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UK lock type: L&F 2802, Willenhall CT12, Ratner etc.

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Post Sun May 27, 2018 11:08 am

Re: UK lock type: L&F 2802, Willenhall CT12, Ratner etc.

In my experience the previous method is faultless, I'll be sticking with that but nice sales pitch. I have a pick for these that's also indexed but the high and low tool never fails although the 'flick' in the video to open it isn't the correct technique in my experience.

Martin, that's what I was trying to say, in responce to your question of why would some have all the bellies the same i answered it is to thwart belly reading.

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Post Sun May 27, 2018 11:36 am

Re: UK lock type: L&F 2802, Willenhall CT12, Ratner etc.

Sorry, Visitor, then I misunderstood you. And it is not only the belly reading which is the problem. E.g. the STUV 4.19.92 ( http://wiki.koksa.org/STUV_VdS1 ). It has two different belly types. So instead of 6 possible positions per lever there are only 3 which obviously reduces the search space even when the belly form is ignored.
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Post Sun May 27, 2018 11:39 am

Re: UK lock type: L&F 2802, Willenhall CT12, Ratner etc.

huxleypig wrote:It is a most exemplary tool and is universal to all this type of lock. One day every locksmith will have one...one day...

Where is your online shop? :smile:
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Post Mon May 28, 2018 5:07 am

Re: UK lock type: L&F 2802, Willenhall CT12, Ratner etc.

It's ok, I don't always explain things properly.
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