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Old 08-05-2016, 06:05 PM   #1
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I have three KT locks on the classifieds that had been taken apart and cleaned and inspected by a locksmith that is not around now. Does anyone know a vendor or a individual on the Forums that works on these locks. The big thing is where the spring and ball go. Would like to get them back together so it would be easier to sell to someone needing one or sell as is in case you want the housing refinished. Any help would be appreciated.
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The spring and ball are part of the dent mechanism that holds the lock in either the locked or unlocked position. These parts go behind a set screw in the casting next to the lock shaft.
Out of Doors mart has some photos showing numerous parts as well as exploded views of this mechanism.
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TG Twinkie,
Thanks for the reply, decided to take mine out of my 72 and put these back together with little problem. Have them on the classifieds for sale now put together. Ye Ha.
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Glad you were successful. I don't think you will have any problem selling the mechanisms.
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