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Mike Foster

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Have finally got something sorted for the door latches on my 2013 UEV390, linch pins work a treat, better than padlocks as they are easier to remove. Sick of having random doors opening themselves while travelling. Anyone else have this issue?

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JRad

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How do you lock it?
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Mike Foster

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I pull the pin and use a padlock, this is only for travel use. (Got sick of the doors opening on their own whilst travelling)
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Simon Bailey

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Have finally got something sorted for the door latches on my 2013 UEV390, linch pins work a treat, better than padlocks as they are easier to remove. Sick of having random doors opening themselves while travelling. Anyone else have this issue?


I use the same but have elastic loops fitted like you use on a tarp on a Ute. This stops them vibrating out on rough tracks.
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Mike Foster

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Hi Simon
I thought about the same but couldn't work out how to get the loops to attach to the camper to be able to remove the pins easily. I did toy with the idea of putting in the newer style cam locking latches but that was going to be difficult trying to find the right style of lock.I also put doors and a flick mixer tap where the old gas cylinders used to sit, worked out well.

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Simon Bailey

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Hi Simon
I thought about the same but couldn't work out how to get the loops to attach to the camper to be able to remove the pins easily. I did toy with the idea of putting in the newer style cam locking latches but that was going to be difficult trying to find the right style of lock.I also put doors and a flick mixer tap where the old gas cylinders used to sit, worked out well.


Pull the rings off the lunch pins and thread the loops onto them. Do a search and you will find some pictures.
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Mike Foster

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Thanks, will do
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