- Each Order With These Locks Comes With:
* 4 Keys (Per Order) Unless Ordering More
* Rubber Gasket Per Lock
* Mounting Nut Per Lock To Hold Lock In Place
* Square Cam Adapters (Placed In Existing Disc Tumbler Cam To Adapt To Tubular Lock Cams)
* Cam Per Lock (Locking Arm/Handle)
* Nylon Nut or Regular Nut and Small Washer To Hold Cam In Place
- These Types of Locks Only Have Over 9,000 Key Combinations
I bought these a while back and installed them in my RV with no problems. I was having a problem with someone opening up my black water tank while I was camping with the family (My Son-in-Law's idea of humor). With these locks I've had no problems.
I would buy these again in a heart beat.
The locks on our 1990 Kit were ch751, our 2010 Keystone used CH751, our new 2017 Palomino uses CH751. We purchased and installed the cam locks on our Keystone and had no trouble with them. We are in the process of setting up our new Palomino and WILL be ordering a set of these fine locks. Thanks, So Fred comes over and says "I came to borrow your drill yesterday when you were not home and you have some kind of funny locks on your compartments. I just went three rigs over to borrow Jerry's. He was not home so I just used my CH751 keys to get it. Now I need to get it back before he gets home". LOL
I just installed 7 of these locks on the outside compartments of my new camper. They look great and work so much better than the cheap CH751 locks that came on my expensive new RV. I have owned RVs for 42 years and I sold RVs for a year and have always disliked the CH751 locks that come on most RVs.. The fact that most units out there have the same key is a real security concern but to me the best part of these new locks is how easy they are to use.
You have the best locks and the best information on these locks. Thank you!