7160-0281 Install
Form #
Rev A
2011+ Ford F250-F750 Super Duty Truck Base
The purpose of this installation instruction is to illustrate the manufacturer's recommended method of
installation. This vehicle base is a no holes bored solution for 2011 and newer Ford F250-F750 Super Duty
Trucks. It will not fit into previous model year vehicles.
• You must read and follow all of the installation instructions. Failure to follow all of the installation
instructions may result in serious bodily injury or death.
• Do not install or use the vehicle base in the area in which the airbag on the vehicle may be deployed if it
is activated. The installer and user of the Ford Super Duty Base are responsible for installing and using
the mounting system outside the area in which an airbag may be deployed if activated. (See Product
Mounting Disclaimer Below)
• Keep these installation instructions with the product and readily available in the vehicle for future
reference of other users of the product.
• Additional copies of the installation instructions can be obtained from Gamber-Johnson.
If you need assistance or have any questions, call Gamber-Johnson at 1-800-456-6868.
• Do not remove warning label from product under any circumstances.
Remove Front Seat Bolts
Mounting Base in vehicle: (See figure 1)
1. Begin by removing the front seatbolts of
the front passenger's seat. Also, loosen the
rear seat bolts on the same seat. It is not
necessary to remove the rear seat bolts, just
back them out enough to be able to tilt the
seat backwards.
2. Tilt the passenger's seat backwards. Slide
the vehicle base underneath the seat frame legs.
Notice the dimples in each of the front legs of
the seat frame. Align the base so that the
dimples on the seat frame legs rest inside the
square cut-outs of the base.
FIG. 1
Ford Super Duty Base
Slide Base under
Seat Frame
Product Mounting Disclaimer
Gamber-Johnson is not liable under any theory of contract or tort law for any loss, damage, personal injury, special, incidental or consequential damages for personal injury or other damage
of any nature arising directly or indirectly as a result of the improper installation or use of its products in vehicle or any other application. In order to safely install and use Gamber-Johnson
products full consideration of vehicle occupants, vehicle systems (i.e., the location of fuel lines, brakes lines, electrical, drive train or other systems), air-bags and other safety equipment is
required. Gamber-Johnson specifically disclaims any responsibility for the improper use or installation of its products not consistent with the original vehicle manufactures specifications
and recommendations, Gamber-Johnson product instruction sheets, or workmanship standards as endorsed through the Gamber-Johnson Certified Installer Program.
© copyright 2010 Gamber-Johnson, LLC
If you need assistance or have questions, call Gamber-Johnson at 1-800-456-6868
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Mounting Base in vehicle: (See figure 2)
3. Insert and tighten the front seat bolts. Tighten the rear seat bolts. This completes the main installation
of the Ford Super Duty Vehicle Base. Add mounting step, lower pole, upper pole, motion attachment and
docking solution as needed.
4. It is highly recommended to use a Support Brace (Gamber-Johnson p/n 7160-0230) connected to the
lower pole to minimize vibration in the assembly.
FIG. 2
Ford Super Duty Base Installed
• The components added to the 2011+ Ford Super Duty Vehicle Base should not be positioned in the area where
the airbag may be deployed if it is activated.
• DO NOT position the equipment in front of an airbag. Equipment positioned in front of an airbag may cause
serious injury or death if an airbag is activated.
• If installation of the equipment requires that the equipment be placed in front of an airbag, the airbag should
be deactivated. In order to secure permission for deactivating the airbag you must contact the National
Highway Traffic Safety Administration at 1-800-424-9393. If you have any questions or need assistance, call
Gamber-Johnson at 1-800-456-6868.
• High speed vehicle turns may cause the moving parts of the assembly to swivel, interfering with the driver or
other equipment.
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