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2-3/8" Backset Bit Key Mortise Lock with Classic Keys
This mortise lock body includes 2 old-fashioned keys and will replace most bit key locks with 2-3/8" backset for the additional security provided by mortise locks. A mortise cutout is required to install this this lock.
Mortise lock with brass plated faceplate
Case-hardened steel case
Replaces most bit key locks with 2-3/8" backset
Requires mortise cutout
2 keys included
Spindle hole accommodates 1/4" to 5/16" spindle
Mortise lock body and keys only
First Watch® Security branded products are manufactured to provide quality which you can count on. Grant yourself peace of mind by securing your home and belongings with First Watch® Security.
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
First Watch 1155-PB Polished Brass
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Number of Keys
What are the dimensions of the face plate and what is the distance between the center of the knob and the round part where the key enters ?
A. The First Watch 1155 mortise lock has a faceplate that measures 6" x 7/8". The center to center measurement from the keyhole to the knob is 2-1/2".
What is the width of the door this lock will fit into? I have a 1 inch depth door.
A. The First Watch 1155 is in stock, and will work on doors up to 2 3/4".
Are they reverseable? For left and right doors?
A. The First Watch 1155 is reversible.
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