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        1 Lever Straight Cupboard Lock - 51 x 25mm - Brass

        This range of British cabinet maker locks is still made today in Willenhall, the lock-making heart of the Midlands Full details

        6.0 / 10 (1 review)

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        • 1 Lever Straight Cupboard Lock - 51 x 25mm - Brass
        • This range of British cabinet maker locks is still made today in Willenhall, the lock-making heart of the Midlands
        • Supplied with 1 key

        Specification

        Backset ? 13mm
        Finish Brass Plated
        Type Cabinet Lock
        Size 51 x 25
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        This product is on page 578 of catalogue 108

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        6

        (6 out of 10)

        Fred

        From Oxford DIY
        The dimensions looked right, but when it came I found that this lock was not exactly the same size as the apparently identical one it was to replace. In particular, I had to re-drill the mounting holes to get it to fit, which was annoying. Less importantly, the key is significantly smaller than the old one and looks a little odd compared to the other two on the item of furniture. The lock being replaced was 35 years old and probably pre-decimalisation,which may explain the problem, but the discrepancies are annoying and buyers should check carefully.
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