Need to replace the door handle lock set with the correct acorn dor wal handle door set

A home owner from Ok says:
Please help me get the correct handle lock set so I can lock my patio door. Thanks Swisco for your help.

Sincerely,

Denise C.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for posting. Your handle looks like it would be either the 82-003 , with a 3-15/16" hole center spacing, or 82-055 , with a 3-1/2" hole center spacing. Look these parts over and see what you think!

A home owner from Oklahoma says:

Thanks so much Swisco for your reply. I'm a female and I'm not the smartest when it comes to things such as this. I do know for a fact that it is 82-055   3 1/2 and not the other one. 

My question is, looking in the picture does picture 5 and 6 click together and allow the door to lock once it's assembled. I'm talking about the two silver pieces. Do I take off the other silver piece. I call it the silver nose to the left of the door. In picture #6 there's several screws and a silver piece. Do I take off my old silver (nose) piece and replace it with the silver piece that's displayed in picture #6 and it will hook to the part when I close my patio door and turn the knob and come together and my patio door will lock to the part displayed in picture #5?

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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Yes, that is exactly right. The silver piece screwed to the side of the door frame is called a keeper (others might call it a catch). This gives the latch hook on the handle itself something to lock onto when you flip the lever.

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