Shelter lock 75-77 models

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Re: Shelter lock 75-77 models

Post #16 by JBz » Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:38 am

maybe he posted it while on the sheter. lolol jb
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Re: Shelter lock 75-77 models

Post #17 by ericheath » Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:45 am

:IDTS: :IDTS: That’s where I noticed it! lol
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Re: Sheter lock 75-77 models

Post #18 by rcmatt007 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:41 am

78AZWing wrote:On my '78, if you push the lid at the lock end to the right, the lock will disengage. You have to really mean it, though.

this is useful to know about a 78-9... wished I had seen it when I got my 79 project.... easy access to a sheter! action1 action1 action1
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