1-3/4" Long Cylinder Lock-Choose finish and keying method

This 1-3/4" long cylinder lock is ideal locking false-front drawers and cabinet doors made of stock up to 1-1/2" thick. The lock has a five disc tumbler and is available in a nickel, antique brass, or brass finish. Available keyed alike or keyed differently. Includes two cams: one for lipped applications and one for flush or overlay applications. The provided stop washers can be used to set the lock for a 90 or 180 degree cam turn.

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