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The "C" indicates small format IC core, which is the only core style Falcon products.  The C987 will be provided less core unless -6, or -7 suffix is specified (6 or 7 pin core) Example:...
Only the Schlage ND-Series can be prepped to accept non-Schlage cores. All designs are supplied with the appropriate tailpiece Non-Schlage cores are NOT included Lever designs available vary d...
The full size interchangeable cores or FSIC from Schlage.
Conventional Cylinders - A conventional cylinder is one that requires some breakdown of the lock in order to be removed. These are the most commonly used cylinders sometimes called key-in-lever...
Rim cylinder housing only for FSIC is part number 20-079.
Rim cylinder housing only for SFIC is part number 80-129.
A modular cylinder's length is determined by 4 basic parts; a cam screw, cam, plug extension, and a back housing.  Most of these parts are used in more than one cylinder length and...
There have been a few reported cases of the torx cam screw loosening on modular designs shipped prior to April 16th 2013.   History of cam screw changes: Standard screw shipped July 27t...
Schlage and Falcon double cylinder deadbolts have concealed screws to prevent tampering. The two methods used to conceal the thru-bolts are using screw caps or a faceplate. Use the below instructio...
The cam screw uses a T-10 and the housing screws use a T-15 driver.
The Schlage B and BD cylinder suffixes designate less small format interchangeable core (SFIC) cylinder prep for the lock. Any SFIC, 6-pin or 7-pin, can be inserted into the lock and will operate t...
ISSUE: After some use the plug will begin to project from the cylinder face and will ultimately pull completely out. ROOT CAUSE: In a dogged application the cam was rotated 180 degrees which ...
The Schlage small format interchangeable core rim cylinders 80-329, 80-159, 80-116, and 08-129 can accept 6 pin and 7 pin small format cores.