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As Danny said,

The ERA Insurance approved rim locks (6 pin)have an anti drill disc fitted to the front of the cylinder. Your U6D and such like will probably snag the bottom shoulder on the cylinder housing. Just remember to remove on the band after cutting, also make sure the top shoulder isn't any higher than the origanal

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been having a spot of bother cutting these. I've used a Silca ER2 and a U6D and neither work.

According to customer (who's rather tasty by the way!) they lock outside but not inside and the reverse for opening.

 

Any advice greatly appreciated.

 

:shock: JMA ER-2D should work - but please read on ...... :shock:

 

ER-2D is used for ERA 6 Pin Euro and Rim Cylinder Locks. When ERA introduced the New British Standard Night latch they had to modify their keys so they would fit. ERA had cut a little from the top of the Shoulder to allow it to fit through the hardened drill plate protecting the outside of the lock. As a result a copy key will only work when its shoulder is cut down.

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ERA had cut a little from the top of the Shoulder to allow it to fit through the hardened drill plate protecting the outside of the lock. As a result a copy key will only work when its shoulder is cut down.

 

This is also required when duplicating the BS1 profile for H/S padlock applications, The bottom shoulder need to be removed aswell

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