2 per package
Threaded steel replacement spindles for interior mortise type locks or latch sets
Spindle size: 7mm
Remove old spindle and replace with new.
SKU: 1041, 1041-SN
Finish: Polished Brass, Solid Stainless Steel, Vintage Bronze, Chrome & Satin Nickel
Fits standard size doors
Use on wood or metal jambs
Common replacement for most Grade 2 & 3 locksets
Dimensions: 1-1/8″ x 2-3/4″
Door Thickness: All
1. Remove old strike.
2. Place new strike on door jamb centered with latch hole.
3. Install screws provided and adjust tab with screw driver for proper fit.
Out-swinging doors only
Secures against forced entry
Protects latch or bolt
Residential or commercial use
Dimensions: 3″ x 7″
Backset: Locksets with 2-3/4″ backset
1. Place latch guard on door and center on lock.
2. Mark center of mounting holes.
3. Drill two 3/8″ holes through door.
4. Install bolts, washer and nuts. Tighten securely.
Note: If latch guard contacts strike lip, bend in slightly with hammer.
Finish: Polished Brass
For locks with 5-1/2″ to 6″ centers
Replaces standard latch & deadbolt
strikes with one piece security
Strengthens or repairs wood jambs
3″ screws attach to wall stud for extra security
Dimensions: 1-5/8″ x 11″
Door Thickness: 1-3/4″ or thicker doors
1. Remove old strike
2. Position new strike in place and mark with a pencil the three mounting holes on the side of the strike away from the door jamb. Chisel out area behind strike if needed or a flush fit is desired.
3. Drill 1/8″ pilot holes 1″ deep. Install short screws.
4. Close door and operate lock. If lock operates correctly, drill remaining two pilot holes with a 1/8″ drill bit 2″ deep. Install long screws. If lock does not operate correctly, reposition strike plate and retest.
Note: Check distance between door and frame when door is closed.
– If the gap is 1/4″ or more install strike on surface of frame.
– If the gap is less than a 1/4″ strike must be chiseled into the frame.
Finish: Polished Brass
For old style passage locks
Dimensions: 2-1/2” diameter roses
Fits up to 1-1/2″ diameter bore
1. Remove old hardware from door.
2. Attach new roses with screws provided.
3. Twist one knob onto spindle and slide through door hole while attaching to rose.
4. Twist last knob onto spindle and rose. Tighten knows using small screws on the side of knobs.
Knobs and trim plates
Case-hardened steel case
Lock bolt is key activated both inside & outside
Bolt reversible to left and right handed door
Requires mortise cutout
Replaces most bit key mortise locks with 2-1/4″ backset
1. Fold template (see insert included) along dotted line and wrap around inside edge of door at a convenient height. mark holes A and B through template.
2. Position vertical line C in center of door thickness and mark holes as shown. Be sure the template does not move up or down.
3. Remove template and drill seven 5/8″ diameter holes 3″ into edge of door where C holes were drawn. Chisel out remaining wood to form a pocket in the edge of the door measuring 5/8″ wide by 4-1/8″ long by 3″ deep.
4. Drill one 3/4″ hole on mark A through the door. Drill four 5/16″ holes as indicated through the door to form slot B.
5. Insert mortise lock into pocket, draw a line around the face plate, and remove lock. Chisel out the wood within the lines to a depth of approximately 3/32″. Insert lock occasionally to ensure proper depth.
6. Insert lock into door and attach with two flathead screws.
7. Position trim plates on door in line with lock and attach using eight oval-head screws.
8. Insert spindle through hole A and attach knobs at each end of spindle.
9. Position strike in line with latch and attach with two flathead screws.