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  1. #11
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    Hi Doug, Did not mean to confuse you. Sorry. I have the tube and it measures 5/8 in long. Screws into the door and ring mounted with a nut. The spindle is 1 1/16 out the end of the tube. I can see where the legs? of the lock rested on the door. You are right that that is the lock.
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  2. #12
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    Hi Doug, I have been searching for the Yale lock from your post. Used many different search terms. No luck. I did put a want in the marketplace so maybe? If yours was complete I would definitely be interested.

  3. #13
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    Are you really that naive to think that these locks are like buying a new Chevy. They are not that readily available. You will have to search and it may take awhile. Try large safe companies around the country.

  4. #14
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    No, not that naive, just going off your statement that "not that rare" It seems that I offended you somehow in my posts. Certainly not my intentions and for that I apologize. I did get some information from you though and thanks or your help.

  5. #15
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    Not really, just surprised at your impatience.

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