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  4. Ian platt

    asec vital key blank

    6 pin Yale blanks work fine on these hd 16hl.
  5. Ian platt

    futura tracers breaking

    Hi hibsjo I’ve also been told either a loose wire or defective one checked wire wasn’t loose so awaiting new wire which still hasn’t arrived !!!!!
  6. C.B. used to supply them, don't know if they still do or not.
  7. Genuine blanks cheap enough for Aldridge
  8. rmarsters

    Dahfu wheel clamp key

    looks pretty good. I'm sure we've got some of them somewhere
  9. rmarsters

    17th century chapel key

    We've sent these on to Anglia Locksmiths (http://www.anglia-locksmiths.co.uk/) before and also their was a guy called Antique Locks (or something similar) who did them, I don't think he had a website
  10. rmarsters

    asec vital key blank

    Always cut on UL2 and just trim down the end. Never had any problems
  11. Cheers. Doesn't look too different from the futura. Be interesting to try it
  12. grahamparker

    asec vital key blank

    UL054 will do but you need to shorten the end. We just use genuine blanks.
  13. ciawest

    Hoopla key ID

    thanks grahamparker, I have looked at the selection of keys, hooply doesn't do very clear pictures. I'd say none of them are the right one but if i had to choose i'd have to go with the S3D30. How would i go about getting blanks? would it be direct from hooply?
  14. hi all does anyone know if there is a copy key for a asec vital blank please
  15. ponsaloti

    17th century chapel key

    The tolerances are wide open but still a fair bit of filing. If this were a one part for a machine, it would be £300+
  16. grahamparker

    "One-off key", unknown brand

    Hi Chris, i think that one off key changes the padlock combination allowing use of a second set of keys while disabling the master set by allowing a ball bearing to drop into the plug. That is why it is called a One Off key you use it once then swap to the next set of keys, you can strip and repin moving the bearing/s back into the body if you know the positions of the cuts. Squire used to offer something similar for house builders.
  17. Just as an add-on: This was, in fact, a Hooply key, and the Gatemate blank worked as well. Other keys they found for the same lock were cut on both sides.
  18. grahamparker

    17th century chapel key

    Amazing considering they are one of the richest organisations in the country.
  19. Mick Friend

    17th century chapel key

    very few churches will spend more than £20 last one I did I cheated and uses a dremel to do most of the work - about 4 hours
  20. Mick Friend

    17th century chapel key

    there's an echo in here
  21. Anyone know where i can get some of these? Doesn't have to be axman but deffo pvc
  22. grahamparker

    Hoopla key ID

    http://www.hooply.com/en/products.asp?bid=3 All the different variations out of China. Might help identifying the correct blank.
  23. grahamparker

    17th century chapel key

    In reality if you charged an hourly rate the minimum for one of these keys depending on quality and accuracy should be a minimum of £150 per key.
  24. anyone had a look of play with this new keyline machine yet gymkana 994
  25. Hi, I can't find a suitable blank for this key. I have asked SKS but they have had no puck either. Any suggestions?
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