Fld120 sleeper locks

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  1. Dino soar

    Dino soar Road Train Member

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    Thanks to @Rideandrepair
    and @xsetra I got the doors open on my sleeper and the locks out.

    Freightliner sent me a set of locks but they're actually for the door and the ignition and they're different than the sleeper. The sleeper locks are a little thinner and the body of them is threaded.

    Freightliner tells me they have no listing whatsoever for these locks that go into the sleeper doors.

    Does anybody have any idea where I can buy a set of locks for that? I did try to Google it but I came up empty.
     
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  2. blairandgretchen

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    You gave them the VIN and they still sent the wrong locks?
     
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  3. Dino soar

    Dino soar Road Train Member

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    Yes. They were having a hard time looking up the locks and I think the guy just sent me what they had, which was for the door and ignition.

    When I called back tonight another Parts guy looked for it and he said there's nothing on the diagram they have nothing to look up for it.
     
  4. The Biggest Dawg

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    Call a lock smith.
     
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  5. Dino soar

    Dino soar Road Train Member

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    I already drilled one out.

    I either need new locks or I will put stainless bolts and washers in there and make a pull cord on the inside.

    But I would rather have the regular locksets.
     
  6. xsetra

    xsetra Road Train Member

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  7. Rideandrepair

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    Did You try different Dealers? I recently found my speedometer, at Freightliner, after 3 different Dealers said they were unavailable. It has a digital Odom/ Trip. But is plug and play, an upgrade. Took the Guy 20 minutes chasing bulletins to find it. The vin # system is good, but aggravating also. Most can’t do any parts chasing without the vin. My vin shows 1 clutch fan, it’s expensive, special build to order. Turns out there’s a dozen more common and readily available part #s that fit it. You never know what might work, even an old trunk lock, from a GM car. I’m starting to see parts becoming obsolete on my 2000, at least they’re not selling many. Unless it’s a real good parts Guy. Most are useless without a vin #.
     
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  8. Rideandrepair

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    Well, I called the Dealer, same thing, can’t find the side door lock. I did get a part# for sleeper big escape door lock. Might be the same one. I’m not sure. Costs $10. Part # BRS 608432 It says non coded lock. So I guess it will have to be a different key, Can’t match it up with ignition and doors. There’s so few keys combinations, might get lucky, though.
     
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  9. xsetra

    xsetra Road Train Member

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    I found this on Raney's website. It is for Cascadia, looks very similar to FLD120 bunk lock.
     
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  10. wichris

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    Let me look around the shop tomorrow, think i might have a set or two. I seldom throw anything away and i know i have a lot of old FLD parts.
     
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