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Re: '41 Glove box lock
ronsway #1387943 Fri Dec 11 2020 11:30 PM
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Thanks---I don't know if this appropriate , but can anyone recommend a dash phone holder for a iPhone se, to work on my '41 AK?

Re: '41 Glove box lock
ronsway #1438030 Thu Jan 20 2022 05:11 PM
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The only solution is to look for a replacement kit that matches your car at your local auto supply shop or try ordering one online. You'll need to remove the old cylinder from the body of your lock, pop in the new one, and then secure it back into place. If you're lost, follow the instructions on the package you purchased, and in the case when they're not mentioned, you always have youtube tutorials by your hands. However, if you're not very skillful, especially in this domain, reach out to a professional. In my situation, tutorials didn't help, so I called the ones from https://mylocallocksmithtx.com/ . 10/10 recommend!!

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Re: '41 Glove box lock
ronsway #1438047 Thu Jan 20 2022 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by ronsway
Thanks---I don't know if this appropriate , but can anyone recommend a dash phone holder for a iPhone se, to work on my '41 AK?
Did you ever get the lock out?
As far as a phone holder. I have one similar to this [amazon.com] that I use on my daily driver. It has a soft suction cup that works on the pebbly finish on the dash. Comes with plates that fit between the phone and case for the magnet to hold on to.
There are a bunch of them on amazon.


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