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1.Security Project Roll Bolts Door Locks.

PROJECT DEAD LOCKS - DOOR LOCKS


Roll Bolt Internal Door lock

Roll Bolt as fitted to the Wanderer Peugeot Door
Roll Bolt in position

The Peugeot door locks are not very secure.  As we travel throughout Europe quite often,  and having read of break-ins to Motorhomes  I decided to fit in the van doors, Dead Locks from:

Safeway Security Products, Birkenhead. L43 4XW.
They cost me £25.90 in April 2002.

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Deadlock Parts on display

Deadlock Parts on display

           This was a project for this page. but Steven Stewart's site has explained this in greater detail. I cannot improve on this. A site worth visiting for those who require security in their Motorhomes.  His photographs explain it all.
See installation details: www.xor.org.uk/unimog/mymog/deadlock.htm
See also his Home page, and how to travel in a Motorhome: http://www.xor.org.uk/

          This Motorhome is the second in which I have installed these security devices, i.e. The Roll Bolt.  I found it a lot harder with the Peugeot Boxer doors and would not recommend this installation for the non DIY person.

          The cab door photo below shows the lock in place , this is not a suitable position as it fouls the door mechanism when doing the installation work.  I had to work around this. Having said that, to the intruder, this is an indicator of a more secure door!

          While in Spain another Motorhome owner showed me his door locks, it had been fitted much lower down and was fitted by a lock smith.  The owner said he had travelled from Devon to Sussex to have the work done.

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Showing the Roll Bolt Door lock in Door

As Steven mentions the door securing plastic 'Fir tree' retainers break easily.

Parts can be obtained from: http://www.comdir.co.uk/ 

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