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Locking fuel filler door

Has anyone come up with a good fuel filler door lock?
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If you search the 2011-2016 forums on here or other sites, you can find the lock many use. Might can goggle it also.

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I didn't do the lock, that is why I am suggesting you search. I use a locking fuel cap from Stant. 10510D

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If you search the 2011-2016 forums on here or other sites, you can find the lock many use. Might can goggle it also.

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I didn't do the lock, that is why I am suggesting you search. I use a locking fuel cap from Stant. 10510D
I've Googled all I can for a locking filler door and find only for F150. Maybe the locking fuel cap would be better anyway. Thank you for the Stant suggestion.
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[QUOTE=Phillippeterson;4347121]I've Googled all I can for a locking filler door and find only for F150. Maybe the locking fuel cap would be better anyway. Thank you for the Stant suggestion.[/QUOTE


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I've Googled all I can for a locking filler door and find only for F150. Maybe the locking fuel cap would be better anyway. Thank you for the Stant suggestion.[/QUOTE


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Hey, thanks. I appreciate it.

However, already had contacted them and they don't have a Super Duty locking filler door - only for F150.
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Hey, thanks. I appreciate it.

However, already had contacted them and they don't have a Super Duty locking filler door - only for F150.
I could have sworn I've seen the locking fuel doors for the diesels.............

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There some on eBay....i did a quick search and found some listings....scroll down and you will see them

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With the level of customer concern about this I am amazed the Ford has not put a fuel door latch/lock with a remote fuel door button in the cab on Super Duty trucks like they do with most of their product line.
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