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Guest JDBKeys

I know i kinda asked this about mortice too but for a totally different reason.

 

I wanted to look into maybe stocking cylinder blanks as well as my mortice and i was wondering which i should go for? I dont want to buy something no ones ever going to ask for LOL

 

Anyone have any advice please? Thanx guys

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Guest JDBKeys
Along with the mortice keys we stock .. (not included in this total)

 

We stock around 2500 - 3000 " different " Cylinder key ranges .

 

:shock: Hope this helps :shock:

 

Not really but thanx for the info anyway, i kinda guessed that from your site :wink: LOL

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Guest quickeys

You can buy full boards with the most common cylinder blanks, but to narrow this down even further will obvously depend on the locks fitted in the area you operate from. i would suggest getting a pre filled board with the most popular and going from there. KEYOSK do a starter cylinder board.

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I started doing keys about 2 years ago. I got 3 cylinder boards with 4 keys on each from one of the major key suppliers. Yes there are keys on the boards which are just collecting dust, but I steadily built up the remainder and have half filled another board. You can buy plain boards and start building them up, but as quickeys said, it depends on what locks are used in your area. I service a housing agency and find that I sell more ML1 than 1A.

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as said, it depends a lot on what area you work in, we are surrounded by other shops, offices & nearby schools.

 

We probably cut as many locker keys as we do yale 1A's. And a lot of security which other people may not see very often..

 

How far do you want to narrow it down JDB? :?:

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Thanx very much for the info! I have asked my local cobbler and hes been very helpful so i think i can norrow down whats popular for my immediate area from that. The 1A's seem very popular most places i guess and i have 4 other cylinders to look at.

 

Thanx for the board pic John, very helpful ill have another look at your site etc now. Im like a 5 year old my brain only works with pictures LOL :wink: :lol:

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Ok - I hope this works - this should be a link to a PDF for the same keyboard - but to show the key refs as well ...

 

PLEASE NOTE - if the link will not open - Save it 1st then open it - it will work fine ....

 

http://skskeys.co.uk/download_pdf/?i=1&id=1088

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