are any al series chassis interchangable

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The new AL FSIC driver part number is A700-052.  This driver snaps onto the back of the core similar to the ND, as opposed to it being assembled into the lock chassis with a retaining ring.  Th...
Changing the plunger assembly on the AL-Series requires disassembling the chassis.  Refer to Plunger Assembly Instructions for guidance.
To convert the AL44 to an AL40 you can replace the outside plunger unit in the chassis or order the AL40 chassis.  Replacing the plunger unit is more difficult and time consuming and would not be r...
AL-Series and discontinued D Lever-Series locks use castle nuts to hold the chassis to the spring cages and to keep the chassis positioned in the door. This causes confusion at times when the lock ...
The AL-Series has four distinguishable parts that can help in lock identification.     1.   The AL-Series will have a castle nut holding the chassis on the ...
In mid-May 2013 the Falcon T-Series changed the slide and catch spring used in the chassis to improve overall durability.
Reference the L-Series Service Manual to change lock functions or build up a case from parts.
This Step-by-Step guide is specifically designed for the functions listed below, however, it can be referenced with a majority of L series functions since most of the parts are ...
The new latch, introduced mid-June 2013, will NOT fit into the previous T lock chassis.  Customer are encouraged to order a new Falcon T lock.  If needed, customers can replace the older ...
The new chassis, introduced in mid-June 2013, is fully compatible with the previous style latch and the new one launched at the same time.