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bigdan120

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Sorry to break it to you but that link bring up lot of stuff to Sears i don't see the latch at all

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My latches broke also, but being who i am, I fixed mine, I tapped the holes in the round rod like piece to 1/4-20, made the part that catches the hook out a piece of 3/4" L with a nail welded to it and used 2 4" long bolts/screws to tie it together, easier to adjust and stronger and a lot less than $24.38 per side.

photo removed, needed the space elsewhere, Kinarfi

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