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T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer - 6" Hook - Stainless Steel

T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer - 6" Hook - Stainless Steel

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Keep your trailer door open while you're loading and unloading with this 6" long hook-and-keeper door holder. Stainless steel construction is rustproof and lasts longer than plastic holders. Mounting screws are included. Great Prices for the best trailer door holders from JR Products. T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer - 6" Hook - Stainless Steel part number 37210525 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service.
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JR Products Trailer Door Holders - 37210525

  • Hook and Keeper
  • 6 Inch Hook
  • Stainless Steel
  • 1 x 2-1/4 Inch Hole Spacing
  • T-Style Hook
  • JR Products

Keep your trailer door open while you're loading and unloading with this 6" long hook-and-keeper door holder. Stainless steel construction is rustproof and lasts longer than plastic holders. Mounting screws are included.


Features:

  • Hook-and-keeper door holder keeps your trailer door open while you're loading and unloading
    • No need to get a friend to hold the door or find something to prop the door open
  • Stainless steel construction is rustproof and resists corrosion
    • Lasts longer than plastic holders
  • Mounting screws are included


Specs:

  • Dimensions:
    • Hook length: 6"
    • Hook bracket: 3" tall x 1-3/4" wide x 5/16" thick
    • Receiver bracket: 3" tall x 1-3/4" wide x 3/4" thick
    • Distance between mounting holes (center to center): 1" horizontally; 2-1/4" vertically
  • Lifetime warranty


10525 JR Products 6" T-Style Door Holder - Stainless Steel





Video of T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer - 6" Hook - Stainless Steel

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for JR Products T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder Review

Colin: Hey guys, it's Colin here at etrailer and today, I'm just going to take some time to show you guys these JR Products hooking keepers. Basically, what these are going to do is just hold the side door or the back swinging doors of your enclosed trailer or camper open so that you can go in and out with ease, don't have to worry about opening the door every time you want to go in. So for days like today where there's actually a breeze going, what we can do is just open up the door, put the wand into the keeper just like that, it's very simple. And from there, it's just going to hold the door open so we can go in and out, load and unload as we please.Now with these certain hooking keepers, a six inch version, they are available in a lot of different constructions and colors. For these plastic ones, you can see we have the Polar White which matches our trailer very well. We have this Colonial White in the middle and then black as well, so you can choose the one that's going to best match your trailer, whichever one you want.

Now, we also have them available in both stainless steel, which is right here, and a zinc-coated steel. It's going to look very similar. These are going to be a little bit more tough and durable. The plastic ones, while they are going to be more flexible and maybe a little bit easier to use at times, they won't last as long as the steel ones. So, just pick the one that's going to best suit your trailer.

They're all going to do a great job.Now, whichever one you go with, you are going to get the mounting hardware included. Now, obviously you can see, we did not use the mounting hardware in this application. That's just because we had to replace a previous hooking keeper. And the holes that we're already drilled out we're bigger than what these screws will fit. So, we had to pick up some different self-tapping screws that we're just laying around the shop.

Either way, you just want to make sure you get it installed and secured.Now, the wand length on these keepers is going to be six inches. That's relevant because if you have any mounted on your doors, on the sides it's usually not going to be as big of an issue, but for the back doors, you can see we got these tail lights, license plate lights. You want to make sure those aren't going to make contact with your trailer when you put the keeper on. So with the back doors, we already have keepers installed and we don't have to replace them. So, I'll show you what I mean by that by opening up this door.So you can see those lights are getting pretty close to our trailer.

This is a 4-inch wand, so we are just able to get it hooked in without the lights making contact. So you definitely don't want to go any shorter than that 4-inch wand that we already have installed. If you don't have anything on the back of your door and you want to go even more flush against the side of your trailer, we do even have shorter wands available here for each of them, if that's what you're more interested in.And this is a nice and simple investment you can make. It doesn't cost a ton of money to be able to get your doors held open so they don't swing and hit you while you're trying to load and unload your trailer. That can be a real big frustration and just make your day that much worse. Now, I'll go ahead and walk you through how to install it real quick; it's nice and simple.Now, you can see the spot where our previous hooking keeper was installed, that just kind of faded and eroded over time, so it wasn't very useful anymore. So, we just took it off. We have these preexisting holes in the hardware that came with it. Like I said earlier, it didn't fit. So, we're just using these other self-tappers that are going to make the hole slightly bigger. So, let's just go and get it installedAnd then, we'll get the wand side installed also. There we go. Let's go and open up our door and test it out, make sure that it works. Hook it on, just give it a good push. You see that it's holding, so we're good to go. And that's all there is to it. It's a very simple install. So from here, what we can do is just close our door up and hit the road.Well, I hope this information helped you out, but that's going to do it for our look at these JR Products hooking keepers.

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Customer Reviews

T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer - 6" Hook - Stainless Steel - 37210525

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (61 Customer Reviews)

Keep your trailer door open while you're loading and unloading with this 6" long hook-and-keeper door holder. Stainless steel construction is rustproof and lasts longer than plastic holders. Mounting screws are included.

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One part came with the appropriate hardware but the latch didn't have any & the latchplates had the wrong screws
Thankfully I was able get hardware from Ace

This is the second (every) order with the wrong hardware this has delayed every project as I have used this site for as I find/make appropriate hardware


Comments
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I have sent this information to our customer service team and they will be reaching out to you in the near future.
-- Etrailer Expert Brooke M - 08/10/2022
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I have sent this information to our customer service team and they will be reaching out to you in the near future.
-- Etrailer Expert Brooke M - 08/10/2022


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Good quality. Parts fell out of packaging and had to dig through king pin tripod box to find them all. Need to work on your packaging skills




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Have not installed it yet. It is perfect for my application to add a secure catch to the door on my travel trailer. The wind broke the closure on my new Bullet!


Comments
Super! Let the wind blow.
Bruce - 05/08/2022


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High quality , no rust , heavy duty door holder for enclosed trailers !
I’m replacing plastic / nylon holders that had worn out . These are identical to the door holders on another high end featherlite trailer I have . The Stainless Steel finish is like it’s polished, no extrusion marks it’s Great Looking and should last a lifetime.




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This is an excellent piece to replace the plastic OEM one that broke. I did have to put a bend into it to have it line up with the original holes. But that was easily accomplished with a vice and pliers.




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It was exactly what I needed, it works perfectly.

I
recommend it to everyone that asks.




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Wow, I don't recall ordering this door keeper. Looks better than the plastic one that came with my trailer though. Either way I never got this if I did order it.


Comments
I will have our customer service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 12/30/2021


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HOLES DO NOT LINE UP AND SCREWS ARE TOO SMALL. HAVE TO PLUG OLD HOLES AND DRILL 8 NEW HOLES. THIS IS A RETRO FIT.




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GREAT COMPANY TO DO BUSINESS WITH!!




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Worked great




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Great product, and fast shipping.




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Great product and fast shipping as alwa ys.




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Worked great!




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This will go the distance unlike the plastic version.




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I'm currently restoring a 17-year-old summit racing trailer and I thought replacing the existing plastic door stops would add a nice touch... These door stops are absolutely First quality and very well made.
The only minor glitch is my existing stops had a ball fitting at the end this has a T like Thomas fitting.... And I found out much to my chagrin yesterday after removing the old door stops and put in these beauties on, that since the rear inside doors do not sit exactly square to the body of the trailer when open fully... The t-shaped and fitting will not engage the female receiver on the door of the trailer...... Just a minor glitch I believe if I take them back off and either do some minor minor bending, or calculate the amount of offset needed I can make up some angled seats with which to mount these door stops on.....
And as I said they are very sturdy very well made and definitely worth the money..




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Easy order. Quick delivery. I’m sure this product will work fine




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Good quality exactly as advertised.




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Great for holding the door so the wind doesn't take it




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Items were as pictured and work well




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Fit OEM original parts perfectly




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Great service, great product.
Replaced
plastic one that broke in high winds.




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Well made wont break like plastic oem o ne!!




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MUCH better than the plastic versions!




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Good quality and was easy to install




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This is a high quality part, fit my trailer perfectly. Nice replacement for the plastic door keeper that just doesn't last in the sunlight for very long.



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See what our Experts say about this JR Products Trailer Door Holders

  • Door Keeper Options for Horse Trailer with Swinging Rear Doors
    If you have obstructions on the side of the trailer that would prevent the door from swinging all the way open then you will want to consider using either an angled door keeper like the 45-Degree T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder part # 37211765 or an extended one like the T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer part # 37210515 for 4" or part # 37210525 for 6". In order to confirm fit you will need to measure to see how far away from the trailer the door can get...
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  • Mounting Hole Spacing Of The JR Products T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder # 37210525
    The mounting bracket holes can vary by manufacturer but 1" x 2-1/4" is super common. To install the T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer # 37210525 you can reuse the 1" spaced holes and one set of the holes (either top or bottom) and fill in the other set and drilling out new holes to secure the new brackets. The only trailer door holder we carry with a 2-1/2" spacing is the Plunger and Socket Trailer Door Holder # PLR62-66, which only has two holes so you'd...
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  • Is it Better To Have a Plastic Or Steel Keeper Door Holder?
    While the steel T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder # 37210525 is stronger and won't pop off or break as easily as the plastic T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder # 37210444, you do stand a better chance of damaging your door and trailer with the steel door holder. The plastic will break away easily preventing damage to your trailer where the steel is more likely to either rip the screws out of the trailer or damage the door by bending it on the hinges. I prefer to use the Hook and Keeper...
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  • T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holders for Cargo Trailer
    I have a solution for you but the largest size we have in the style you referenced is a 6" T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder item # 37210525. This one is also stainless steel and comes with mounting hardware. For a 10" long door latch we have the T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for Enclosed Trailer item # 37210482. This is a plastic latch with a different ball style attachment. I have linked a review video.
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  • Recommended Stainless Steel Door Holders With A 1 x 2-1/4 Mounting Pattern
    The T-Style Hook and Keeper Door Holder for RV or Enclosed Trailer - 6" Hook # 37210525 and 4" # 37210515 both have a mounting pattern of 1" x 2-1/4" (seen below) so you should be good to just reuse your current mounting holes. I do recommend putting some butyl tape # AL28FJ on the bracket to help seal up those mounting holes so that water doesn't leak through.
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