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Old May 19th, 2009, 11:39 AM
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But they do stick up when the wrong key is inserted.

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On my 95 NAS, the holes were already there. On your old truck, I'm guessing you'll have to make holes.
Good Point, I figured I was missing something.

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As far as holes for the strikers, I won't get to that for another week or so.
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Old September 15th, 2009, 11:47 PM
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After reading this thread and looking at the pictures I took my door panels off and keyed the barrels for the ignition key. Its great and everything worked just as described. I am going to like having one key a lot better. Thanks for the write up and pics!
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Old February 14th, 2012, 03:12 PM
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You can buy the complete kits from LR, with the whole ignition switch/barrel/large cast aluminium lump that bolts over the steering column, plus 2,3 or 4 barrels.

I bought the "3 barrel & ignition" for my 110 SW, and the whole lot was under £55 UKP from a LR main dealer (i'll dig the part # out when i get home if anyone is interested), but at least it gives you the locks at their "full strength" without any pins missing.....



..... it's just the large gaps in the body panels, and the rear windows that can be pushed out that we need to address now
Since there seems to be renewed interest in this topic, could we trouble you to post the LR part number for the locks?

The cylinder for the rear door lock should be interesting?
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Old February 14th, 2012, 03:38 PM
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Man i had the same problem! I just upgraded my doors to the new puma doors and found out that the older cylinder locks are smaller then the Puma door locks cylinders. So now i have to get me a new set of the bigger cylinder locks to fit the handle. My doors did not came with a key so i have to replace them what sucks!
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for the 3 cylinder barrels and 2 keys - MTC6504
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Old February 14th, 2012, 04:19 PM
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for the 3 cylinder barrels and 2 keys - MTC6504
Is this part number for the NAS (1993 - 1997) locks or the 2007 + locks?
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Old February 15th, 2012, 02:02 PM
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i would say NAS - as that is what i have used in the past and the set sitting on my desk now. i cant speak for the newer trucks. [ this is for the doors - as the barrels are shorter ]
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This is a great thread ! Just what I was looking for.

Am in the same boat as Jeroen... (Skeena river rover)

Is there a part number for the newer (Puma) door locks ?

Hoping Jamie (Diesel_Jim) can find that part number ? ? ?

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Man i had the same problem! I just upgraded my doors to the new puma doors and found out that the older cylinder locks are smaller then the Puma door locks cylinders. So now i have to get me a new set of the bigger cylinder locks to fit the handle. My doors did not came with a key so i have to replace them what sucks!
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Since there seems to be renewed interest in this topic, could we trouble you to post the LR part number for the locks?

The cylinder for the rear door lock should be interesting?
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Does anyone know if it's possible to buy uncut wafers?
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Does anyone know if it's possible to buy uncut wafers?
maybe but that's a whole world of pain as there are several different types ... I bought Puma/TD5 barrels and then adjusted the wafer for closest fit then dremmeled them to fit my ignition key.
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That's where I'm at right now, juggled them as close as possible, but there are a few that it would be nice if they were a tad longer. I'm going to raid a few old short barrels I have. I hear they're the same wafers...fingers crossed.
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