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Old 04-13-2010, 10:55 PM   #15
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Hey...Pbearsailor...

Steve, Could you take a minute and describe how the H-20 lock handle is "built" up and attached to the lock. I have the lock , the spring, pin and handle. It was missing the rod that goes from the handle to the lock so I made one up from 1/4 inch stock. Now at a loss as how to secure it at the lock end....is it drilled and pinned? Toasties pictures show three washer too. I'm not sure how they fit in there either. Can you help? Thanks.
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Yup, I'll try to dig it out tomorrow and take a bunch of pics.

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Steve, Could you take a minute and describe how the H-20 lock handle is "built" up and attached to the lock. I have the lock , the spring, pin and handle. It was missing the rod that goes from the handle to the lock so I made one up from 1/4 inch stock. Now at a loss as how to secure it at the lock end....is it drilled and pinned? Toasties pictures show three washer too. I'm not sure how they fit in there either. Can you help? Thanks.
I think this is the view you want. If not let me know.

I took the small panel off the inside of the door with the inner handle removed and this is how the rod is attached on the inside.

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