull Weight
5,000 lb.
6,000 lb. 6,000 lb.
6,500 lb. 6,500 lb.
7,500 lb. 7,500 lb. 7,500 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,200 lb. 1,200 lb. 1,200 lb. 1,200 lb.
1,200 lb. 1,400 lb. 1,400 lb. 10,000 lb.
12,000 lb.
12,000 lb.
12,000 lb.
12,000 lb.
12,000 lb.
14,000 lb.
14,000 lb.
THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT WITHOUT A LOAD EQUALIZING SYSTEM LIMITS YOUR CAPACITY TO THE DEAD WEIGHT (WEIGHT CARRYING) CAPACITY. FAILURE TO STAY WITHIN THESE LIMITATIONS WILL RESULT IN
DAMAGE AND VOID YOUR WARRANTY!!!!
The TorkLift SuperTruss Extension cannot be used with any other type of
trailer hitch receiver. Any attempt to modify or recreate a SuperHitch receiver will result in a loss of warranty. The modification of another factory or
aftermarket trailer hitch receiver in an attempt to use a TorkLift SuperTruss
extension can result in death or damage. The SuperHitch receiver made by
TorkLift is a special extra heavy-duty trailer hitch receiver, and the capacities stated for the SuperTruss extension are solely with the use of a TorkLift
SuperHitch. Please call if you have any questions on installs or otherwise
at1-800-246-8132.
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THESE STEPS MAY VARY DEPENDING
ON WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION HITCH
MANUFACTURER
WEIGHT DISTRIBUTING
(LOAD EQUALIZING HITCH)
TORKLIFT SUPERTRUSS
EXTENSION ENDS HERE
THIS TYPE OF HITCH IS REQUIRED IN
ADDITION TO YOUR SUPERHITCH TO
OBTAIN THE MAXIMUM RATED CAPACITY.
INCORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE WEIGHT
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM MAY RESULT IN
DAMAGE TO YOUR VEHICLE.
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WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION - CONTINUED
When towing trailers that exceed the dead weight rating on
your extension, it is mandatory to use a weight distributing type
hitch/ball mount and related hardware (SPRINGBARS, QUICK
HOOKUP CLIPS, ETC).
Not all weight distribution systems are rated at the same capacity. Your weight distributing ball mount and bars must be
rated at least 100 lbs higher in regards to tongue weight than
the pre-existing tongue weight of your trailer when fully
loaded.
It is of critical importance that your weight distribution
system is not only rated high enough to match your existing
tongue weight, but that you also have the system set up correctly.
We have supplied a formula to assist you in accurately determining the tongue weight load of your trailer when fully
loaded. After accuarately determining your tongue weight and
making sure that your weight distribution system is rated high
enough, your next step is to ensure the set up of the system
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PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
1. The height of the ball must be determined
before any assembly work can be started. To
get ball height, measure trailer from ground
level to top of ball coupler.
Be sure trailer
is parallel to ground. With your camper on
your truck, fully loaded with gear and overloads adjusted, slide the weight distribution
ball mount into the SuperHitch extension. Be
sure the truck is on level ground. The measurement from ground to top of
ball should be 1 1/2” higher than the level height of trailer top of ball measurement.
2. After ball height has been determined, write down the ascertained
height. EXAMPLE: Measured top of coupler height was 17” from ground,
ball height should be 18 1/2”.
3. Slide the shank into the sleeve receiver, insert hitch pin and spring clip.
With the ball attached to the ball mount, slide the ball mount up or down
the shank until nearest dimension is obtained and the holes line up with
shank. Insert the bolt in the bottom hole first (rest hitch head).
4. The rivet and 8 spacer washers are supplied in order to gain the correct downward angle of the spring bars. Insert rivet, and depending on
the angle or the slope of bars that must be gained, use either 8 or the least
amount of washers necessary in order to establish correct angle. The rivet
and its accompanying washers are placed in the 1/2” hole between the “U”
on the ball mount to acquire desired angle of spring bar. Once the spring
bar angle has been determined, insert the top bolt with a flat washer, both
sides, the lock washer and nut to secure the unit in correct position. Insert
the bottom bolt, use the lock washer and nut. Before tightening the bolts,
lock the set screw. After the first day of towing, check set the screw for
tightness.
See the following page for further illustrated diagrams.
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ILLUSTRATED DIAGRAMS
BEFORE HOOKING UP:
Spring bar should hang
down on a 10-13 degree
angle when ball mount
has been tilted back at
6-8 degree angle.
AFTER HOOKING UP:
Spring bar should be parallel with trailer frame,
or a slight angle up or
down. Slight bow or
bend in bar is normal.
WRONG: Readjust degree of tilt on ball mount
if you have more than
five links of chain hanging free. The number of
links should be the same
on both bars.
EACH WASHER LOWERS
CHAIN END OF SPRING
BAR APPROX 1 1/2”.
MAXIMUM
TILT DOWN
WITH 8
WASHERS
ON RIVET
MAXIMUM TILT
UP WITH RIVET
ONLY
BOLT-TOGETHER BALL
MOUNT HAS 7 1/2” ADJUSTMENT, EACH ADJUSTMENT IS 1 1/4”
EXTRA HY-LOW SHANKS
AVAILABE IF NEEDED.
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THESE STEPS MAY VARY DEPENDING ON WEIGHT
DISTRIBUTION HITCH MANUFACTURER
1. Put the ball mount into the sleeve, insert the
5/8” hitch pin using spring clip to lock the pin
into place - hitch balls are not furnished with the
hitch as there are several sizes, normally they are
supplied or may be purchased from the dealer to
match the coupler of the trailer. Ball shank bushings are supplied to reduce the size of the ball hole
in the hitch down to 1” if needed.
2. Measure the towing vehicle ball height before
adding load to towing behicle. Hook the trailer to
the truck. Lock on the ball. To make hooking up
easier and safer, raise front ofthe trailer and back
of the towing vehicle above level with the trailer
tongue jack. This removes some of the tension by
reducing the distance between the spring bar and
hook-up arm.
3. This step may vary depending on the manufacturer. The spring bars can be inserted into either
side of the ball mount (there is no ‘right’ or ‘left’
bar). To insert and lock spring bar in socket, hold
the bar under socket and push up. The spring bar
will automatically be locked into position by the
spring bar locking device (check to make sure the
bar is locked in by moving it up and down at the
chain end). To remove the spring bars, just pull
out the locking device or swing the bar around
under the bumper and it will drop free.
4. To find correct location on trailer frame for
quick hook-up bracket, hold the chain straight
up and down and free of twist. Center hook-up
bracket on frame and tighten. Set the screw 1/4
turn only. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. On straight
tongue trailers a poli-tongue adapter is necessary.
5. You are now ready to put tension on the spring
bars. When using the quick hook-up, lower the
arm and slip link of chain over hook. Insert hookup handle over the end of the quick hook-up arm.
Lift and flip over center (see fig A).
CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE
HOOK-UP ARM IS COMPLETELY SEATED AND THAT THE SPRING BAR IS
PUSHED DIRECTLY UNDER THE HOOKUP CHAIN HOOK. Now install the hook-up
locking clip through locking ears and over
hook on hook-up arm (see fig B).
6. Release the trailer tongue jack by adjusting the chain links up or down, the desired
load on the bars will be gained. Lock the
coupler onto the ball and raise the front of
the trailer approximately 3” above level. Attach the chain link to the hook-up clip. It
should require 50-100 lbs of force to properly tension the spring bars. Bow or bend in
the spring bar is normal.
7. To release tension on the spring bars,
raise the front of the trailer and the back of
the towing vehicle above level (approx 3”)
with the trailer tongue jack. Remove the
locking clip from the bracket. Insert the
handle over arm. Carefully lower the arm
with the handle. It will require effort to
bring the arm over the center and then to
resist the chain tension as the arm rotates
downward.
MAINTENANCE:
Use heavy lubrication such as fibre type
wheel bearing grease on the hitch ball and
on spring bars inside the ball mount. This
is recommended every day. Also keep the
hitch painted to prevent rust and check the
tightness of bolts regularly. Clean out old
grease and do not let it harden inside of the
ball mount.
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IMPORTANT CONSUMER
INFORMATION ON TOWING
TOWING EQUIPMENT OWNERS: Make sure all of the operators of your
equipment read and understand this information before towing. Save for reference. This will help you properly select, use and maintain your towing equipment. Refer to your owner’s manuals for your tow vehicle, trailer and other
parts of your towing system. Learn the capabilities and limitations of each part.
The GROSS TRAILER WEIGHT and TONGUE WEIGHT are two of the most
important items to consider. THESE WEIGHTS MUST NEVER EXCEED THE
LOWEST RATING OF ANY PART OF YOUR TOWING SYSTEM. GROSS
TRAILER WEIGHT is the weight of the trailer plus all cargo. Measure the
GROSS TRAILER WEIGHT with the fully loaded trailer on a level surface.
The weight is the downward force exerted on the ball by the trailer coupler.
Measure the TONGUE WEIGHT with the fully loaded trailer on a level surface. The coupler must be at its normal towing height. Use a commercial scale
or a bathroom scale. Set up the bathroom scale as shown for heavy tongue
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YOUR TOWING EQUIPMENT
HITCH BALLS
Select by gross trailer weight rating,
mounting platform thickness, hole size
and coupler socket size.  Platform must
be at least 3/8” thick.  Hole must not
exceed threaded shank diameter by
more than 1/16”.  Use lock washer. 
Tighten per instructions.  When tightened, shank must protrude beyond
bottom of nut.  Gross trailer weight
rating and ball diameter are marked
on REESE balls.
TRAILER COUPLERS
The coupler socket should be smooth,
clean and lightly lubricated.  Tighten
or adjust per coupler manufacturer’s
instructions.
SWAY CONTROLS
Sway controls can lessen the effects of sudden maneuvers, wind
gusts and buffeting caused by other
vehicles.  We recommend them for
trailers with large surface areas, such
as travel trailers.  Adjustable friction
models can help control trailers with
low tongue weight percentage.
OTHER USEFUL EQUIPMENT
AIR SPRINGS, AIR SHOCKS or HELPER SPRINGS are useful for some
hitch applications.  A TRANSMISSION
COOLER may be necessary for heavy
SAFETY CHAINS
towing.  Many states require TOWConnect safety chains properly EVERY ING MIRRORS on both sides.
TIME YOU TOW.  Cross chains under
coupler.  Attach securely to the hitch TIRE INFLATION
or tow vehicle so they cannot bounce Check often.  Follow tow vehicle and
loose.  Leave only enough slack to trailer manufacturer’s recommendapermit full turning.  Too much slack tions.  Improper tire inflation can
may prevent chains from maintaining cause trailer sway.
control if other connections separate. 
Do not let chains drag on the road.
TRAILER LIGHTS, TURN SIGNALS,
ELECTRIC BRAKES AND BREAK
AWAY SWITCH CONNECTIONS
Make these safety-critical connections
EVERY TIME YOU TOW, no matter
how short the trip.  Check operation,
including electric brake manual control,
before getting on the road.
NO PASSENGERS IN TRAILERS: NEVER allow people
in trailers while towing, under any circumstances.
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HELPFUL TOWING HINTS
TRAILER LOADING
Proper loading helps prevent sway. Place
heavy object on the floor ahead of the axle.
Balance the load side-to-side. Secure it to
prevent shifting. Tongue weight should
be 10-15 percent of gross weight for most
trailers. Too low of a percentage of tongue
weight can cause sway. NEVER load the
trailer rear heavy - LOAD THE TRAILER
HEAVIER IN FRONT.
DRIVING
The additional weight of a trailer affects
acceleration, braking and handling. Allow
extra time for passing, stopping and changing lanes. Severe bumps can damage your
towing vehicle, hitch and trailer. Drive
slowly on rough roads. STOP AND MAKE
A THOROUGH INSPECTION IF ANY PART
OF YOUR TOWING SYSTEM STRIKES THE
ROAD. CORRECT ANY PROBLEMS BEFORE
RESUMING TRAVEL.
DO
-Reduce your speed gradually.
-Hold the steering wheel as steady
as possible.
-If your trailer has electric brakes,
apply the brakes alone, without using the tow vehicle’s brakes.
CHECK FOR EXCESSIVE SWAY AND
ELIMINATE IT
Excessive sway can lead to loss of control.
Sway motion should settle out quickly. Sway
tends to increase on a downgrade. Starting slowly, increase speed in gradual steps.
If sway occurs, adjust your trailer load and
equipment. Repeat until the trailer is stable
at highway speed. Do this whenever your
trailer loading changes.
DON’T
-Don’t hit your brake pedal hard
unless absolutely necessary. A
“jack-knife” can result.
-Don’t try to steer out of the sway
condition. Sudden or violent steering can make it worse.
-Don’t speed up. Sway increases
as you go faster.
-Don’t continue towing a trailer
that tends to sway. You may lose
control during an emergency maIF TRAILER SUDDENLY STARTS TO neuver or if the conditions listed
SWAY
above occur.
Turbulence from another vehicle, a wind gust
or a downgrade can cause sudden sway. So
can a shift of the trailer’s load or a trailer
tire blowout. IF THE TRAILER SWAYS, IT IS
THE DRIVER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO ASSESS
THE SITUATION AND TAKE APPROPRIATE
ACTIONS. Below are suggestions that may
apply, depending on conditions:
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINISH MAINTENANCE
OF TORKLIFT PRODUCTS
POWDER COATED STEEL:
To keep your Torklift products looking good follow
these guidlines. All steel powder coated Torklift products are sandblasted for maximum adhesion and use
a high quality industrial urethane based powder coat.
Due to the extreme, harsh, undercar environment that
your Torklift products live in, (consistantly sprayed with
corrosive road chemicals such as salt, and road debris),
Torklift does not warranty the power coated finish.
To minimize corrosion from these factors on powder
coated steel products, Torklift recommends regularly
cleaning and inspecting the powder coated surface
and touching up any affected areas with an enamel or
urethane based aerosol paint product. If there are any
areas of surface rust, there are also aerosol spray rust
converters available on the market that can be used as
a preparation to touch-up paint application. These finish
maintenance products are available at any automotive
parts supplier.
POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL :
Torklift utilizes quality grade 304 stainless steel in
our stainless steel polished products. 304 stainless
steel is well known for its anti-corrosive properties.
However, in some environments such as coastal regions or when coming in contact with some road
chemicals, corrosion may occur.
For a quick clean simply use WD40 and a cloth rag.
We also recommend occasional polishing of our polished stainless products to maintain their attractive
finish. Use an approved stainless steel chrome or aluminum mag wheel polish cleaning product which can
be purchased from any automotive parts supplier.
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TORKLIFT LIMITED WARRANTY
322
N RAILROAD AVE KENT, WA 98032
(800) 246-8132
LIMITED WARRANTY
TorkLift warrants its hitches, custom hitch receivers, frame mounted
tiedowns and FastGun Turnbuckles from date of purchase against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service, ordinary wear and tear excepted, for the ownership life of the original consumer purchaser. TorkLift will replace FREE OF CHARGE any part
that proves defective in material or workmanship when presented to
TorkLift, TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PREPAID, at the address
above. THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO DEFECTIVE PARTS
REPLACEMENT ONLY. LABOR CHARGES AND/OR DAMAGE
INCURRED IN INSTALLATION OR REPLACEMENT AS WELL
AS INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CONNECTED THEREWITH ARE EXCLUDED. This warranty does
not include the finish or paint on our products. Rusting, cracking or peeling of the finish is also excluded. Some states do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Any damage
to the hitch, custom hitch receiver or frame mounted tiedowns as a
result of misuse, abuse, neglect, accident, improper installation or any
use violative of instructions furnished by us WILL VOID THE WARRANTY. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have rights which vary from state to state. With warranty service
or performance, you may be able to go to a small claims court, a state
court or a federal district court.
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322 N. RAILROAD
KENT, WA 98032
PHONE (800) 246-8132
FAX
(253) 854-8003
OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.TORKLIFT.COM
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for making TorkLift your choice for truck, camper packages and accessories for your vehicle. By choosing TorkLift products, you have chosen a company that
has been serving the RV industry for nearly 40 years and
whose name has become synonomous with strength, quality and advanced design and installation.
Please take a few moments of your time to complete the
Product Registration Warranty Card on the next page.
When registering your newly purchased TorkLift products,
you can be assured that your contact information is secure
and that you and your product are getting the attention
and respect that you deserve.
Thank you again for choosing TorkLift quality products.
Register for your lifetime warranty and receive a free Torklift
International gift.
To Fax: Send copies of the questionnaire, warranty card and receipt to 253854-8003
To E-mail: Send copies of the questionnaire, warranty card and receipt to
warranty@torklift.com
To Mail: Send to Torklift International 322 Railroad Ave., Kent, WA 98032
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OFFICIAL WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM COMPLETELY AND RETURN TO TORKLIFT WITHIN
30 DAYS OF PURCHASE, ACCOMPANIED BY A COPY OF YOUR ORIGINAL RECEIPT
TODAY’S DATE: ___________________________________
1. PART(S) PURCHASED
PART#: ___________________
PART#: _______________________
PART#: ___________________
PART#: _______________________
2. PURCHASER INFORMATION
NAME: _____________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: __________________________________________________________
CITY: _________________ STATE: _____ ZIP / POSTAL CODE: ______________
PHONE: _____________________
EMAIL: _____________________________
3. TRUCK INFORMATION
YEAR: ______________
MAKE: _________________
MODEL:_____________
BED LENGTH: ___________
4. CAMPER INFORMATION
YEAR: ___________ MAKE: _______________ MODEL: ________________
5. DEALER INFORMATION
PURCHASED FROM: ______________________________________________
ADDRESS:______________________________________________________
CITY: _________________
INSTALLED BY:
STATE: _____ ZIP / POSTAL: ______________
OWNER
ABOVE DEALER
ANOTHER DEALER
IF ANOTHER DEALER, WHO: _______________________________________
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