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Old 10-31-2011, 08:29 AM   #1
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no privacy in baggage door locks.

Have you noticed how many baggages doors you can open with your key. It seem that there is hardly no combinations and the same key can open several trailers baggage doors. I am planning to see if I can find other locks better than the one that they supply. I checked a few other trailers and my key with the code CH751 can open almost all the doors. No privacy there and specially when you have a pass thrue doors a lots of materials can be stored there and everybody can have access. Scary!!!!
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Old 10-31-2011, 09:09 AM   #2
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If you google search for CH751 lock replacement you will find tons of
suggestions.
I bought tubular key lock replacements from a company that specializes
in just this lock.
Kinda pricey at nearly $20 for 2 locks but no one else can open them with
a key.
Now if they've got a big screwdriver or a tire tool that's a different story
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Old 10-31-2011, 10:49 AM   #3
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locks are for honest people. Take the cylinders to a lock smith and have them retumbler the cylinders to a different pin value.
I've flashed mil pol opn some of my items which are in storage compartments. Anything else is kept with the truck or insuide the TT. then again you should put a hasp or something on the bed to keep someone small from getting inside and unlocking the deadbolt.
Anyone caught inside my TT better hope the cops get there before I do -Wait I am a cop so that wouldn't work to theri advantage either.
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Old 11-07-2011, 11:53 AM   #4
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Was out to my trailer at the storage lot yesterday. Just for the hell of it, tried my storage key in my friends trailer (06 Cougar) parked next to me and my key opened all his storage doors. Wayne
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Old 11-07-2011, 01:56 PM   #5
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time to go to the locksmith and get some different locks I'd say.
Are the things in your trailer worth more than 20 bucks... sure are.
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Old 11-07-2011, 07:59 PM   #6
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heres one solution. Combi-Cam products :: Keyless Entry Door Locks from GoKeyless

or this .

High Security Cam Locks on Northeast Lock Co


or


Camlocks



theres options just have to pay the price .
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Old 11-07-2011, 10:23 PM   #7
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if someone wants in, they just pull and the bar that latches to the trailer will straighten out and the door will open. what it latches to is weak as well as the door itself.
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I was warned when I bought my trailer that the key is the same for every trailer for those compartments, so keep that in mind when you decide what to store there.
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remember as well its not whats stored inside but its a gateway to under the master bed in most trailers and into the inside where TV's and electronic gaming centers etc are stored.
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remember as well its not whats stored inside but its a gateway to under the master bed in most trailers and into the inside where TV's and electronic gaming centers etc are stored.
very true. i locked myself out of mine once and was able to go thru there to access the door lock.

whatever u do, there just isn't a lot of security there.
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