Tubular Cam Lock, Nickel, 7 Pin
Average Rating: 5
|Item||Tubular Cam Lock|
|Mounting Hole Dia. (In.)||3/4|
|Head Dia. (In.)||15/16|
|Cam Length (In.)||1-1/2|
|Cam Width (In.)||5/8|
|Max. Latching Distance (In.)||1-1/8|
|For Door Thickness (In.)||1-3/16|
|Unlock Turn Direction||Left|
|Unlocking Radius (Deg.)||90 or 180|
|Number of Pins||7|
|Includes||Removable Flat Cam, Reversible Offset Cams|
Average Product Rating: 5based on 1 reviews
My application is unusual but they worked for my needsSunday, February 27, 2011
The door locks they installed in Subaru cars in the early 90s models are junk and every year when the sub-zero winter cold comes they freeze up and the cheapo die cast metal they are made from just shatters and you end up with door locks that don't work. I bought three of these units and disassembled the door locking mechanisms and replaced the key units in both front doors and the trunk with these. Had to cut my own rod arms to go on the ends of the tumblers to fit my application from plate steel but it worked real good. No more door lock problems in the cold since these are made out of good quality metal with a brass or bronze sleeve tumbler inside a steel casing and the don't bind or freeze up no matter how cold it gets.
Quality materials and construction; not a cheaply made product.
The product itself is great would just be nice if there was a little more detailed measurement and dimensions info like some CAD three views of the external dimensions on-line somewhere so I didn't have to wait to get the locks to take some measurements off them I needed for my application.