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the black ring in the green? that's the guide for the hole saw
Probably not as the smallest thickness they will fit Is 11/2". Secondly , the hole saw clogs as soon as the teeth enter the wood.
This item can be found in the department that sells the lock sets and parts for the door locks
I have used it several times to install new locks/deadbolts in a metal clad commercial door. You have to go a little slow with the hole saws, but they work fine.
Two pair of channel lock pliers: 1 to hold the arbor, the other to loosen the hole saw.. I recommend making the 1 inch hole in the edge first, and leave the hole saw PARTIALLY in the door for more stability of the fixture when you start with the 2 1/8" hole saw. (Either way, it is common for the hole saw and arbor to lock together in use. )
Yet if you drill the handle hole first. When you drill the latch hole the bit take all materials out. I just find it odd they would give the spade bit too. I did the entire pronect without touching the spade bit
For use on doors with a thickness range of 1-3/8 in. to 1-3/4 in.
Probably not. The way the bit setup is, you won't be able to take the door core out without drilling all the way thru.