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I've always been curious how did they lock the doors at night on the r model macks when they crawled into the sleeper at night.

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As David indicated.

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I never new this, I have never ever locked my truck and have never thought to 

 

Paul 

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40 minutes ago, mrsmackpaul said:

I never new this, I have never ever locked my truck and have never thought to 

 

Paul 

An easy reason - you don't sleep in a sleeper :D

... And sure I don't lock a door when sleep in a tent :)

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thanks good to know.Well i would lock my doors now a days a bear probably less harmless LOL.

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isn't it pull it backwards to lock?? push forward to open?? I mean that is if you don't put the handle in upside down with the spike in the air??

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That's what the instructions say above.  That is how my doors work.

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5 hours ago, Maddog13407 said:

isn't it pull it backwards to lock?? push forward to open?? I mean that is if you don't put the handle in upside down with the spike in the air??

I also noted the position of the door handle in the manual doesn't look the way I would put it on. Some while back we discussed that matter and got to idea of mutting it different than at that factory pic.

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