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Can the back set be changed, got a new door with pre drilled holes. the back set is to long.

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See the attached link for manuals and parts for your lock. Note these two items on the parts list : Latch Extension Assembly - Converts to 3 3/4” (95mm) backset 20402200001 $30.00
Latch Extension Assembly - Converts to 5” (130mm) backset 20402300001 $26.00
http://www.kaba-ilco.com/access_control/literature/literature_grid_mechanical_pushbutton_locks.aspx?id=13&obj=1000

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