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Old 02-14-2015, 01:02 PM   #1
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Electric "keyless" lock?

Anyone have one of these or something similar. Seems like is would be INCREDIBLY handy not to have to carry the keys all the time while camping.
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Old 02-14-2015, 01:37 PM   #2
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So once you start depending on this and leave keys at home and battery goes dead..oops! Why not put key on ring with your TV key and save some money.
In over 45 years of camping I never locked up and never had aproblem1
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Anyone have one of these or something similar. Seems like is would be INCREDIBLY handy not to have to carry the keys all the time while camping.
Try Trimark Corp.com.
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Never said anything about "leaving the keys at home". Just wouldn't feel the need to have them in my pocket at all times. Could give my son access without having an extra set made for him. I understand nothing is fool-proof. I believe it gives a warning when the batteries are getting low...
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Old 02-14-2015, 02:16 PM   #5
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Try Trimark Corp.com.
Thanks, but I'm looking for a turnkey solution (no pun intended) and not one I have to cobble together. I don't see that on their Website.
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Old 02-14-2015, 02:45 PM   #6
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Anyone have one of these or something similar. Seems like is would be INCREDIBLY handy not to have to carry the keys all the time while camping.
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Thanks, but I'm looking for a turnkey solution (no pun intended) and not one I have to cobble together. I don't see that on their Website.
Ha need a lock before a locksmith! The road is long and pricey as a retofiit, showed first steps, wiring, door etc....
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My first keyless rv lock was factory installed and had troubles for 2 years till Primetime replaced it at Goshen.
Last year we bought RV Lock at Goshen and self install in 10 minutes. It work great from the start. It has a stick on keypad that is easy to use and a wireless key fob that is like your car fob. As a back up there is also key that is different from the run of the mill common key.
Buy it again? Yes
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My first keyless rv lock was factory installed and had troubles for 2 years till Primetime replaced it at Goshen.
Last year we bought RV Lock at Goshen and self install in 10 minutes. It work great from the start. It has a stick on keypad that is easy to use and a wireless key fob that is like your car fob. As a back up there is also key that is different from the run of the mill common key.
Buy it again? Yes
Big difference is factory design and install includes features for remote stations and fixed buttons, ignition interlock, step interlock and auto lighting features all part of package.
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Old 02-28-2015, 02:59 PM   #9
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Hi I have been looking at Bauer Locks it is direct replacement for a travel trailer door latch. This will not work on a motor home door. This an link to there web site. Bauer Products - Bauer Products Videos

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Not sure what happened to link so I will try again
Bauer Products - Bauer Products Videos

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