Torklift Camper Packer Protects Campers in Storage

Washington-based Torklift International, quality manufacturer of factory and aftermarket parts for truck campers, has released a long-term storage solution for slide-in truck campers called the Camper Packer. According to the press release, the product is designed to prevent camper jack and frame damage by redistributing the weight and stress off the four corners of the camper frame and jacks and onto the Camper Packer.

“Safety is something you never want to compromise, especially when it comes to your investment in a truck camper that costs thousands of dollars,” said Torklift President Jack Kay. “That’s why we offer the Camper Packer truck camper storage stands that protect the frame and jacks during storage.”

The Camper Packer comes with two stands with each measuring 50-inches from side-to-side. The set includes high-impact powder coated brackets and all hardware. One version is available with special, pressure treated lumber, and the other is a brackets-only kit for those who have their own lumber. The Camper Packer has been tested by Torklift’s in-house engineering team and can support up to 6,000 pounds per pair to support weight, 12-times the weight capacity of typical hardware store sawhorse.

According to Torklift, the Camper Packer is fully-compatible with the Torklift Wobble Stopper for double the stability and safety while the camper is in storage.

“Our truck camper storage stands are designed to be as easy to use as possible for customers, so we designed it to be 100 percent tool-free operation and quick to disassemble, taking up very little storage space when not in use,” he said.

The Camper Packer is available for purchase online or in-store through Torklift’s network of Certified Dealers across the country. Like all Torklift products, the Camper Packer is made in the USA.

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