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Old 05-27-2012, 09:38 AM   #1
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Basement door latches??

I need what seems to be plastic or nylon bolts for my 1990 Fleetwood Pace arrow basement doors..
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Old 05-27-2012, 12:59 PM   #2
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Home Depot, Ace, and Lowe's all carry plastic-ware.
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If it was that easy I would already have them

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Well maybe if you explain exactly what you need or take a picture of it someone could help you, but HiTek is correct , the big box stores carry a variety of plastic fasteners. Not having the same make , model, and year unit , we don't know exactly what your looking for.
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Take a picture- my '89 Southwind does not have plastic anything on the basement doors.
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Incidentally, one of the biggest RV salvage places is in Carthage, MO- Colaws.

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I looked closely at your pic but I can't find the plastic part you're asking about. Well, actually, i see no plastic anything in the pic Could you point it out?
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From what I can tell the latch itself is the plastic the OP is speaking of. You could do a few different things if you are trying to replace them.
1 go to a machine shop and have some made from aluminum or steel
2 make some your self out of a hard wood then fiberglass them.
3 order new if they are available- check with Fleetwood
4 get some used ones from Colaws or any other RV salvage yard

If its not the latch your talking about then not sure if the above was any help
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Now your in the wrong thread, do you really strap on a sidearm before you go into Walmart? ( from his other thread)
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Sorry for not understanding how to post a photo.. This is the latchs I am looking for....

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Take a good one off, and duplicate out oak.
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1 minute of Googling brought up this
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In one minute of searching I found that also but if you are paying attention it is not something I can use on my door. Thanks for all the criticism/
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