Screen door strap
On my '67 Safari the screen door was originally held to the entry door when needed by a 1" wide plastic strap that was held onto the entry door and the screen door by a snap attached to each door. The bases were pop riveted on each door and the snap tops were thru the plastic strap. I have replaced mine (partly still there) with a woven cloth strap. My pop rivets were still on the two doors making location of the strap easy for me to determine. The location on the screen door was thru the door knob cover (retangular opening) and onto the screen door cross member. It was mounted to the doors so that the screen stayed tight to the entry door when the door was held open by the exterior door clip. I added a second snap base to the entry door so that the strap has a place to be "stored" when the entry door is closed. I believe that was the original way that the plastic strap also was stored. I hope this helps you to locate where yours might mount. Happy Trails, Ed
1967 Safari Twin "Landshark" w/International trim package
1999 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT
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