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Making S&G Environmental Lock Keys

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PhoneMan

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Post Sun Aug 25, 2013 7:55 pm

Re: Making S&G Environmental Lock Keys

Oh that is freaking cool man! now you need a lock for each key!
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Post Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:35 am

Re: Making S&G Environmental Lock Keys

Any chance of you helping out with that recommendation? I only have a 105 (thanks!) and a 107.

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Post Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:47 am

Re: Making S&G Environmental Lock Keys

GWiens2001 wrote:Here are the key numbers for which I know the cuts.

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You are missing 108.

108 is a CBA or 90-45-0 or opposite of a 112.

I can't believe I missed this thread until tonight!!! :hammering:
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Post Thu Apr 10, 2014 3:08 pm

Re: Making S&G Environmental Lock Keys

118 seems to be the same as 109.

EDIT:

Nope, upon closer inspection it doesn't seem to be the same. I'm going by pics someone sent me.

118 front.JPG


118.

118 detail.jpg


118.

118 detail b.jpg


118.

109 and 118 compared.JPG


Last pic: 109 on bottom, 118 on top. You can see though that it also doesn't look like a 106 (0, 90, 0).

From this last pic, it appears that the 118 violates the 0 or 45 or 90 rule, or at least it looks that way to me. Looks like maybe a 22.5 cut??? Anyone got any other comments or analysis?

I haven't seen or held a real one; I'm just going by these pics...
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