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Copying 9 or 10 pin tubular keys with the Zephyr


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The problem I am finding is that the standard cutter of the Zephyr is too wide for 10-pin keys. 

And the 10-pin cutter for the Triax is very expensive. 

My question is: Is there a risk for the Triax 10-pin cutter, if I were to simply stick it into the Zephyr?

At the bottom lies an issue with a tubular 9-pin Fiamma key. I decoded it mistakenly as a 10-pin and now I want to offer to copy the client's key - if he can send it to me.

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