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etstmeb posted 08-14-2002 09:54 AM ET (US)   Profile for etstmeb   Send Email to etstmeb  
Does anyone have or can tell me where I can get 2 replacement locks for the console and sidedoors of my 1989 outrage? They are round and through teak doors.
Tom W Clark posted 08-14-2002 11:25 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
I'm not sure about your 1989 but my 1983 Outrage 18 used locks made by National Cabinet Lock. I purchased replacements from E. B. Bradley Co., a wholesaler of specialty hardware.

These locks were not really marine grade but they weren't they expensive either, like a few bucks each. I suspect many other manufacturers make locks that would fit the same hole. Be sure you get the right size and cam as there are many different shapes and sizes. Also, be sure to get two that are keyed alike.

whalersman posted 08-14-2002 11:26 AM ET (US)     Profile for whalersman  Send Email to whalersman     
There was a thread on this a couple of days ago in the General Forum.

etstmeb posted 08-14-2002 11:51 AM ET (US)     Profile for etstmeb  Send Email to etstmeb     
You guys are great...thanks for the help


Gep posted 08-14-2002 03:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for Gep  Send Email to Gep     
Is that what he wanted southco for?
I just did what Tom did and put a cheap cabinet lock in.
lhg posted 08-14-2002 03:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
I think I have seen these replacement locks in the West catalog, marine grade. They are a standard item.
whalersman posted 08-14-2002 07:06 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalersman  Send Email to whalersman     

I was under the impression that that's what he wanted. Now I'm not really sure.
I have never taken my locks out of my Montauk so I do not know what brand I have.

According to Tom (above), the locks are available through E. B. Bradley Co., and
lhg says they are also available through the West catalog.

I will be looking into both of these sources as a friend of mines 1977 Montauk has no locks at all. Never, Ever, had the locks as there are no holes even drilled in the Teak for the locks. And these apear to be the original Teak doors. He said it was like this when he got the boat way back when.
I have never seen another Montuak that did not have the locks in the Teak Console doors.
But then again, it's always something.

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