How Do You Install a Haul Master Truck Bed Unloader?

Installing a Haul Master truck bed unloader is a relatively straight-forward process that can help save time and energy when it comes to loading and unloading heavy cargo from your truck bed. This type of unloader is designed to provide a quick and easy way to lift cargo up or down from the truck bed in less than one minute. It features a hydraulic lift system that can handle up to 1,500 pounds of cargo, making it ideal for professional use or even personal use if you have heavy loads.

Before beginning the installation process, make sure you have all the necessary tools and equipment on hand. You’ll need a socket wrench, adjustable wrench, drill, drill bits, and safety glasses. Additionally, you may need some additional items depending on your specific model of Haul Master truck bed unloader.

To begin installation, start by attaching the frame to the truck bed using either screws or bolts. Once the frame is securely in place, use the supplied mounting brackets to attach the two arms of the unloader to either side of the frame. Make sure these are tight so that they don’t move around when in use.

Next, attach the hydraulic lift system to each arm using bolts or screws. This system should come with detailed instructions on how it should be installed properly. After this step is complete, attach the two control handles to each arm and secure them with nuts.

Finally, connect all of the hydraulic hoses together according to their instructions and then fill them with hydraulic fluid. You should also check all connections for leaks before using your new Haul Master truck bed unloader.


Installing a Haul Master truck bed unloader is not complicated but requires some basic knowledge of tools and hardware as well as following instructions carefully in order to ensure proper installation. With all necessary tools on hand as well as detailed instructions provided with each unit, installing this type of unloader should be an easy task for anyone looking for an effective way to quickly load or unload heavy cargo from their truck bed.

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Stephen Dunn