Trap door/turnbuckle installation vs traditional bolt down

Capri Campers can be installed one of three ways.  The traditional bolt-down method for campers that will rarely or never be removed from the truck, or for serious off-road camping.  This is the safest and most secure way to attach the camper to your truck.  We can easily bolt the camper to your truck bed using four 6” long hex bolts that are easy to ratchet out of the floor. Alternatively, we offer turnbuckles and retractable locking ratchet straps.  For turnbuckle installation our campers will have four heavy duty hooks mounted under the wings of the camper (2 on each side) and there will be four access trap doors below each hook.  After the camper is on your truck, you will be able to reach inside a trap door with a turnbuckle, hook above to the camper hook and then below directly to a hook mounted in your truck bed. Tighten the turnbuckles to secure your camper, loosen and unhook to remove the camper from your truck. We will install the four hooks in your truck bed using four small heavy duty eye bolts, plus washers and nut and a heavy duty steel plate that mounts under the truck bed out of sight.  Retractable ratchet straps work in a very similar way.  Once we see your truck we will suggest the method that will be the safest and simplest solution.