Looking for some ideas on keeping the camper centered in the bed of my truck. Seems like after every offroad trip, the camper shifts all the way over to one side, and while it doesn't really matter, it just bugs me.
I have a 2003ish Hawk on a 2001 Ford Super Duty. There is about a 2" gap on either side when centered. Before every trip I make sure the tie downs are tight, but not too tight. I got the eye bolt locations from FWC and drilled & installed them. I am assuming they don't have enough lateral angle to them, which allows the camper to slide around a bit.
I remember my dad had just drilled through the base of his 80s Grandby into the truck bed with normal bolts and it kept it in place. Since I've already drilled the eye bolts, I wasn't that stoked on drilling an additional 2 down the center, but that is all that I have come up with so far.
Any other ideas I am missing here? I wanted to just wedge in some wood on the sides but I just don't see that holding up on long dirt roads.
Thanks for your help!