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Old 02-08-2016, 08:58 AM   #1
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Basement door lock tumblers

Can the door lock tumblers be changed on basement door locks mine are fic type locks. Would like to change so use se key as others
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Might be cheaper to replace all your compartment locks with one of these: Amazon
If you wish to go keyless:RV Compartment Locks, RV Cam Locks, RV Door Locks
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Might be cheaper to replace all your compartment locks with one of these: Amazon
If you wish to go keyless:RV Compartment Locks, RV Cam Locks, RV Door Locks
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Here are 4 replacemtent key locks for only $20.23
https://jet.com/product/detail/429cf...FQsvgQodYj4IMg
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Might be cheaper to replace all your compartment locks with one of these: Amazon
If you wish to go keyless:RV Compartment Locks, RV Cam Locks, RV Door Locks
I would be afraid of snow/ice causing that style of lock to freeze the locking mechanism and make it hard/impossible to turn the dials. I know most don't travel in winter weather but last Sept we ran in to snow a couple of times on our way out to Utah. Also, road grime as you drive might foul the dials.
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