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Old Combination Lock

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Post Sat Aug 18, 2018 8:35 pm

Re: Old Combination Lock

Got a dial for this lock. Very good quality with a 6-lever lock built in. The spindle is rather long (something like 30cm). I do not see how to remove it. I do not want to cut a historic spindle. I would like to mount everything. So what do I do?
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Post Sat Aug 18, 2018 11:19 pm

Re: Old Combination Lock

MartinHewitt wrote:Got a dial for this lock. Very good quality with a 6-lever lock built in. The spindle is rather long (something like 30cm). I do not see how to remove it. I do not want to cut a historic spindle. I would like to mount everything. So what do I do?


Someone else made a simulated thick wall safe by taking two steel plates and fixing them apart from each other. I can’t remember who but it was a Diebold 177. That would probably work well here since you want to leave the spindle intact.
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