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LOCKWOOD 234B45

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sbear2000

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Post Fri Sep 26, 2014 2:04 am

LOCKWOOD 234B45

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I bought a used Lockwood 234B45 padlock and took it apart to clean it and the pin stack cover on the cylinder's bible was loose ; at closer inspection I noticed that the little catches that holds it on are broke. Would anyone out there have a good cover I could buy

if I could send the lock to someone because I noticed the key don't work all the time(worn pins??)to have it fixed.


thanks
Jerry
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Post Fri Sep 26, 2014 2:15 am

Re: LOCKWOOD 234B45

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sbear2000

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Post Fri Sep 26, 2014 8:22 pm

Re: LOCKWOOD 234B45

Well I took a chance and tore apart the Lockwood padlock . From the looks of it someone had it apart and changed out the key pins and they was a little to long and causing the plug to drag and the key didn't work I took a pin stack cover from a kik and replaced the bad one. Now I got a Lockwood padlock that opens like a new one

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