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Replacement Rear Window Latches for EA81 Hatch and Justy

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#1 lostinthe202


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Posted 08 January 2017 - 11:47 PM

Bummed because your 30 some-odd year old plastic window latch broke and you can't find a replacement?  Look no further!


How it works,


You ship me your busted latches as a core, all the steel bits have to be there.  I take your metal bits and mount them in the aluminum (6061-t6) handle that I'll be making.  I assemble it, I can sandblast the steel hardware for those that want to repaint, then send it back to you.  Shipping overseas is fine, but maybe cost you a bit extra depending.


Price is $65 (includes shipping) for a pair.


Assembly is pretty straight forward, so an alternative is that I just ship you the handles and you put it together yourself, up to you.


Here's a pic of the handle with hardware installed.







Edited by lostinthe202, 08 January 2017 - 11:50 PM.

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