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  1. Did you try 2323-221-1321? Your 3s on the B axis look deeper than the origional. My A9 appears to cut less deep if anything...they've all worked though. All the dimples on your key seem the same size or a little smaller than the origional (as I would expect on A9) except the 3s on the B axis.
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    GT2BP Lancia keys

    SKS have GIOB-3.P in stock.
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    Silca Futura Card 913

    I use a different machine but I find aluminium blades are not sufficiently conductive for electronic decoding.
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    Key ID

    JMA FLT-1
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    key id please

    JMA LAS-FH or LAS-3?
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    "Q" key blank...

    Looks like a Securistyle Viscount window key.
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    Opsial key ID

    Thanks chaps. 6 pin ASEC is close to fitting in my fishy keyway and might do the job with a bit of modification but the 1800 mile round trip to check it rules it out. If we can't find correct blanks I think pluriel.fr is the solution.
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    Opsial key ID

    Thanks Graham...I'll try them. It's for a holiday place in the Alps but the English owner can't get keys locally. I'm hoping I'll have to change the locks
  9. Any suggestions? My usual suppliers have drawn a blank.
  10. T.B.H. I would have thought any of the above would do the job but if LF12 etc. don't fit in the keyway perhaps JGH-1D is what you need.
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    Instacode issue

    They're on IC Live 'The works'. I guess they're considered a vehicle key.
  12. My mission for tomorrow is to convince customers that 'bellend' is a technical term.
  13. Claim another exchange or refund and send them back to the seller. It's a design/manufacturing fault, not yours. They will claim it's a design 'limitation' but if you paid good money for a pair of boots they should last a good amount of miles. The skills exist in Northamptonshire (and probably Stoney Middleton) to make similar boots which would last a lifetime if the demand existed at a realistic price. You paid a premium for brand named boots which look fancy not for boots that wear and repair well. Only by returning them can you tell New Rock that they are not good enough.
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    insurance cover

    We pay around £650 for the shop (including buildings insurance) and £150 contractors (doesn't include tools & machinery so the vans usually empty, I just take what I need)