We just have regular padlock hasps mounted underneath the lid positioned so
that the slotted plate falls over the eye part mounted on the fiberglass
vertical face of the locker. Then the padlock goes through the eye in the
normal manner. These were on the boat when we bought her so I would have to
take look to see if there is any special mounting but I don't think there is.
They work fine, you do have to make sure that the slotted part swings
forward enough not to get caught when closing the lid but they generally do
this on their own.
By the way, we also have a loop of shock cord attached underneath the
starboard and port lids so that when we open them we can just pass the loop
up over a primary winch. This keeps the lids from accidentally slamming
closed saving the lock hasps and hinges from damage not to mention fingers,
arms, heads etc.
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