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    3587 door lock-gctid368569

    Any idea where I can get the lock pictured? It says Mag on one side

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/671954=26172-door1.jpg[/img]

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/671954=26173-lock1.jpg[/img]

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/671954=26174-lock2.jpg[/img]

    #2
    Here's the source for the OEM locks and door parts:

    http://www.aluminum2000.com/lock.html

    Your 3587 should have the 40-2085 type lockset on the sliding door. DON'T order the 40-2085: Aluminum 2000 modifies the part.

    Here's info for you:

    Door lock info:

    For key replacement or to see if a replacement cylinder is available please contact:

    Customer Service

    Southco Marine

    501 Haverty Court, Suite J

    Rockledge, FL 32955

    Phone: (321) 638-1726

    Fax: (321) 638-4979

    The Mobella part number for the 40-2085 flush lock is #MF-02-110-50. Southco will need that number.

    We modify the lock to fit into our doors so if you want to order a replacement lock, you would order part #P40-2085-MOD-1600E. Replacement lock and the strike plate (40-2036) and spacer (40-4081) can be ordered by calling our plant in NH at 603-826-5791 and asking for customer service.

    Dennis Makibbin

    Sales Engineer

    Pompanette, LLC

    Aluminum 2000 Division

    717-715-6900

    717-406-1956 fax

    Hope this helps!

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      #3
      Rich,

      Unfortunately MAG Security products has been out of business for a few years now. You may find several locksmiths or online dealers that still have some stock, but I haven't see that slider lock in a long time.

      Slide-co still makes a similar lock that you may be able to retrofit.

      http://www.slide-co.com/home4.wcs?nM...1&cItem=S+4060



      If the holes are not completely covered you may have enough room for cover plates on the inside and outside to cover the old screw hole prep.

      Best of luck.

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        #4
        Has anyone tried this? (as recommended by Nehalennia)

        http://www.slide-co.com/home4.wcs?nM...1&cItem=S+4060

        I have the exact issue, and now use a chain and padlock to lock the boat. I need to replace the original lock and hardware....

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