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Old 25-10-2012, 04:15   #16
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Re: What Does Your Salon Door Look Like ?

Almost certainly you have the 'Select' mortise lock fitted to my FP Maldives and FP Athena. They are not very well made and can fall apart inside which in my case required me to break into my own boat, plus getting keys for them can be a problem. Never have found who made them. I have found what I think would be a replacement, made of stainless, but it looks a bit bigger. My plan is to make a escutcheon plate to go on the outside from stainless which would hide the old mounting and cylinder holes.

http://www.seascrew.com/browse.cfm?S...0001015http://

If you have the dimensions of the existing lock that would be useful
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Old 25-10-2012, 07:00   #17
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Re: What Does Your Salon Door Look Like ?

Rapanui and Sonosailor, thanks for posting. I ended up just putting a hasp on the door and cutting a slot in the aluminum frame. The hasp protrudes through the slot when the door is closed and I use a padlock to secure it. It is ugly as hell, but effective.
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Old 30-11-2012, 12:11   #18
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Re: What Does Your Salon Door Look Like ?

Here is Cat Tales' door lock:

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Old 30-11-2012, 15:46   #19
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Re: What Does Your Salon Door Look Like ?

Thats the same lock as on our Maldives and Athena.
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Re: What Does Your Salon Door Look Like ?

I will use these.

WHITCO PATIO BOLT W2206319C4 CYL4 KEY PRM - (W2206319C4) - Locksmiths' Supply Company (LSC) - The leading source of security products



Easy enough to make a s/s pin if you are that worried or just replace the whole lot every few years.
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