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Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton #1298380 Sun Feb 10 2019 09:34 PM
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Bill Trotter Offline OP
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Need some help on locked glove box. Locksmith says to grind off catch and bottom part sticking down then can remove nut holding tumbler in. I have not seen replacement parts for outside, only tumbler is available. Any thoughts on this. I don't need it to lock only want it to open and close. Thanks. Bill

Last edited by Bill Trotter; Sun Feb 10 2019 09:35 PM.
Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298404 Sun Feb 10 2019 11:26 PM
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I have the glove box door off while doing my restore. As I said just want push button to work to open and close. Not worried about locking

Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298418 Mon Feb 11 2019 12:15 AM
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I find it hard to believe your “Locksmith “ can’t pick the lock if you take the door into his shop. When I was a kid we used to pick em with a paper clip. Good luck.


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'47 Chevy 3100 5 Window (long term project)


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Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298419 Mon Feb 11 2019 12:16 AM
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Bill
I suggest looking for a locksmith that has access to the ring of keys used back then and still by ones lucky enough to have a set. One of the keys on that ring should be able open the lock without damaging any of the parts.

But, first, you might get lucky with simply soaking the lock in a penetrating oil a couple days and break loose whatever crud is gumming up the tumblers.

Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298422 Mon Feb 11 2019 12:31 AM
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Thank you for your reply and. Will try a different locksmith.

Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298424 Mon Feb 11 2019 01:04 AM
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Find the oldest Locksmith in town with the most cluttered shop and you’ve got your man.


Martin
'62 Chevy C-10 Stepside Shortbed (Restomod in progress)
'47 Chevy 3100 5 Window (long term project)


"I fought the law and the law won" now I are a retired one!
Support those brave men/women who stand the "Thin Blue Line" and lock up those on the wrong side of that line.

Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298439 Mon Feb 11 2019 01:51 AM
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I wish we had more than one on town...as a matter of fact I wish we had more than one of anything!!

Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298446 Mon Feb 11 2019 02:20 AM
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We do not even have one within 60+ miles.

The "local" ones are pretty good dealing with household door locksets.


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Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298447 Mon Feb 11 2019 02:30 AM
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Bill, there is a guy named Jarvis who list his lock services in the VCCA magazine. i sent him mine years ago and he fixed me up asap......I can get his contact number if you like and he was reasonable back them.....and sent me a note telling me how to take it apart if needed...and sent me a couple keys back with it.

....wait. I found it.
Jarvis Erickson
21421 8th Pl. W. Lynnwood, Wa. 98036

Phone 425-776-2804


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Re: Glove box is locked 37 1/2 ton [Re: Bill Trotter] #1298449 Mon Feb 11 2019 02:37 AM
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Thanks Alvin, will check it out. Bill


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