Lock and keeper for windows.

A quick learner from Bend, Oregon says:
The tricky part here is the keeper that slides under the slot in the window frame. I ordered and then had to return a set that had the keeper on top which wouldn't allow the window to slide over it.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

I see you purchased our 90-278 lock set. I know the keeper isn't a match, but did the lock itself work? If so, hold onto it. The keeper you need is most likely sold separately, but as long as the lock fits then you should be fine using that.

See our 90-237 keeper in the meantime. This is just an educated guess, but let me know how well it compares to your original.

A quick learner from Bend, Oregon says:
So if I get he 90-237 keeper, which lock works best with it? I am only going to order one set to see if the lock works with the original keeper and if not the new one.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

There are tons of locks that work with the 90-237. The lock that comes with the 90-278 set is one of them, which is why you want to hold onto it. Assuming that the 90-237 is a match for your keeper then the two products will be fully compatible.

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