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    JacksonWyatt is offline Junior Member
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    Default How to overlock a disc lock??? Help?

    I have been the owner of "self storage" for a little over a year. My facility is different...it is all 12x20 single car garages. There is only one place for a lock to go. If I have a tenant that has a disc lock, I have no way to overlock the garage door. Is there something out there to overlock a disc lock itself. I know I cut and drill, adding a second lock, just don't want to go down that path. Thanks

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    MZC&D is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: How to overlock a disc lock??? Help?

    This is what we use if a tenant has more than one lock, it may be what you need.

    They will usually send you a free sample before you buy a bunch so you can try it out.

    https://www.chateauproducts.com//#in...View&prodId=19

    Hope this helps!

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    Default Re: How to overlock a disc lock??? Help?

    We use the same as MZC&D. It's handy to have a few on hand at all times. They work great and don't need a lot of extra room next to the lock in order to fit onto the latch.
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    Default Re: How to overlock a disc lock??? Help?

    We use the same thing

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    Default Re: How to overlock a disc lock??? Help?

    Same thing!
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