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Old 06-28-2015, 10:10 PM   #1
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Is this a L400?

Locked the door and headed home after a great 4 day stay at Glacier National Park to find the tumbler was missing. Need help, it's a 1974 Argosy and does this look like a Bargman L400?
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Old 06-28-2015, 10:29 PM   #2
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No, it's a KT.

You can buy a new tumbler, but the little circlip to hold it in is marked as "no longer available" at Out of Doors Mart where I bought a few parts mine needed last year.

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The PO of my trailer hacked up a regular residential deadbolt and installed it in the wall of the Argosy with the bolt throwing into the door. Vintage Trailer Supply sells a nicer solution for this, a deadbolt with a very small bolt so you can drill a much smaller hole in the door frame. I'm using that one on my project trailer.

They call it the "custom Airstream deadbolt."
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Thanks David. That looks like the right part, saved me a lot of time tying to track it down.
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