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Old 04-28-2011, 08:13 AM   #11
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The key is a ch 751 almost every camper in the park will have one... real security...
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Old 04-28-2011, 10:28 AM   #12
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our dealer warned us of the common 751 key when we picked up our trailer. It appears very easy to gain access to the trailer via the front storage area. Just slide in and pop the bed open. Might have to install new locks...
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Old 04-28-2011, 10:40 AM   #13
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It appears very easy to gain access to the trailer via the front storage area. Just slide in and pop the bed open. Might have to install new locks...
I think that was the first time that thought was posted here! I have a pretty hard time lifting that bed from the inside though as we have that heavy topper on our bed. Not to say it still can't be compromised for nefarious reasons though
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Old 04-28-2011, 12:39 PM   #14
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Y'all are right, is a CH751 lock. Will be going to RV Store tomorrow and buying new locks for the cargo doors and shower. Was able to 'pop' shower access door very easily though, so gonna flush the entire fresh water system this evening and then sanitize. Probably head to a state park this weekend and flush the grey/black water systems and see how easy all of the hook-ups are! Thank everyone for their help!!!
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Learn something new every day on this forum. Never new this about the keys all being the same. Its a good thing campers are generally all friendly honest people.
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I think that was the first time that thought was posted here! I have a pretty hard time lifting that bed from the inside though as we have that heavy topper on our bed. Not to say it still can't be compromised for nefarious reasons though
Nefarious.....great word! Definately not used enough in casual conversation.
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Old 04-28-2011, 08:21 PM   #17
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Y'all are right, is a CH751 lock. Will be going to RV Store tomorrow and buying new locks for the cargo doors and shower. Was able to 'pop' shower access door very easily though, so gonna flush the entire fresh water system this evening and then sanitize. Probably head to a state park this weekend and flush the grey/black water systems and see how easy all of the hook-ups are! Thank everyone for their help!!!
I would suggest getting locks from somewhere other than an RV store since there is a good chance their locks are also keyed alike and there will be others who will have your new key. When I got the Lear 100R shell with tool boxes on the side for my truck (yeah, I'm bragging), the first thing I did was to go to a locksmith and buy a pair of replacement locks with the barrel type keys. Not many people are going to have that key, they are much harder to pick, and are pretty much impossible to pop with a slide hammer puller. The doors are steel and have two 1/4" steel rods securing the the doors at each end and a 1/8" plate that swings down in the center to further secure the door. Even if a crook (I have better names but Mama told me not to use them) took a wrench or pipe to the t-handle, that door isn't opening until the lock is opened. At the very least, I'll replace all the compartment locks and turn latches on my TT (once I buy it) with barrel locks with beefed up strikers, then beef up the doors. Anyone who wants in will have to work hard for it (which should give me plenty of time to find something heavy if I happen to be in the area).
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Y'all are right, is a CH751 lock. Will be going to RV Store tomorrow and buying new locks for the cargo doors and shower. Was able to 'pop' shower access door very easily though, so gonna flush the entire fresh water system this evening and then sanitize. Probably head to a state park this weekend and flush the grey/black water systems and see how easy all of the hook-ups are! Thank everyone for their help!!!
Save your $$ on the shower lock.. I got a new lock for mine but after looking at the way they are set up it looks like too much work to replace that for the tiny amount of gain... I doubt anyone will mess with that.. dirty burglars dont normally take showers..
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,,,dirty burglars dont normally take showers..
Maybe not but there are those who would take the parts for their own or just do it out of meaness.
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I can "pop" your shower door open with a screwdriver in about 1 second.. so save your $$$
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