Peachtree uses non-standard locksets sizes?

Can anyone recommend replacment lockset for a peachtree 'prado' swing style patio door. The doors are bored with ~1 3/4 deadbolt and knob not the standard 2 1/8. I have not been able to find compatible locks and Peachtree is giving me the run around with the dealer.
Do OEM locks exist for this type of door?
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I have a Peachtree patio door. It took standard hardware. Are you sure you are measuring from the edge of the door to the center of the hole?

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I am referring to the holes bored in the door not the setback. The standard is 2 1/8. These are 1 3/4. A standard knob/boltlock will not fit in this hole.
Thanks

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Perhas this kind of door takes a totally different kind of lockset, but if not . . .
The Schlage locksets I bought a few months back will, if I am not mistaken, fit either size hole: the "body" of the lock itself is relatively small, and the supplied adapter plate allows it to fit in the larger hole.
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Minnie was it a really tight fit? The lock in question is not at my house and I tried a Kwikset lock and it woudn't work. I measured my Schlage and it looks like it probably will not fit either (or be really tight).
I'll try a Schlage and see what happens.
Thanks

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They really should fit. Is is possible the door came without a hole and someone put one in and you are blaming the wrong guy. By the way there are cheap door installation kits whick come with a drill and you could probably fix the installation easy enuf with the kit.. Check Lowes and Home Depot where they sell the locksets.

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Thanks Art, but this is absolutely a factory whole and it is the Prado handset.
http://www.peachtreedoor.com/_assets/TechnicalData/ReplacementParts/pradopat.pdf
I've alread talked to Peachtree about it and am just waiting for them to get back to me with the part number for the replacement lock. Very bad customer service.
I understand I can bore my own wholes, I've done it on every house I've owned. And I spent last week doing it on two doors at this house. I have not wanted to do it here because it is a factory whole and I have no idea what the door is made of between 1 3/4 & 2 1/8.

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I stand corrected. I have 2 Peachtree patio doors and I realized I've never had the lock sets apart. The one I took apart was a Thermatru. It was supposed to be a Peachtree also but the size was wrong. By the way I will be replacing the Peachtrees with 2 Pellas and at the time probably disposing of the 2 Peachtree lock sets. If you want spare parts and live near Raleigh NC let me know.

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