PD vs JD

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On ND-series locks manufactured on or after January 30, 2017, the following parts are needed to convert the lock from JD to LD:03-231 - Open Cylinder lever (specify design and finish)N523-022 - Tai...
In the early cylindrical version of the AD-Series 993 locks, a spacer may be required for proper cylinder functionality.  Effected cylinder types are PD / LD / RD / JDIf a customer is ...
On ND locks manufactured on or after January 30, 2017 only the SFIC lever and SFIC driver are needed to convert the lock from Full Size conventional (PD) or Full Size IC (JD, RD, TD) prep to S...
On ND locks manufactured prior to January 30, 2017, the lever, spring cage and tailpiece needed to be replaced with the SFIC lever, SFIC spring cage and the SFIC driver . N123-056 - Outside sp...
Schlage and Falcon use the P cylinder suffix to designate conventional key-in-lever (KIL) 6 pin cylinder.  The D means that the lock will have a deadlatch.
For ND locks shipping on or after January 30, 2017, the lever and core driver will need to be changed to convert from JD to BD.SFIC lever, 03-200SFIC driver and spacer, 09-774
For ND Locks shipping prior to January 30, 2017:The springcage(s), lever, and core driver will need to be changed.  Depending on the function the components below are required.Outside spring c...
The Schlage ND is shipped with a driver/tailpiece when ordered with a LD, BD, or JD suffix.
The JD YA6 tailpiece is intentionally designed such that the tailpiece cannot be installed at the same time as the cylinder.  Interchangeable cylinders assume that the lever and taipiece is in...
See the JD Yale Lever installation instruction HERE