Scott Drake Door Lock Grommet Chrome Pair 1965-1973

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Scott Drake Door Lock Grommet Chrome Pair 1965-1973
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Product Description

Pair of Scott Drake Chrome Door Lock Grommets for 1965-1973 Mustangs.

These grommets are made from the same plastic as the clear style grommets, but feature a nice chrome finish for an extra touch. Designed for use with standard interior door panels. Sold as a pair.

*Will NOT fit deluxe interior door panels.

Fits 1965-1968 Ford Fairlanes
Fits 1965-1968 Ford Falcons

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Product Reviews

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Look good
Made of plastic, but durable enough to slide in snuggly in the holes in the door. Look great, hard to see they are not metal.
Used mine with a deluxe interior door on a '68, and they fit perfectly.
Patrick September 24, 2014
poor fit
Put in a '65 coupe. Fit loose and couldn't be tightened because they are plastic. Pulled up when door was shut and when door lock knob was used. I replaced with the better metal ones with felt that could be bent to tighten. Wasn't even worth the effort to ask to return.
Walter November 6, 2012
Not worth it
Did not fit well into the new panels. Little tabs are too short. They keep coming off when the button is used.
Frank M June 5, 2012
They work
They look great , but the plasic seems brittle. They fit ok, the tabs that hold it in broke after a few weeks of just closing the door. So i added a little glue and ehh it works but, not really how i like to fix things.
Adam March 25, 2012
Looks good, breaks fast
Goes in fairly easy and looks good until you pop up the knob. In the first set a knob got stuck in it during install. Sent back knob and grommet and CJ replaced knob and grommet set, no problem. Of the other one and the new set, 3 out of 3 broke the first time the knob was popped up. Cheap pieces of junk and a waste of money. I am going to try the stainless ones which is what I should have done in the first place.
Norm January 9, 2012
very thin
looks great and snaped in tight, just be careful, they are not that strong
kris December 22, 2011
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