While it is often used in combination with the metal belt clips that attach to the striker plate
on some semiautos, the clip isn't necessary.
The Dubai carrier confirmed that there was a "whistling noise emanating from one of the doors on the A380 upper deck" but said the sound from the door was caused by "a small dimensional difference between the inflated door seal and the door lower frame striker plate
when the door is in the closed position."
Make sure locking latch engages striker plate
before tightening screws
The bale cutter also incorporates a cast urethane blade striker plate
. Unlike most common striker plates
(carbon steel, brass, lead or hardwood), urethane will not splinter and contaminate a product.
If a door is misaligned, then look for cracks indicative of recent movement and check the door striker plate
for evidence of progressive changeover time (or no recent change).
By sliding the HandyBar into the existing U-shaped striker plate
on a car's door frame, you create instant support for getting in and out.
An innovative locking cam system, ball bearing hard plate that prevents drilling out the lock, and frames surrounded by a 1/4-inch striker plate
are just a few of the features that offer a Pendleton Safe more protection than any other.
An arrow kicking "into the riser" (over-spined) might be corrected by adding a thicker striker plate
. An arrow kicking away from the handle (under-spined) might mean your striker pad is too thick.
You can add security to the lock by replacing the screws in the striker plate
with 2 1/2in wood screws.
(4.5 kg) sliding weight and a striker plate
are hooked onto the flexible cable.
Finally, hold the lock striker plate
over the two mortices, mark the outline of the plate on the door jamb with a pencil, and cut a recess for the plate.