Use the arrows or swipe left to view all images for this product

Active Concealed Rod 45/92 , 1-1/16" x 16" Radius Faceplate

Part Number: 4991630-45-27
Price: $177.26

Discontinued and no longer available

Ashland active multipoint lock with Concealed Shootbolt rods at top and bottom of door panel.

Faceplate Attached - Radius Ends

Backset: 1-3/4 inch (45 mm)
Faceplate Width: 1-1/16 inch (27 mm)
Faceplate Length: 15-15/16 inch (405 mm)
Faceplate Corners: Radius
Rod Connection Thread: 1/4-20
Markings: Patent NO. 6,209,931
Priced and sold each, No Screws, No Rods


Does not include the rods, this is the Gear box only
The faceplate is riveted to lock case


1. Lift handle to Extend Rods
2. Turn Key or Thumbturn to extend deadbolt

NOTE: The deadbolt may be extended with or without the rods being engaged

Change Handing:

1. Insert screwdriver into slot behind latch
2. Pull down on handing release, latch pops out
3. Rotate latch and push back into lock case

ALWAYS Check Function of lock before closing door

NOTE: Lock Removal

The Rods have a guide bracket at top and bottom of door that need to be removed to get rods out. The rods have a Hex shape that allows an extended socket to fit if you remove the top bracket and top rod the lock body may be removed with the bottom rod still attached. May also reinstall new lock body the same way, with one (1) rod attached

How to Rehand an Ashland Multipoint Lock (Marvin Doors)

Rehanding Ashland Multipoint Locks


Installation / Replacement of door lock

1. Remove latch covers and door handles from the lock

2. Remove pins from door hinges and remove door - Not always needed

3. Lower door to rest flat or on its side, If Needed

4. Insert door handle and Raise to extended the latches at top and bottom of door

5. Remove plastic encasement / guide from the top of the door that holds the latch in place

6. Unscrew the Shootbolt Rod and remove.

7. Unscrew the door lock on the side of the door releasing the door lock from the door frame

8. Pull out the door lock and then pull up the entire door lock with the pin coming from the bottom

9. Unscrew the latch from the bottom and screw it into the new lock and then reverse the above procedure