1091DP1BLK

Perko Surface Mount And Latch

Perko Surface Mount And Latch

Description

The Perko Surface Mount And Latch easily installs in a 2 1/2" diameter hole for mounting surfaces 1/8"-3/4" thick.

Features

  • Polymer Body
  • T Handle
  • Stainless Steel Stem
List Price
$58.91
Your Price
$37.61
In Stock

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Features:

  • Lock with 2 keys
  • Offset cam bar
  • The T - Handle drops down flush in either the open or closed (180x Rotation) position. (except with the offset cam bar positioned upward)
  • The rubber seal & boot under the T - Handle seals the lock cylinder preventing water intrusion
Notable Specifications:
  • Face Plate Diameter: 3"
  • Handle Color: Chrome
  • Adjustment Cam Bar Inches: 3/4 - 2-3/8"
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Perko Surface Mount And Latch 1091DP1BLK Surface Mount and Latch, Black Body
$37.61
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Perko Surface Mount & Latch - White Body, Chrome Handle, Offset Cam Bar, 3/4" - 2-3/8" 1091DP1WHT Surface Mount And Latch, White Body
$37.61
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