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How to fit anti burst locks (easy - slightly moderate)

Discussion in 'Technical Archive' started by Bump, Jun 9, 2013.

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Is this how to any good?

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  3. It's ok but needs some improvements... suggestions made

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  4. errm... do we have to do the bob thing in here?

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  1. Bump

    Bump Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Anti Burst locks as used on 'fenders can befitted to Series doors with minor modications...

    Parts

    395038 - door handle
    395037 - door handle
    FQB000050 - anti burst catch
    FQB000040 - anti burst catch
    395056 - locks

    Door... Needs an extra hole drilling in it for the lock, best to take the old lock out and line up the new lock to work out where the hole is... I didn't really do a very good job at this...

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    catches...

    On mine (which i'm now thinking might be bent...) the drivers side doesn't line up just bolting the new catch in place of the old one...

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    However, using one of the spaces from the old catches does the job perfectly:

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    Door needs a gentle shut to securely shut, however ,a proper little slam for the lock to fully engage and allow it to be locked.

    For some reason my passenger side catch needed recessing, so, i cut a hole for it with the dremel...

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    The bottom slots in and bolts as normal, but i used a longer M10 bolt at the top to brace it against the back of the bulkhead...

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    Fitted door lock:

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    Job done...

    Drivers side took about 30 - 40 minutes - passenger side took about 1 1/2 hours due to all the fettling to make it work.
     
  2. Pikey

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    IIRC when I did fitted the series doors to the 90 I had to space the catch out as well.
     
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    Bump Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Yep, seems standard from what i've read - and the old spaces on the old catches work for the new ones... just no idea what's going on on my passenger side, had to recess it 10mm to make it fit - about 15mm in compared to the drivers side with the spacer?!
     
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