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Dual purpose lever lock and striker hardware is perfect for aligning and locking both table leaves and table halves. Performs both functions simultaneously for quick and easy table setups.

(1) Align-N-Lock mechanism
(4) Mounting screws
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Weight 0.2000
Tech Spec
  • Yellow zinc plated
  • Overall Dimensions: 2-3/8" x 2-15/16''
  • Requires 4" minimum lateral dimension for level action
Hardware Type Locks
4.3 / 5.0
115 Reviews
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Very nice product. Shipping was on time. Nice company to do business with.
November 15, 2019
3 months ago
As expected and easy to install.
November 14, 2019
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great Product
Works as advertised. Great price, shipping. Thanks!
October 13, 2019
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Was easily installed on the table surfaces and holds the surfaces together well. I will use these again.
September 10, 2019
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Easy to install and work like a dream
August 15, 2019
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
lign-N-lock work
This is the second time I have used them and his table has 6 leaves. They pull the table together and line everything up. The last set I bought was around 15 or 20 years ago, and these are just the same.
August 10, 2019
6 months ago
Works like a charm!
I was tired of having to empty the collection bag on my chipper/shredder machine, so I engineered this adapter. Works great. The Align and Lock is just perfect for a quick release mechanism. Holds securely with the machine running. (Vibration is not a problem)
The instructions for installation worked perfectly too. The device aligns and clamps with a good amount of force.
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August 3, 2019
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Keep leaves aligned and tight!
Does work as advertised. Used them on 3 leaves of a Bubinga dining table
July 17, 2019
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very easy to Aline, and install, served my purpose 100%. Worked great
May 27, 2019
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product
May 26, 2019
8 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
For our antique dinning room table and for some extra ones for future use!
Dennis L on Jan 12, 2020
Familiar with product
Adam S on Jan 4, 2020
For our antique dinning room table and for some extra ones for future use!
Dennis L on Jan 12, 2020
Table currently does have a lock. That's why it broke.
Davalin G on Jan 9, 2020
Familiar with product
Adam S on Jan 4, 2020
I need to align the leaf and the sides of the table
Curry H on Jan 1, 2020
reviews and price
Charles B on Dec 13, 2019
My Antique kitchen table need to be held together
Samuel L on Dec 12, 2019
recently purchased, and they worked great
Joe B on Dec 10, 2019
Joining two halves of table topper
Michael M on Nov 27, 2019
right part for the job
Richard R on Nov 18, 2019
extension table
Joe B on Nov 11, 2019
Building table
Steve S on Nov 10, 2019
restoring and improving antique oak dining table to
John M on Nov 9, 2019
To finish the job.
Scott H H on Nov 7, 2019
These are similar to the ones already installed on my table and seem heavy duty enough to work reliably.
LONNIE V on Nov 5, 2019
Seems like the only product that both locks and provides lateral stability in a secure way.
David B on Oct 31, 2019
Slight misalignment/warping has started on a leaf of my 26 year old Keller table due to the plastic pins being broken off. I am replacing all of the pins with wooden ones. Because of the warping and because it has always been hard to keep the table tightly together with the leaves in it, I am installing these latches as well.
MELISSA V on Oct 6, 2019
Repair of table
Marvin H on Sep 30, 2019
We have had a leaf cut out of our table, so we are using these because of the reviews given by others.
SUSANNE D on Sep 25, 2019
Need this item to complete a workshop project.
FREDRICK B. on Sep 23, 2019
looks very solid
Larry L on Sep 16, 2019
exactly what I needed for project.
william f on Sep 9, 2019
To hold the two sides of the table together when table leaves are not in use.
Dorothy S on Aug 29, 2019
Need to lock the table leaves together.
Daniel K on Aug 13, 2019
Making a table with a leaf
T O on Aug 3, 2019
Needed for assembly
Psuvan on Jul 31, 2019
Do a great job of holding the parts securely
Dennis K on Jul 30, 2019
refinishing a kitchen table
Clay C on Jul 25, 2019
Have used this product in the past and they seem to work well.
Richard B on Jul 19, 2019
Antique table has 6 leaves and need this !
Jim Emmons E on Jul 18, 2019
I'm hoping there will be less wiggle than with the regular table lock.
Cedar E on Jul 18, 2019
Kitchen table project
Robert Moy O on Jun 25, 2019
Larry S on Jun 21, 2019
Repair an antique table.
Donald W on May 15, 2019
replacement for the old ones
Ronald J on May 12, 2019
This purchase will be used to secure the leaves in my kitchen table.
P T on May 10, 2019
Fixing dining table
Marie H on May 6, 2019
it locks and aligns
Marvin J on May 4, 2019
Because its the most economical way to hold a table top together
Jim C on Apr 19, 2019
combines both alignment and lock for extension table with leaves. this simplifies installation.
wayne r on Apr 17, 2019
liked the design
Seth K on Apr 11, 2019
Table leaves would not stay together because there was no locking device.
James Y on Apr 8, 2019
I intend to use on a table with two leaves (with or without leave). So I like the alignment tangs. Also the way the installation is right at the edge of the boards. Easy to install on the table and the leaves.
Gary B on Mar 29, 2019
I chose these Align-N-Locks to draw my dining room table leaves together and minimize the gap in the table top surface.
Wayne R on Mar 14, 2019
To lock in two expansion leafs
Fields S on Feb 28, 2019
completing a dining table build from reclaimed wood and need these to complete the project
Ray T on Feb 27, 2019
Needed for a table restore project. Item has good reviews.
Gary on Feb 27, 2019
I needed these to fix my table and adding these put me over my $35 for free shipping, so why not right?
Kayla R on Feb 18, 2019
Sandra W on Feb 12, 2019
because I need them
Deanna H on Feb 4, 2019
Keep table leafs and breadboards safely secured
Dennis K on Jan 29, 2019
Table currently does have a lock. That's why it broke.
Davalin G on Jan 9, 2020
I need to align the leaf and the sides of the table
Curry H on Jan 1, 2020
I am seeking guidance on proper installation. I downloaded the spec sheet for the installation instructions, but made a mistake somewhere in the process. When I try to turn the latch to the lock position, the latch handle doesn't turn all the way. I mounted the base plate flush against the edge of one end of the table. Then I mounted the latch plate on the other piece so that the embossed line is at the opposite edge. Thoughts? I welcome some guidance.
BradW on Sep 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I sounds like the the plates were mounted a tad to far apart. Lossen all the screws by 1/4 turn or so. This will permit the plates to slide forward and see if the latch will lock. If it does, re-tighten the screws a little bit and keep trying the latch. You should be able to find a balance between the screws are tight enough & the latch will go to the lock position. Good luck
I need a locking device for a very old table with 4 leaves. The original device is missing parts that it hooks onto.
MaryEllen R on Feb 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Perfect for your job. Did basically the same on my drop leaf table only I was lining up two halves with the center leaf missing.
If I have a table with three leaves, but I may use 0 to 3 leaves when the table is set up, can I use these? Will I just have to be careful with the measurements and alignments so that any piece will align with any other piece?
Sandra T on Jan 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Here is the procedure for this:
1) Install a pair of Align-N-Lock's on the table with 0 leaves. (Actual position is not really important)
2) Open the table and put in 1 leaf. Install align-n-lock parts on the leaf to match the first set.
3) REMOVE the leaf, and Repeat (2) for each individual remaining leaf.
Now all leaves should be identical, matched to the original pair.
I have a table with one leaf that doesn't fit flush. Do I need to purchase two locks, one for each side of the leaf to attach to the table half?
Dolores T on Apr 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes one (1) for each side two be put 3-4' from edge
What is the overall height (projection) of this hardware? The folding leaf has only 3/4 inch of clearance with the bottom side of the table.
Skip T on Nov 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The highest point if the handle, and that is a little more than 5/8". It Is less than 3/4". But it will be tight.
I have a table that once the leaf is out it will not fit flush together. Will this work for this problem?
Kay T on Apr 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There's a chance that it could. It depends on why it doesn't sit flush together though. On my table, i have two of them connected each half and you can set the male piece further away from the female piece so that it pulls it in when you lock it and that would pull both sides of the table together.
Will this work on 1/2 or 3/4 plywood to pull snug 2 I/2s of a folding ping pong top that lays on top of a pool table ?
Larry S on Jan 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It was hard to line up and didn't pull the table leaves really tight. Was most likely due to operator installation. I can't really say if it would work. I don't know why it wouldn't. Measure closely.
Bought 2 wooden lazy susan's for a corner cabinet installation in my home kitchen. I am a wife, mommy, and homemaker....NOT a woodworker, so let's start with that to direct the technical level of the responses. :) I measured carefully, it will fit the space inside perfectly, with the 90° notch in the front for the folding cabinet door that folds back into that corner covering the cabinet opening. The lazy susan itself has a ball bearing turntable type mechanism on the bottom so it can be turned full-revolution when you pull out/open cabinet door (it's NOT one of those where the door is stationary and turns with the table/susan.) So, b/c I am NOT a builder or cabinet installer or woodworker, I did not realize -- these two lazy susans I bought were for installation WITH/AT THE SAME TIME AS cabinet installation. Well, the cabinets are there. Countertop is there. There is a stationary (non-removeable, non-adjustable) fixed shelf INSIDE this otherwise open corner cabinet (hence why I bought a lazy susan for top AND bottom.) I want to use them - but lo and behold, they WILL NOT FIT INTO THE OPENING, cannot get the entire susan on its prospective shelf, b/c the cabinet opening is too small, and since these were made to be "built in."
SOOO, I had the big idea - of making two parallel cuts through each susan, just around the metal round turning mechanism on the bottom.....then installing some sort of "hinge" underneath, so that now these 2 "leaves" could be folded UP one over the other, on top of the susan....then put into the cabinet, and unfolded - and somehow supported or locked as a table leaf, etc would be. This will serve to hold larger pots and bulky small kitchen appliances, so it needs to be sturdy.
So for my clueless questions:
1) What kind of saw needs to be used to cut the susans, as I assume it needs to be a fine cut so as to be flush when opened.
2) what kind if hinges would I put underneath to allow it to fold UP
3) what kind of supports or locks underneath?
J. H on Feb 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 1. band saw with zero clearance insert to prevent tear out. There should only need to be one cut, to make the parts small enough to fit the opening. You could also consider removing a pie piece section from the shelf, and leave it out. You can then rotate the shelf into the opening, and no other work would be done.
2. hinges need to be on top, or the parts will fold down. any leaf hinge would work, sized for the parts. No supports underneath would be needed.
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