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I filed October 8TH, 2013 and became a Candidate for Kansas Governor for the 2014 Election. I also became a Republican. Feel free to contact me. @HerbertIII on twitter. west.herb@yahoo.com , 21817 W. 351st, Paola Kansas 66071. http://herbertwest3rd.blogspot.com/ These websites are being used as an "In Kind Contribution", as they are mine and free through Google Blogger. See "Fair Market Value" at the, Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission's webpage. Posted by Herbert West III Campaign Treasurer for, Candidate for KS Governor 2014, Herbert West III, (R). E.I.N. 80-0953936.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Dead Bolt Lock Security Cover.

Dead Bolt Lock Security Cover? I was watching he news the other day and showed how people are using "Smash Keys" to break Dead Bolt Locks. I invented away to stop them from having access to your Dead Bolts. Picture a 1/4 inch steel plate, 6 inches tall and 4 inches wide. It has a hole in the center that allows the Dead Bolt exposure to slide through so the plate rests against the outside of your door. Directly behind this outer plate is a inner plate. It has a hole in it to allow the hand tumbler to still be accessible. This hand tumbler is the handle on the inside of the door to lock/unlock the Dead Bolt from the inside. A piece of 1/4 steel metal that is 6 inches tall will be installed on the edge of the door. It will have a hole that lets the bolt slide through it. This side piece will be welded to either the front or back door plate. 4 holes will be drilled through the plates and the door for heavy duty steel bolts. These connect the front an rear door plates. On the outer door plate 2 triangles with holes will be welded on it. The triangles are laying on their side with the top point facing out straight towards you. A second smaller outer plate with triangles welded on it will then slide over the door plate. It will also have a steel pipe welded between the holes in the upper and lower triangle parts. The holes in the triangle parts in the fixed door plate and the front removable one need to line up. Then slide in a Tow Bar Receiver Hitch Bottle Key Lock Pin. The height of 6 inches is an example. The maximum height of the overall plate will vary by Receiver Hitch Bottle Key Lock Length. This Bottle Key Bolt will slide straight down into the aligned hole of the fixed and removable pieces. The outer removable plate will not have a hole in the front of it. It covers your locked Dead Bolt. You can also place this on the door while you are home. Place this on while the door is unlocked. Close the door and turn the handle on the Hand Tumbler on the inside. This locks the door and blocks the key access on the outside. When other family members come home they have keys to both locks. They can re-lock the door behind them as they enter or leave. I hope you find this useful. I will setting up a Candidate Campaign Bank Account soon. If you want to thank me you can send a Candidate Contribution soon. Thanks, Herbert West 3rd, Candidate for Kansas Governor, 2010.

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