1928-34 Ford Rumble Seat/Trunk Lid Latch Lock
33-34 Ford Model 40, 1932 Ford Model B, 28-31 Ford Model A, 1934 Ford Model 40 A, Steel
This lock mechanism for 1928-31 Model A and 1932-34 Ford car rumble-seat lids, has a 5/16" square drive. These quality steel locks will keep your lid latched and secure when not in use. May need to purchase our rumble-seat lid striker (p/n 911-26102) to work with lock.
- 5/16" square drive
- Steel material
- 3-1/2" Long/Tall
- 2" Wide
- Fits rumble-seat lids but can be used on a trunk lid with slight modification
NotesSquare hole fits 5/16" shaft. Latch fits a 30-34 Ford deck lid hinged as a rumble seat. Can use on a trunk lid but lock collar needs shortening and an engagement notch would need to be cut.
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