ERA Saracen Deadlock SC2 Shoot Bolt Rod Push Twist Fit Into Gearbox
This is a pair of the push and twist type shoot bolts that suit the ERA Saracen Deadlock SC2 Upvc window lock gearbox. They are available in various lengths and you need to note that the size ranges shown are the overall window opening sash size when fitted in place and including the lock gearbox & not the actual rod size. Please see the size range table further down our listing page for more information. Please take the time to view the "How to Measure" image we have provided to ensure that you choose the correct size to suit your requirements.
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Saracen Roller Latch Shootbolt Rods Push & Twist Fit Into Lock Gearbox Type
- Sash Sizes: Various
- Rod Length: See dimension images
- This product is packaged in pairs
- Fits SC1 Gearbox, see part 411.
- N:B the size ranges shown are the overall sash vent size including both rods when fitted into the centre gearbox in situ Not the actual rod lengths.
This is the Saracen SC2 twist and fit shootbolt rods and have a purpose made flange that locks into place when pushed in to the window lock centre gearbox and then twisted whilst doing so. They are not the same as the newer (see our part 2693 - 2696) type that at first glance look the same but do have a squarer end and simply click into place once pushed into the gearbox and are not interchangeable.
The dimensions shown above are the overall opening sash vent length including both extension rods when connected to the gearbox. Not the actual rod lengths. Always measure the overall length of the rods including the centre gearbox when fitted into the window and in open position from bolt end to bolt end. THIS IS THE SIZE RANGE REQUIRED.
Please note that the picture is for illustration only and that different sizes are available as listed above.
Tip: To get to the shoot bolts that are inserted into the lock gearbox you will usually see that there are a plastic strip inserted either side of the lock gearbox and pushed into the u-shaped slot in the opener. These plastic inserts need removing to expose the bolts and you should be able to do this by carefully inserting something thin and flat but strong into the edge and flicking it out. The strips are just tapped into place and are not screwed but will be firmly inserted. Once removed you can then physically get hold of the shootbolt rods for removal. Do not throw the plastic inserts away as these are not able to be sourced as they were made to suit the specific profile fitted and will no longer be made.