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Old 04-04-2015   #1
 
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Dry Box Parts.

Hey buzzards. One of my dry box latches has broken and I have been trying to locate one on line. I know it is a southco rotary latch but trying to buy one on line is ridiculously complex. Anybody have a line on this stuff? Thanks in advance

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Old 04-04-2015   #2
 
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I have a handful of large butterfly latches if you're local. I'm in boulder.


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Thanks for the reply. Im in Durango so not local. However my daughter will be in the Denver area next week so Ill keep you posted. Do you have the keepers also? I just might take two sets off your hands.
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Another option might be to call DRE. They make their own dry boxes and I'm betting they would have latches too.
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Thanks, JT
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Here is a nice option for latches. McMaster-Carr
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MSC.com. They call them a wing turn latch. They have about any size and configuration.
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Is it one of these? SouthCo I have ordered some products before. Let me see if I can dig up the supplier.
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I have 2 different kinds of dry box latches in stock at 4 Corners Riversports, come by Monday and see if I've got what you need. And we're right down the road.
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Wow, this forum is awesome. Thanks for all the leads. JT
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