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vde

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Post Tue Jun 07, 2016 12:18 pm

Re: GWiens2001's Locks

Got a question for you, how did you tension it? I have a varian of the lock but I find no suiable way of tensioning it?
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vde

GWiens2001 wrote:Have picked that very lock not long after I received it. Here it is in the picked position:

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Note that the post is no longer centered in line with the bottom of the keyway, compared with the picture above.

Have been working on updating this thread, but it is rather daunting. :?

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Post Tue Jun 07, 2016 2:01 pm

Re: GWiens2001's Locks

The first time, I used a tweezer-type tension wrench like used in automotive locks. The second time, used a TOK tension wrench that I filed to fit exactly in the slider grooves.

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Post Tue Jun 07, 2016 7:50 pm

Re: GWiens2001's Locks

Sweet US abloy. I missed out with my procrastination :(
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