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Bonnet locks #641038
29/05/20 02:27 PM
29/05/20 02:27 PM
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Madrid, Spain
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Hello everyone!

Finally done! happy3

Some pictures for you to enjoy! wine

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And for the curious and /or detail lovers, follow the link! https://www.speedymarmots.com/hangar-works-12-bonnet-locks/ coffee

I hope you like my solution!


Javier - Madrid, Spain - Commander of Speedy Marmots Bomb Squadron
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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641047
29/05/20 02:48 PM
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I have found I have never ended to lock the front or rear but if I ever do this solution is brilliant. Well done.

Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Dab of oppo] #641049
29/05/20 03:16 PM
29/05/20 03:16 PM
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Near Chicago, USA
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Originally Posted by Dab of oppo
I have found I have never ended to lock the front or rear but if I ever do this solution is brilliant. Well done.


Agree, and very elegant design and completion!


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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641053
29/05/20 03:48 PM
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- nicely done Javier thumbs

James


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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641064
29/05/20 04:56 PM
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Just a thought: the material’s cost is about 60€ ≈ £54 ≈ 66US$.

Including:
- Two hatch cover pulls
- Washers
- Plush sticker
- Spring
- Nylon cord
- Tailor-made decals
- Pair of key locks (paired, so with the same key to open both)
- 3D decals resin domed, with the cockade or flag of your choice

Add the work / time to modify the hatch cover lock, washers, spring, etc. and printing the decals. stirpot

The questions:
1. Would anyone here be interested in getting a set like mine? (with your flag uk or cockade or plain chromed hatch cover pull if you prefer) confused
2. In your honest opinion, what would be a fair price (shipping costs apart)? spend

If you’re interested I can confirm the costs and make them for you. cheers

It’s just a thought hide

Last edited by Marmota; 29/05/20 04:56 PM.

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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641068
29/05/20 05:08 PM
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Terrific execution....looks classy and professionally done!


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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641088
29/05/20 06:31 PM
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Well done👍


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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641102
29/05/20 07:45 PM
29/05/20 07:45 PM
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Leesburg, Virginia
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Agreed perfect execution. By the way like the white stripe one your Morgan. I was close to doing the same but my teenage son had to have the shark teeth. I even considered the stripes and the shark teeth but figured it was too over the top.


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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641134
29/05/20 10:00 PM
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Very well done and great documentation on how it is done.


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Re: Bonnet locks [Re: Marmota] #641135
29/05/20 10:00 PM
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Madrid, Spain
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Thanks for your compliments everyone! blush

If anyone wants a set, let me know! I'll do it just for the fun! thumbs

I can send you the whole set, with the decals (I guess you can choose your own cockade / flag, coat or arms, etc.Union Jack? Austrian Coat Of Arms? Swiss flag? French Air Force cockade? Wales flag? Scottish flag? Any USA flag?) and a simple template and the instructions so you know where and how to drill.

Buying some beers and making a toast after you install the kit can be very satisfying satisfying. cheers



Last edited by Marmota; 29/05/20 10:03 PM.

Javier - Madrid, Spain - Commander of Speedy Marmots Bomb Squadron
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