Deadlocks for 2002 fiat Ducato

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  1. Douglas

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    After a reasent attack by some thieves I have decided to fit some dead locks the the van door, the type I want it the ones that can only be opened from the inside. I does anyone have any recomendations for the Fiat 2002 Ducato?

    Doug...
     
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    There is a company that markets a product called Heosafe. They fit the cab doors and are easy to fit.

    Just ggogle Heosafe and you will find the details.

    Stuart
     
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    Fiamma are advertising a locking bracket for the habitation door that can be turned and locked from inside the van.

    Haven't checked it out yet, but we are interested as the habitation door locks leave a lot to be desired.

    June
     
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    you cant get much better than these Doug.

    I had them on my Kontiki.

    DIABLOCK

    thumbnails as fitted to the kontiki
     

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    I think any improvement in security has to be good..

    But what can you do about the silly plastic windows and roof lights we all have.
    1 minute with a crowbar and they are in .????


    barry
     
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    less than one minute with a SCREWDRIVER and they're in :Angry:
     
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    when I read the title of this post, for some stupid reason I read
    DREADLOCKS:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::Doh::Doh::Doh:
     
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    Cant see Doug sporting dreads somehow :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Not such a bad idea.....psychological warfare..........a dummy in the drivers seat........with dreadlocks !!!

    barry
     
  11. Douglas

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    Thanks for the info John, thats just what I was looking for, sorry for the delay in replying but I have serious computer problems and no longer have have relyable wifi, a new computer is needed.

    Doug...
     
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    We have a Fiat 2002 Ducato and one of the main attractions when buying it was the extra security there is an extra lock on the habitation door and extra key operated locks on the drivers and passengers doors.
    And to answer the question about the flimsy plastic windows you cant beat the strikeback system with extra sirens they are enough to deafen you.
    I will take some pictures when I have a minute of the deadlocks
     
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