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fesm_ndt
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Post by fesm_ndt » Sun Jul 12, 2009 1:43 am

just had a quick look on Ebay, didn't see much apart from a big one.

I think I might go down the local hardware in a bit and see whats available ........
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David Dunn
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Post by David Dunn » Sun Jul 12, 2009 2:12 am

fesm_ndt wrote:just had a quick look on Ebay, didn't see much apart from a big one.

I think I might go down the local hardware in a bit and see whats available ........
Trust me, when you go to fit it, you will tell a big difference, and what you'll need to do to modify the handles, you might as well go without lock, there won't be much meat left on the handles, and the locks could easily be broken through the handles
The 24/60 has a 5/16" shackle, while the others have a 3/8" diameter.
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