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  1. #21
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    If the 'Fortress' was 3G135, what and when was the 3G71? all I know is pre-1962.

  2. #22
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    Default Chubb 3R36

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Stephenson View Post
    sorting through some old lock stuff and parts, and have a couple of questions;
    never heard of a chubb 3r36 before, anyone have any info or pictures of one?
    also, what where the chubb detainer range called that used the security keys and curtains, and are curtains still available to buy anywhere?
    Hi Gary,
    I saw your question on Google and have joined so I can answer it for you. The Chubb 3R36 was a short lived roller bolt version of the 3R35 along with a split follower and panic bar operated variant. I hope this helps you ,Cheers, Chris Taylor

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    Welcome here Chris.
    I can add that the 3R36 was in Chubb's 1971 catalogue, but not 1978. I don't know when it appeared.
    Incidentally, even in 1978 the detainers on these two have no lip at the bottom to prevent overlifting above the probe, but there is a moulded plastic piece above.
    However the 1978 detainers in both 3G135 Fortress (see Huw's phots), and 3G110 Castle do have lips. 3G135 is not in the 1971 catalogue.

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    Cheers Chris, is that the Manchester Chris Taylor?

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Stephenson View Post
    Cheers Chris, is that the Manchester Chris Taylor?
    Hi Gary.
    Eye thatís me.
    Chris

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