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Old 03-26-2014, 11:53 AM
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is this what they mean when thy say it's a change over year. I find this a lot on this 58
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would that be something to do with switching tanks, for dual tank vehicle.???
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it's the center door lock for a 58 eureka. they use a spring loaded latch you have to flip every time you open the door. but if you look at it you'll see the front screws are Phillips the rear are slotted. this car is full or combinations like this. yes both sides were the same. the slotted are about a 3 in screw to reach the wood under the latch. the Phillips only a 1/2 in. the latches are brass. as are most of the eureka made trim
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Just to fully understand, were these on the order of Superiors Safe-T-Locks?
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