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Searching for PADO LATAO double storm door handles & Lock

A home owner from Walled Lake, MI says:
Good day,

I'm trying to replace this old door handle set (both the locking portion and the receiving portion on the other storm door).

Listed on the Lock side is PADO LATAO.
I looked at your 40-049 and it looks the very similar, however the my locks mounting points measure 6 3/4inch rather than your 6.5inch.

Here's the measurements for the 4 pieces:
(1) Inside handle view - Overall Height: 7 1/8; Width: 1inch; Bolt holes: 6 3/4inch.
(2) Strike plate view - Overall Height: 6 15/16inch; Width: 13/16inch; Bolt holes: 5 3/8inch.

(3) Receiving Strike plate - Bolt holes: 5 3/8inch
(4) outside handle (no lock) - Outer Bolt holes: 6 3/4inch; Bottom Bolt to Bolt under handle: 3 3/8inch.
User submitted image of their door hardware.
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Hey, thanks for posting. I've used the 40-049 in the past to replace a Pado handle set like yours. The biggest thing you have to worry about is that the outside and inside handle plates could be a little different, which means you might have to drill new holes for the handle plates. The most important measurements would be the mounting holes (6-15/16") for the mortise latch on the edge of the door. Take a look at these parts, as well as the video below, and let me know what you think.
A home owner from Commerce,MI says:
Ok- I understand about the main locking portion - I rechecked my dimensions about the main bolt holes match what you explained for 40-049.
What about the Receiving Plate (my bottom photo)? Can you please advise which model would work for this one.

Thank you!
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
I'm afraid we haven't been able to find a keeper quite like yours. It's particularly large. It may just be very old and no longer made. The 40-049 set comes with a keeper, though, that you can see in its alternate images. I don't know if it will line up to what you have exactly, unfortunately.
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