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Old 03-04-2003, 11:40 AM   #29
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This thread is the Chute Lake. My other thread is on pg 3 of this forum under "72 boler" upgrade.
Several companies now make these locks. One is "Hafele". We buy ours wholesale in Vancouver BC at Western Marine but any major marine and/or cabinet hardware supply store should be able to get them for you. Cost should be around US$8-9/ea. They are available in chrome, brushed stainless and brass plating. They have a snap shut and when you push the button in, the striker bar locks the door. Another push unlocks. You may need to beef up the door frame, like I had to.(3/4")
Go buy your Jeep, let her pick out the options. My next choice (when I strike GOLD) is the new RUBICON Wrangler!!!!!!!!
Drooling in BC,
Hans

Note: The push locks cost has risen to US20.-, still worth it though!
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Old 03-08-2003, 10:03 AM   #30
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I'm trying to buy the jeep

Well, I have one small problem getting a Jeep. I know some may veiw this as unexceptable, but I am in the military. I am presently deployed for awhile. Some winter vacation, not. I'm just glad that I can view this site on occasionaly. My plans have changed since I left. I told my wife that I am buying a jeep upon my return and I want to get my trailer complete. I think I deserve it after this. It would be nice to use this summer, I hope. Thanks for the info.
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Old 03-08-2003, 11:37 AM   #31
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Unacceptable?

I hope we *never* return to those "fun days" of the late 60s and early 70s when people spat on our military.

Unacceptable? I should hope not!

Best of luck to you-- and LOTS of fun with jeep + trailer when you get back!
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Old 05-28-2003, 05:37 PM   #32
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I'm back

Well I'm back.:wave I had talked myself out of the jeep only to have had my Mother talk me back into it. I now have a Jeep Wrangler and after numerous phone calls and a lot of frustration, I have the knobs on order also. The knobs are costing $12.98 each U.S.,:omy thats bad. I plan on starting my remodeling again in a month.
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Glad your back Steve. You got to watch out for those, Moms. :laugh Hope she helped payfor the Jeep. :thumb
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