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Increased protection and enhanced security features over the Yale KM series range. Strengthening bar, sacrificial break off section and grip deflectors provide additional strength against physical attack. Tested to BS EN 1303: 2005.

Increased protection and enhanced security features over the Yale KM series range. Strengthening bar, sacrificial break off section and grip deflectors provide additional strength against physical attack. Tested to BS EN 1303: 2005.
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Yale AS Series Euro Thumbturn Cylinder Lock 40-40 (80mm) Polished Brass
Review 1 for Yale AS Series Euro Thumbturn Cylinder Lock 40-40 (80mm) Polished Brass
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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Grub screws, not split pin...
21 Oct 2012
By Spiceweasel
, Oxford
"I bought one of these the other week, and the thumbturn was held on with two grub screws, with suitable Allen key provided also.
As long as you don't lose the grub screws - they screw into the shaft, not the thumbturn ;-) - it's easy to remove and refit"
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Yale AS Series Euro Thumbturn Cylinder Lock 40-40 (80mm) Polished Brass
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Difficult to fit
19 Jul 2012
By Gloucesterbob
, Gloucester
"You have to feed lock in from the front because of the two pegs that stop lock being bumped.
This means that you have to remove the turnbuckle. This held by a small, hardened steel roll pin. Despite buying the correct pin punch I was unable to remove this pin. More force would have broken the turnbuckle. The two key slots version is probable OK , but this should be supplied with the turnbuckle loose.
Avoid.
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0 of 2 people found this review helpful.