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Wood Door Lock Installation Kit

$19.47
  • Installs locksets and deadbolts in wood doors in 3 easy steps
  • Includes: Door Lock Kit and operator’s manual
  • AUTOSTRIKE LOCATOR for measurement free strike plate alignment
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About This Product

RYOBI introduces the Wood Door Lock Installation Kit. This addition to the RYOBI Door Installation Program makes installing a door lock or deadbolt a breeze with an easy 3-step process. This kit features a built-in Auto-Strike Locator allowing you to perfectly line up your door lock with your strike plate, measurement free. This easy to use kit is compatible with both standard backsets, 2-3/8 and 2-3/4, as well as both common door thicknesses, 1-3/8 in. and 1-3/4 in. The included spade bit guide accurately centers the latch bore and extends the life of the tool. Be sure to look at the rest of our door lock products for all of your door lock projects.

Highlights

  • AUTOSTRIKE LOCATOR is a measurement free way of aligning the door lock bracket with strike plate for accurate placement
  • Adjustable inserts are compatible with both 2-3/8 in. and 2-3/4 in. standard backsets
  • Spade bit guide increases longevity of kit
  • Attaches to door using door knob/deadbolt hardware
  • Part of the RYOBI Door Installation Program
  • Includes: (1) A99DLK5 Door Lock Kit and operator's manual












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Model # A99DLK5

Store SKU # 1005146316

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 2.7 in, W 4.85 in, D 4.85 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

4.85 in

Product Height (in.)

2.7 in

Product Width (in.)

4.85 in

Details

Primary Use

To install door locks or dead bolts on wooden doors.

Returnable

90-Day

Set

Yes

Questions & Answers

5Questions
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Q:Can this be used on a closet bi-fold door? To install a deadbolt. Door thickness 1-1/16”.
by|Mar 18, 2024
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A:  Hello, Judy - Yes, this product should work as long as the door thickness ranges from 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in. We hope this helps! If you need further support, then call or text us at 1.800.525.2579, Monday - Friday from 9 am to 5 pm (EST), or through email when you visit us at https://www.ryobitools.com/support/contact.

by|Mar 19, 2024
    caret
    Q:What size hole does this cut? I see the dimensions for the device, but nothing that says what the size of the hole saw is or what diameter the hole will be.
    by|Mar 4, 2024
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    A:  Hello, Stephen - This kit comes with a 2-1/8 carbon hole saw. We hope this helps! If you need further support, then call or text us at 1.800.525.2579, Monday - Friday from 9 am to 5 pm (EST), or through email when you visit us at https://www.ryobitools.com/support/contact.

    by|Mar 5, 2024

      A:  This kit is compatible with both standard backsets, 2-3/8 and 2-3/4, as well as both common door thicknesses, 1-3/8 in. and 1-3/4 in. The hole saw is 2 1/8 inches, the standard size for door locks. Mike

      by|Mar 4, 2024
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      Q:What is the diameter of the hole saw.
      by|Nov 26, 2022
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      A:  Hello, Door - Thank you for your question. The dimensions are H 2.7 in, W 4.85 in, D 4.85 in. I hope this helps! Additionally, if you need further support, then a RYOBI Customer Experience Professional is here for you, Monday - Friday from 9 am to 6 pm (EST) when you call or text us at 1.800.525.2579 or through email or live chat when you visit us at https://www.ryobitools.com/support/contact. And thank you again for your interest in the Wood Door Lock Installation Kit. - Jewel

      by|Dec 29, 2023
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        Q:Can this be used on a hollow core door?
        by|Sep 26, 2022
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        A:  The drill bits with this jig can be used to drill holes on either hollow or solid wood doors. For hollow doors drill very slowly don't force the drill so your hole remains level after cutting through the first layer or door.

        by|Jul 31, 2023

          A:  Hello, Martha - Thank you for your question. This can be used on a hollow or solid door. I hope this helps! Additionally, if you need further support, then a RYOBI Customer Experience Professional is here for you, Monday - Friday from 9 am to 6 pm (EST) when you call or text us at 1.800.525.2579 or through email or live chat when you visit us at https://www.ryobitools.com/support/contact. And thank you again for your interest in the Wood Door Lock Installation Kit. - Courtney

          by|Sep 27, 2022
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            Customer Reviews

            3.4 out of 5

            • 3.4 out of 309 reviews
            • 47% recommend this product
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            Poorly made
            Unfortunately this product is junk. The hole saw burnt/ate the black plastic pieces on the guide. Home depot should be giving refunds.
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            Response from RYOBIDec 27, 2023
            Hello, Moebadra - We are sorry to hear about your difficult experience! Would you mind sending us an email at Reviews@RYOBItools.com? We would be happy to provide some beneficial support! RYOBIOutdoorTools
              The bit and the guild worked wonderful for me. Made it easy to get the job done right
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              Makes drilling door knob holes easy accurate
              The hole jig makes it very easy and accurate to drill the 2 holes for the main large door knob/deadbolt unit as well as the plunger bolt. Once you have determined the location on the door for each unit fasten the Ryobi jig with 2 small screws. Carefully drill the main center hole until you can no longer penetrate. Then move to the other side of the door to finish drilling out the hole. The hole is drilled from both sides to avoid splinting wood from the door. If you don't have a hollow hole saw to drill the 1" bolt assembly use a small bit to penetrate 1/4 inch into the door. Use the spade bit guide to prevent drilling to deep. Then use the 1" flat drill to drill out the hole for the plunger assemblies. I could not figure out how to use the auto strike locator. Before installing the door knob or dead bolt assemblies I closed the door against the frame work. Then with the door closed I used a major marker inside the plunger bolt hole to draw a circle on the door frame. Drilled a 1" hole, 1' deep in the, where the frame was marked for the striker plate. Installed the striker plates and the door knobs and dead bolts worked perfectly......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
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                Couldn’t handle a hollow core door
                I ordered a Milwaukee and it was out. Begrudgingly I was forced to purchase ryobi… I know better but I was backed into a corner. I needed to get the door handles in. Set up=fine. Put the drill bit in and it spun. We tried tightening the bolt and it didn’t matter. The cheap proprietary drill bit had stripped where the bolt tights the hole saw so there is no way to actually tighten it. It made it this far into the door before it got stuck. So much swearing and no door handles in. Garbage
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                Response from RYOBIJul 11, 2023
                Hello, Mindy - We're very sorry for the experience you've encountered while using our product! We expect a better performance, and we'll be happy to provide you with a solution to help move this experience in a better direction. Will you please email us at Reviews@RYOBItools.com? RYOBIOutdoorTools
                  It broke while drilling the first hole
                  The bit broke before I could even finish drilling the first hole. Do not recommend.
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                  Response from RyobiDec 28, 2022
                  Hello, Hannahhh - We're very sorry to read about your unsatisfactory experience with your wood door lock installation kit! We want to hear more about this so we can provide you with a good solution! Will you please email us at Reviews@RYOBItools.com?
                    My neighbor lady wanted to learn how to install a door lock on a new door she purchased. I saw this as a perfect opportunity to teach her and this tool made it so much easier than the old method of measure, cut and chisel. So we got started today and it went very well, it cut the lock into the door with ease. She absolutely fell in love with the product. She did it all herself with minimal instruction from me...
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                    I had several doors in my basement that I replaced because of flooding. The door lock installatio...
                    I had several doors in my basement that I replaced because of flooding. The door lock installation kit came well after I started the work, but I decided to replace a pull handle with a locking knob because that's where I keep some expensive tools. The kit would have benefited from metal construction because the plastic seems flimsy. But my main complaint is with the printed instructions - there were too few pics to demonstrate the written instruction. In my opinion, there should be one pic per instruction so I wouldn't potentially drill a mistake into the wooden door. It took forever to realize that with this kit you need to put the strike in first - I've always done that last!. However, on the plus side, they included everything you need.
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                    I have a large number of Ryobi tools and accessories so I thought I would try this kit. I must a...
                    I have a large number of Ryobi tools and accessories so I thought I would try this kit. I must admit that the hardest thing using it was getting it our of that packaging! After I fought with the plastic for 30 minutes, the kit was intuitive to set up and easy to use. The jig is easy to align and drilling the hole is easy and fast. I tried it on a variety of door types and it performed as advertised. Just be careful when using it with doors that have glass as the vibrations can a little excessive, although that could have been my drilling style rather than the tool itself. Overall, it is good value for money.
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                    Overall I liked this product, but the biggest issue for me was that it was made of mostly lightwe...
                    Overall I liked this product, but the biggest issue for me was that it was made of mostly lightweight plastic. Normally this wouldn't bother me as much but this plastic is pretty flexible and flimsy feeling. For something as important as installing a door lock I wanted something much beefier and sturdy. It will do the job, but for the money I will look for something more sturdy next time.
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                    It is a good idea, but there is room for improvements. First I would make the door lock bracket a...
                    It is a good idea, but there is room for improvements. First I would make the door lock bracket a little larger so there would be an area or two to clamp it to the door. Second thing I would change is the hole saw and arbor. The hole saw and arbor are not threaded like the better ones and may be difficult to find a replacement hole saw. Also the better grade hole saws are deeper and some manufacturers even make a deep single tooth carbide hole saw that will go all the way through the door. I know this would significantly raise the cost so if you are going to install a door lock on very rare occasions this is better than nothing, but if you are going to do it often, I would consider see what other kits are available.
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