fitting deadlocks to boxer

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  1. ultima

    ultima Funster

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    has anyone fitted deadlocks to a Peugeot Boxer doors as not much room on front doors,also on side door do you fit on front or rear of door as it opens out first before sliding.Also after air suspension for rear ,any info?
     
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    Hi and welcome to the forum Ultima :BigGrin:
    flyingwelcome

    Can't help with thre deadlocks, but there are quite a few upgrade systems for the rear suspension. I used this pnuematic system on my previous motorhome & it made the handling and comfort much better. http://www.airide.co.uk/products.php :Smile:
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    i have these fitted to my ducato front doors....

    could take me a while to find the relative thread and the link to the locks.

    Keyless remote electronic and auto relock unless ignition is turned on (and off again if needed)
     

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    PPJ,
    Would appreciate more info on these, Who fitted, where, price, etc.
    Cheers
    John
     
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    rainbow chasers Read Only Funster

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    The MOT testers' friend Pappajohn! They love those - only because they can't work them out! lol! - or lock the keys in.....

    Solex do high security locks, they are similar to the locks you find on habitation security devices, only they replace your door key!

    Means they cannot be broken - it makes you less of a target - but if they want to get in, they will use a window. No security is ever fool proof - it is about making yourself less of a target than the next van!
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    heres the link John

    DIABLOCK DEAD BOLTS

    lock and unlock with the remote zapper.
    automaticaly relocks if the ignition isnt turned on within 30 seconds.
    once disarmed, by turning the ignition, you can then remove the key...remains unlocked until you trigger the zapper again.
    37mm diameter bolt rotates so cant be cut with a grinder etc
    powered from either engine or leisure battery...your choice.

    easily fitted to sliding side doors which pull straight out before sliding.

    they were already fitted by the previous owner after a break-in.
    i believe they were fitted at Cleveland motorhomes near Tees airport.

    not cheap but very secure.

    scroll down the page to Diablock.
     
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    .Also after air suspension for rear ,any info?[/QUOTE]


    I have a set of driverite airbags for sale c/w all fittings inc pipes & gauge. It was fitted to a Fiat-based m/h pre facelift i.e 2005. PM me if interested.
    Cheers, Dave:thumb:
    (ad. in classifieds)
     
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