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Large Brass Hasp for briefcases.



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Product Code: I1202

This is one of our most popular Large brass briefcase hasps. It is an appropriate replacement catch for many briefcase combination/ key locks. Do however check dimensions and detail closely, as slight differences in design may mean certain spares won't work with your briefcase. It Suits either left or right hand locks.

Hasp Measurements:

Closed Length 55mm
Width 38mm
Hole Centres 28mm

We hear from our customers that this hasp is a suitable replacement for some Regalia cases and some cases sold by Toye, Kenning and Spencer.

This range of replacement parts is useful for practically minded people, who have a broken briefcase they do not want to part with and who do not have a saddler or luggage repairer in their neighbourhood.
Price: £7.20 (£6.00 ex VAT) 7.94 USD US Dollars, 6.79 EUR Euros, 892.18 JPY Japan Yen
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Large Brass Hasp I1012H

Large Brass Hasp I1012H

Large Brass Hasp I1012H

Would you like to check stock availability? Call Sara or Paul on 01494 775577 (if not from UK please call 0044 1494 775577) Mon-Sat 9.30 a.m. to 5.00p.m. Please Note: We do not accept orders by telephone and enquiries are better placed by email too. When ordering on-line, please note that we do not deduct any money from your credit card, until the goods are being despatched. Please also note that you may alter the quantity of goods in your basket at any time.

 

Fitting A Briefcase Hasp

Step 1 Peel back the organiser section in the lid by about 5 inches. Don't worry about the stitching as it is dummy stitched.
Step 2 Peel back the leather that covers the underside of the hasp you wish to replace. Once again don't worry about the stitching.
Step 3 You should by now have revealed the back of the rivets that hold the hasp onto the case. Two types of rivet are commonly used. The first type has two legs that can be straightened with a flat headed screwdriver and extracted. The second usually has a washer capping it on the inside which can be carefully drilled out with a cordless drill.
Step 4 Put the new hasp on, tapping down the new rivets with a hammer and reverse the process glueing the lining as you go (Evo-stick is best).