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we don't have the demand as such and my brother isn't convinced and he may be right, that they're worth paying out for.

if they're at the right price then it may be worth having them for the one offs that we get asked for.

 

i can probably count on one hand how many times i've been asked for the chubb in the past eighteen months. and how many times i've been asked for the ford in the past 10 years :lol:

 

cheers folks, rick.

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we don't have the demand as such and my brother isn't convinced and he may be right, that they're worth paying out for.

if they're at the right price then it may be worth having them for the one offs that we get asked for.

 

i can probably count on one hand how many times i've been asked for the chubb in the past eighteen months. and how many times i've been asked for the ford in the past 10 years :lol:

 

cheers folks, rick.

 

What did you ask for then :roll:

 

Don't forget they will take up extra room in your unit :lol:

 

It always makes me laugh when I hear, I've got no call for that here. How can you build a reputation for a curtain product if you don't do it.

 

I remember when we first started doing watch batteries years ago, we didn't do very many for a long time, but know we do loads, cus we built up a reputation for doing em.

 

Remember invest in your business and you'll create a reputation for being a competant tradesman, not hit and miss.

 

I would never want to send a customer to one of my competitors because I couldn't do the job.

 

No offence intended Rick. :wink:

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This key is used for Chubb FB-Series File cabinet locks, There is no ready made keyblank for this lock, But you can adapt a regular Chubb (Silca Ach) or comparative AFTER CUTTING...!

The cutting card has deliberatly entered a number 3 depth in the 1st position near the head as this is un-used in this particular lock, Also the lock only uses 3 depths of cut..No2, No3, and No4...these are entered as opposing values...when you have a No 2 on side A then it is a RULE that a No4 must be on side B in the same position. All Cuts MUST ADD UP TO 6. After the cutting procedure, remove the No 3 cut on side A+B by filing it down to the key stem and rounding over. Then the Bit on both sides must be filed down to allow entry into the lock this entails approx. 1mm filed off the HIGEST CUTS ONLY, It is a good practice to have an old one of these locks present when finishing off the cut key for a key-fit-test.

(Courtesey of Instacode)

 

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