Habitation Door Lock

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  1. Melian

    Melian Funster

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    Hi,

    Can any one tell me where i can get a habitation door lock for my Luner Roadstar 786,
    The plastic piece in the leaver has worn so can not open from the outside with the key,
    Photos attached,

    Thanks

    IAN
     

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    GJH Funster Life Member

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    Doing some Googling it looks like a FAP lock.

    Is This any good? A bit more searching might find one cheaper.
     
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    Look on ebay for motorcycle plastic repair kit. It might be possible to repair it.
     
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    I think you'll find that you can obtain the spare part for your lock,I seem to remember an earlier post stating that the plastic cam had broken and they were able to get a metal one.
    Might be worth trying CAK tanks they carry loads of spares etc.
     
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    Look on here complete lock quite expensive but they do sell parts
    https://caravan-parts.store.buegle.com/.../motorhome...caravan-locks/-carav...
     
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    Thanks to all,

    Yes, O'leareys said it is fap lock but do not have the same as mine, as there are 4 different one's,

    I did not think of CAK tanks. I will try them tomorrow

    I did think about filling the plastic bit stixall as it is the plastic that has worn,

    Ian
     
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    The one on the Miller went the same way.. I took it apart, sussed out what had worn out and made a replacement..
    I really cannot remember the details but as I did it 'on the road' ( actually it was while plotted up at Zahora ) it could not have been that difficult :)
     
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