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  1. These are restricted. Blanks are out of the question. The way the first cut interacts with its pin is patented. Best contact Abus to find out where you can get them.
  2. 283 is LF4 / LF6R The other may be MLM1, i'm not 100% sure
  3. RW4 or RW4 Plus ? There is a big difference. As you don't mention the P box, i assume you mean RW4Plus.
  4. Yeah, 10ringo10 posted something here, but it's gone now. It was directed at you, so i think he PM'ed it instead and removed the post.
  5. Have a look at instacode card 243. It contains the 1-210 codes. Edit: However, the depths and spacing don't seem to match. Silca card 211 (instacode 125) is a card that works for depth and spacing.
  6. There is a free version for the RW4 and for the Optika. You can't open any cards with it.
  7. Rick, that's not it. I don't know if there is a Silca blank available for it, we use original Abus for these. - Edit: i stand corrected Börkey has the 1940P for these.
  8. Try here http://www.hudsonlock.com/codemax-update.html
  9. We stock the originals for this one. The neck on the Silca blank is not long enough to fit the lock.
  10. Adaptor B1 for Silca unocode We still have ours. Had to dig deep, but I've found it. I can cut a key to code or depths, and send it to you, if noone closer can do it (I'm in Belgium)
  11. I think WK53R, but there are a lot of similar profiles, it's not easy to make out from the photo. The pass key blank may be WK62R.
  12. That would also be my first guess. I would try code FH101.
  13. Could it be that you started cutting 1 position too far ?
  14. Tibbe keys that lock , but will not open are and indication that the bitting is not correct. You can even lock them with a blank key. Keys stuck in the ignition are caused by the dust cover flap catching on a ridge in your key. Use a pick or a wire to push the dust cover away to get your key out.
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