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Old 03-05-2019, 09:12 PM   #1
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Keyless Entry Lock

I would like to install a keyless entry lock after I pick up the trailer and that date is now June 24. Are the dimensions on the Escape door for the lock opening an industry standard size and does anyone have lock recommendations?

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You shouldn't have a problem. A lot of good info on the RVLock here.
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You shouldn't have a problem. A lot of good info on the RVLock here.
Thanks That looks like a fairly easy install. jn
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We have a 2017 21' (2nd gen), and the RVLock 4.0V was an easy swap with no alterations. If you have time to wait, RVLock usually has a 40% off sale around Thanksgiving (folks on this forum always post a heads-up), and if you sign up for RVLock's notices, they throw in a 20% off sale at random times throughout the year. I believe, from a prior thread, that you can also get locks for your hatch(es) key-matched to your door. So you know, the key-less locking mechanism only works the deadbolt. So if someone else key locks the latch handle on their way out, then you'll still need a key to unlock the latch handle to get in (don't ask me how I know that).
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We have a 2017 21' (2nd gen), and the RVLock 4.0V was an easy swap with no alterations. If you have time to wait, RVLock usually has a 40% off sale around Thanksgiving (folks on this forum always post a heads-up), and if you sign up for RVLock's notices, they throw in a 20% off sale at random times throughout the year. I believe, from a prior thread, that you can also get locks for your hatch(es) key-matched to your door. So you know, the key-less locking mechanism only works the deadbolt. So if someone else key locks the latch handle on their way out, then you'll still need a key to unlock the latch handle to get in (don't ask me how I know that).
The RVLOCK has been ordered. My orientation is at 11:30 June 24 and I am ready!!! Thanks jn "Go Big Orange"
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