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Old 09-21-2018, 11:10 AM   #1
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Marine Trader Aft Cabin Door lockset

Anyone know where to get the lockset/ latch system for this door?
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Old 09-21-2018, 12:14 PM   #2
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If you are looking for the originals they were never very good and they were virtually handmade by the family that finished the boat in Taiwan. Even if you find a scrap door from a marine surplus the locks and hinges may or may not be compatible.



However this frees you from the shackles of originally and allows you the option of any Perko or household lock that you desire. First fill in the existing holes with solid wood and mount your newly purchased and easily repaired lockset.



That's what I'd do.
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Our Bristol aft door has a lock that looks similar to yours dimensionally.
It's made by Perko.

https://www.westmarine.com/buy/perko...caAjQfEALw_wcB

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If you are looking for the originals they were never very good and they were virtually handmade by the family that finished the boat in Taiwan. Even if you find a scrap door from a marine surplus the locks and hinges may or may not be compatible.



However this frees you from the shackles of originally and allows you the option of any Perko or household lock that you desire. First fill in the existing holes with solid wood and mount your newly purchased and easily repaired lockset.



That's what I'd do.
I think I agree, Thank you!
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Our Bristol aft door has a lock that looks similar to yours dimensionally.
It's made by Perko.

https://www.westmarine.com/buy/perko...caAjQfEALw_wcB

Cheers, Steve
These doors are sliders and that perko unit is for a swinging door.I would love to change out the ones we have as well but haven't been able to find a good alternative.
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