Striker Pin for Slim-Line Bear Jaw Car Door Latch
Universal Fit, 1.67" Overall Length, 1.13" Overall Width, .63" Overall Thickness, Zinc, Natural
- This striker bolt works with Speedway's Slim-Line Bear Jaw door latches only
- Will not work with Standard or Mini Bear Jaw latches
- 3/8-16 thread works with our Slim-Line size bolt-on cage nut plates
- 5/8--inch hex head allows installation with simple hand tools
- Zinc plated steel for great looks and long life
- Door striker Pin for our Universal Slim-Line Bear Jaw door latches
- Does NOT work with our Universal Standard or Mini Bear Jaw door latches
- Zinc plated steel finish to prevent corrosion
- Can be used for standard or suicide door style installations
- Works with shaved door handle systems
- 3/8-16 threads designed to work with our Slim-Line cage nuts
- 5/8-inch hex head for easy installation
- Sold individually, one required per Bear Jaw latch/door
Slim-Line Bear Jaw Door Latch Striker Pin
The design of our Universal Slim-Line Bear Jaw latch is like the modern car door latch you would find on any car on the road today. The latch jaws rotate around a fixed door striker bolt or pin to secure the door in the closed position. Our Slim-Line size Bear Jaw latches are designed for smaller doors with limited room, such as ’32-’34 Fords, and as such, require one (per latch) of our Slim-Line size car door striker pins.
These door striker pins are constructed of steel for strength and given a Zinc coating for looks and rust prevention. They are designed to thread directly into our Sim-Line size cage nuts. We also carry the correct door striker pin for our Standard latches and Mini latches as well if you are using these alternative Bear Jaw latch versions in your hot rod or street rod’s door.
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