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  • I downloaded this yesteday. took me a while to get to this map [and then a while to get it: its 34mb] the sciencedaily reference to it makes it look like a project from a Lamont-Doherty project but its actually directly under Columbia U. …and it still doesn’t tell me if I should sell out and move to, say northern British Columbia because I need to over lay the 2025 climat prediction map [if there were such a thing].

  • I would. I tried to mount the latch in the frame channel (1 1/8″ deep) of my plastic slider and the latch didn’t fit. I called Rob and found out that a plastic door frame requires a latch that doesn’t come in the standard kit and it isn’t mentioned in the website or the installation instructions, but he sent one out right away. With the new latch, I was able to do the installation quickly and the lock worked fine. I am pleased with my Safe Slider lock and, most importantly, my wife is very pleased with the Safe Slider.

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