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Old 31 July 2012, 17:35   #1
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Other than ebay are there any good suppliers of stainless latches. eBay dont have much and I wanted to find some new catches for the front bench seat on Pigs Ear. Ideally they need to be lockable.
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Protex Latches that came fitted standard on our Tornado. They seem well made.
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Other than ebay are there any good suppliers of stainless latches. eBay dont have much and I wanted to find some new catches for the front bench seat on Pigs Ear. Ideally they need to be lockable.
These are top quality Chris, if you let me know what you want, I might have a couple kicking about in exchange for an RNLI donation.

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Other than ebay are there any good suppliers of stainless latches. eBay dont have much and I wanted to find some new catches for the front bench seat on Pigs Ear. Ideally they need to be lockable.
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If you want lockable, Protex probably aren't the way to go unless they've upgraded to stainless locks since my Ballistic was built.

It took quite a long time to clean up the nice 316 stainless Protex catches that'd had shitty mild steel locks put in them.
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If you want lockable, Protex probably aren't the way to go unless they've upgraded to stainless locks since my Ballistic was built.

It took quite a long time to clean up the nice 316 stainless Protex catches that'd had shitty mild steel locks put in them.

Nos, many of the Protex catches have the facility to fit your own small padlock. I wouldn't regard them as high security though, more pilfer resistant.
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