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    Default corbin PADLOCK master ring

    this is smaller than the .509/.552 master ring spacing is 219-156-156 wall of ring is.082 and plug diameter is .503-.505
    any info on this padlock would be apprecated. i only found the larger locks in Mr O'Shall and Mr Finch's books nothing about padlocks
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    outside diameter of ring is .672

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbonstein View Post
    this is smaller than the .509/.552 master ring spacing is 219-156-156 wall of ring is.082 and plug diameter is .503-.505
    any info on this padlock would be apprecated. i only found the larger locks in Mr O'Shall and Mr Finch's books nothing about padlocks
    tried to upload more pic;s,did not happen
    thank you
    Many standard and master ring padlocks with the Corbin brand name have keyways, pinning and key bitting specs of the Corbin Cabinet Lock Division, which was sold in 1985.*

    *From Corbin Russwin Cylinder/Keying Parts & Service Manual by A.J. Hoffman and others, pg. 50:
    https://content.assaabloyusa.com/doc/aadss1010134

    Pete Schifferli

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    thank you

    the info is for the bigger locks and rings
    i do appreciate your help

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    thank you again Pete,i honestly do appreciate the info and help.
    i do have the catalog,and a few others. My favorite was Gerry Finch,long passed,to mevvv he explained in the 3 books ,i could understand his way best.
    Still everything i have or found is for the regular larger cores and large and small formated cores,nothing on the smaller padlock cores.
    thank you

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