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Posted: 12/22/06 08:43am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ok. I have lost my keys (the only Key to our TT) The TT is unlocked and I need to replace the locks. I figure replacing the locks will be cheaper vs getting a lock smith to make a new key. Has anyone ever had to replace their locks? Where can I purchase new locks online for the TT? Are basically all locks the same?
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There are very few different locks used on RVs, you may be able to get a set from a dealer to try, you may just find one that fits, it is then just a matter of getting a few new ones cut. On the other hand, you might find that this is an opportunity to get a more secure set of locks that no one else has keys to fit.....


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Gary,
Look in the center console of your truck... that's where I found mine.
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I just bought THESE for my trailer... Haven't had a chance to install them yet but it's one answer for all locks keyed alike


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Posted: 12/22/06 09:32am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would take one of the locks down to the locksmith and have him either make new keys or re-key the lock. I did this once and it was much cheaper than new locks.





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http://vegastrailer.com/

They have an on-line catalog with a lot of different types of locks.

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When I lost my keys the local RV dealer told to take the cover off of then lock and look inside. There was a phone number to call to get replacement keys. Just took a few days for them to get to me through the mail.


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dmc16 wrote:

When I lost my keys the local RV dealer told to take the cover off of then lock and look inside. There was a phone number to call to get replacement keys. Just took a few days for them to get to me through the mail.


exactly ... remove the 4 screws holding the inside door latch in place ... on most campers you will find an 800 number and a key code ... when I ordered additional keys a few months ago I seem to recall they charged $1.50 each

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These locks are nice also.

Just another option.

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On the dead bolt locks, I just went to Home Depot and bought two keyed alike dead bolts and installed them; They are much better than those that came in my TT. I had mine keyed like my house dead bolts so I only have to worry about one key.

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