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Old 07-05-2017, 09:54 AM
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I'd considered those. Do they A: Stay attached? And B: Not interfere with the internal mechanism?

I'd actually thought about thinning them a little and using rubber cement, pliobond, or some other "soft" adhesive to hold 'em in place.
Yup. They just popped right in. Got them at the local Ace Hardware. They are very secure, as I had picked them out before I drilled the hole, so they are sized properly. I've pulled them off a few times, using a pick to pull them out.

Also, no interference with anything in the location I've got mine installed. They don't stick into the interior of the door much.
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