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  1. Hi everyone, I’ve had a customer send me a pic of a lick on an old clocking in machine from a factory. It looks like a Yale 1a profile and the code in the barrel is AE 44. I’ve tried SKS and they say can’t cut one from code. My local locksmith friend has sold his business so no good going to him. Without having to pick it and send away the barrel just wondered if you all have any ideas?? Cheers
  2. Details of the new cutting cards for Futura, Triax & Quattrocode are in the latest Silca news Bulletin. (see attachment) It has also been announced that a Texas 80bit Cloning & Pre-Coding update will soon be available free of charge. This will cover ALL Toyota 'G' type models. silca-news-12-2016-december-2016.pdf
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