I have a new door, need handle

A quick learner from Frederick, MD says:
I have an interior glass sliding door with a wooden frame 1 5/8"thick with no previous hardware on it. I need to install a lock on it. Can you suggest a lock for it?
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
It's strange that there isn't any existing hardware. Is there at least an opening, or screw holes? If you were to tell me the distance between the screw holes, center-to-center, I'd have a better idea of what you can use.

In the meantime, you can check out our 82-005 as a possible replacement.
A handy person from Frederick, MD says:
Thank you Dave.
There is only two wooden handles attached with two wooden dowels spaced 5" on center. The style is 2 1/4" wide.
I liked the 80-005 but I need to open the door from the "inside" and the "outside" because is an interior door. Even is there is a key on one side.
Thanks again for your time
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Ah, I see. I think you should definitely consider our 82-005, along with our 82-306 for a keyed outside pull. I can't guarantee that it will work, but the 82-005 is surface mounted and may be your only option. You may want the help of a locksmith.
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