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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-04-2010, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Soo my door lock like snapped somehow, not too sure how it happened. But i was just wondering if it is easy to get new ones or if anyone has done that before, may be a dumb question, i dont really know.
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I mean its not necessary but its going to bug the shit out of me. If its possible to get a new one for cheap or something id do it.
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I mean its not necessary but its going to bug the shit out of me. If its possible to get a new one for cheap or something id do it.
youll forget about it.
this happened to me about 2 years ago and i flipppppped out.
Now, im like meh, whatever.
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you could snap the other ones or cut em n round em over to make shorty locks! i was actually thinkin bout doin that


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If I remember right, it is not cheap. Think it is an assembly that goes all the way to the handle. Tanslates to expensive, unless you get one from a salvage yard. Then, IMO, not worth the hassle of replacing.



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Damn, alright thanks, hopefully i forget about it.
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I would get one from a salvage yard, cause yeah, it would bother me that much.

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just un screw it and get new ones Door Lock Knobs | AutoZone.com
got em on ebay 2


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yeah I'm pretty sure the plastic just threads onto a rod.

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