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Assa Twin Combi



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Post Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:33 pm

Re: Assa Twin Combi

I looked through all of my remaining locks and found only one with a screw. The back of the lock with a screw looks almost identical to a standard lock.
The lock without a screw:

...and with screw:

But - as femurat observed - when you compare the locks looking at them from the top you clearly see the difference.
The lock without a screw:

.....and with a screw:

As Gordon said: any ASSA-dealers (or other!) who have info on this?

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Post Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:31 am

Re: Assa Twin Combi

I'm having a hard time playing with oval cylinders: they're difficult to keep in hand since they're shorter than a cylinder. I came up with this simple solution: a holder to keep them in hand.
I took a 6 cm x 4 cm piece of wood I had laying around and cut it about 7 cm long. Then I drilled two holes with a 2 cm diameter bit, making a 8 shaped hole. One was about a cm deeper that the other, to allow some space for the back of the plug. Then i took away the remaining material with a small chisel. Drilled a hole for one of the 2 screws to keep it in place.
I may remove the corners and sand it, but for now here it is.





Since we are here, enjoy a picture of the assa's pins


Cheers :)


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Post Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:53 pm

Re: Assa Twin Combi

Gotta love those ASSA driver pins. Glad they don't get nasty with their key pins. That would be :akimbo:

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Post Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:55 pm

Re: Assa Twin Combi

Very nice femurat.... I can just see you setting on the couch with it for the evening now :)
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