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Old 07-11-2019, 02:02 PM   #1
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Changing CH751 Locks

Does anyone have a good online resource to change the industry standard CH751 locks to a more unique key profile?

I found
https://shoprvlocks.com/

...but I don't know if anyone has experience with other resources that they could recommend.

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Old 07-12-2019, 06:18 AM   #2
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Here are 2
you need to know the depth of the locks

This one the key is only removable when locked
https://www.amazon.com/Prime-Product...r=8-1-fkmrnull

This one key is removable in locked or unlocked
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HFFRKSH...ee3aed6a0&th=1
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Does anyone have a good online resource to change the industry standard CH751 locks to a more unique key profile?

I found
https://shoprvlocks.com/

...but I don't know if anyone has experience with other resources that they could recommend.

Thanks!
We went to a locksmith that had locks they could key alike and had different lengths for each of the locks we needed. Call around and ask if they have locks like that. Seems like the brand is US Locks or something similar to that. The key says US and a number on them. We took the locks out and marked them since there are at least 3 sizes and took them with us. We ended up getting enough locks for our Casita and motorhome so that we can use one key for all of them. I didn't want to chance ordering something like that online. Seemed like each lock was around $10-12. The water door has a clip on it but that one wasn't available but they had one the right size with the screw nut on it.
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Thanks for the reply Jann Todd!
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