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Set your own 3-digit combination any time.
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1-1/8" Long Keyless Cam Lock (For stock 7/8" thick or less)
1-1/8" Long Keyless Cam Lock (For stock 7/8" thick or less) Item #: 36655
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$20.99
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Keyless Cam Locks-Locks

Item #
GRP11231_1
Rating:
88% of 100

Set your own 3-digit combination any time! Changing the combination takes only a few seconds with the simple push of a button.


Changing the combination is easy, and can be done any time the cam is unlocked:
  1. Push the change button in (located on bottom of the lock) with a paper clip while setting a new combination. With the combo set at 0 0 0 turn the threaded cylinder while keeping the front housing and cam stationary.
  2. Set the combination to the number that opens the lock.
  3. Release pressure on the change button by removing paper clip. It is that easy!
(1) Keyless Cam Lock
More Information
Brand No
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 0.3600
Tech Spec
  • 1,000 different combinations
  • Replaces any 3/4" keyed cam lock
  • Includes mounting hardware and instructions
  • Zinc
Tech Docs
Finish No
Hardware Type No
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Keyless lock
Keeps vagrants out, great product.
April 17, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
these Cam Locks work great no keys, will be placing in other areas of our shops thanks.
March 21, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Easy way to secure a cabinet!
With the three different cams provided with this lock, it was a very simple installation to secure a liquor cabinet, a medication drawer, and an ammunition storage cabinet. All three installations took me less than an hour total!
November 21, 2013
It's an OK lock. I used it on a small chest.
Not super high quality but pretty good for light to medium duty applications.
January 26, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Works great, but
This is fine little lock for small cabinets in the shop, in the home or office; however be sure to read the directions - the combination can only be changed if the lock is in the "open" position. If the combination gets lost while it is in the closed position, you are screwed. Don't laugh, the lock can be placed in the "lock" position when the cabinet door is in the open position and then you can't close the door or open the lock. and do what I had to do - buy a new lock!
June 21, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
No keys, easy to change combination so security is better than with a key.
Robert M on Jun 20, 2018
Lock a box
Marshall H on Feb 14, 2018
No keys, easy to change combination so security is better than with a key.
Robert M on Jun 20, 2018
Previous purchase
Michael P on Feb 17, 2018
Lock a box
Marshall H on Feb 14, 2018
I bought the shorter one and it was to short for
my project.
Glenda Louise O on Dec 6, 2017
To eliminate the loss of a key
Robert P on Feb 8, 2017
I needed a lock on my desk because when my chair turns it hits the key and keeps breaking my key off in it. Hoping this will help!
Jessica H on Sep 8, 2016
I have to lock up some audio equipment, yet make it easy for a few people to get at it. Keys are too easily lost in a public church setting. This just seemed to be good to lock a cabinet door. Rocker hasn't failed me yet, and the reviews indicate I'll be satisfied once again.
Craig S on Jun 20, 2016
No more keys. Worth a try..
Bradley A on Jan 23, 2016
GOOD LOCKS IN GROUP HOMES
SHANE R on Dec 17, 2015
replacement lock for gun cabinet
michael s on Dec 2, 2015
to replace one that has been in use for 12 years.
Patricia N on Jul 29, 2015
For Lockable storage and no key to lose.
Phil V on Jun 3, 2015
Previous purchase
Michael P on Feb 17, 2018
I bought the shorter one and it was to short for
my project.
Glenda Louise O on Dec 6, 2017
HOW DO YOU PREVENT SOMEONE FROM CHANGING THE COMBINATION???
OCEAN M on Sep 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You cannot change the combination if you do not have the correct combination. Once you put in your personal combination from the default combination, the combination cannot be change with out your personal combination. I hope this helps.
can it be used outside?
wayne e on Jan 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I would say yes if you kept oiled on a regular basis (once every couple of months). I really like the lock. I bought and it's great not having to locate a key every time I want to open the desk.
What happens if I forget the combination?
Jamie F on Jan 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: As with any lock, whether it is a combination or a keyed lock, you will be in a mess if you forget the combination or lose the key. You will have to cut the lock out, or cut the wood around it to get it out. I have two of these locks and they work great.
Where can I get the metal "receiver" piece with a slot that the cam rotates into?
JeffK on Jun 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We use a 3/8"x3/8"X 2" stainless angle from hardware supplier. We do not use a slotted receiver. Not necessary, cam slides behind angle
What happens if the combination is forgotten?
Jamie F on Jan 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You are out of luck. You need the combo to change the combo. It is 3 digits. Use your house number or your IQ with a zero as the first number. Or maybe your weight.
Will this lock work on RV storage compartments?
Corey on Jul 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely. I use it for a gun cabinet I built and works great. Wish it came in black or rubbed bronze though.
I am going to use this lock to secure a bottom door on a kitchen base cabinet. The door has a corner bumper on it and the measurement from the outside of the door to the far inside of the rail is 1and 3/4" o/o. Will this lock work for those measurements?
mark j on Dec 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: For sure you will need to use the offset cam blade that comes with the combo lock. It's going to be close but I'm pretty sure you will have to trim the inside of your rail a little bit to get the clearance that you need. I would do a mock-up with the lock on a scrap piece of wood before you drill your cabinet door. Worse case scenario you can mount a small piece of angle aluminum on your rail for a strike plate. With that method you would use the strait blade.
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