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On 9/12/2019 at 2:14 PM, lock&quay said:

I've been advising the customer to change the cylinder especially if they never wanted a restricted lock in the first place & that's worked well for me ..

This is not a restricted lock but recommended that genuine blanks are used, I always advise customer that when fitting and they do not need to come back to me for keys as there are others in the area who cut them as well. I have to ask if you change the lock for a diamond rated cylinder or do you not tell customer your putting a lower standard lock on?

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18 hours ago, grey duster said:

This is not a restricted lock but recommended that genuine blanks are used, I always advise customer that when fitting and they do not need to come back to me for keys as there are others in the area who cut them as well. I have to ask if you change the lock for a diamond rated cylinder or do you not tell customer your putting a lower standard lock on?

I advise the customer that I will supply what ever their insurance company require .

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We  cut and supply original Ultion keys to code never had an issue yet with the cylinders either just ordered in the new WXM and blanks.

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