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macgng

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Post Wed Mar 11, 2015 11:11 pm

Requests for Lock Codes

Just got a subscription to LockCodes.com and I wanna test it out.

Post your requests for lock codes and blind codes ... hopefully I can get it for you.

Just need the code and manufacturer and/or type of lock.

Just donate to the site if it works, Thanks!

Shout out to everyone that has helped me with lock codes before, just trying to pay it back :D
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Post Wed Mar 11, 2015 11:35 pm

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Here we go - ronis CC - series CC0001 TO 2000 required & west alloy - MC series 40 to 80 not union - gives these a go many more to come :salute:

west alloy MW -series complete from mw 1 to 279 Henderson R-series complete R8 TO R254 More to follow :smile: given up yet ! lol
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 12:03 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Sorry ringo, looks like its only USA locks :( ... here's the series that it comes up with.

CC0001:
Candex desk lock
Cyber lock

MC40:
Aurora/Riviera ign. 1995-99 Century/Regal ign. 1997-2005
Aurora/Riviera secondary 1995-99 Buick Century/Regal secondary 1997-2005
Cadillac Escalade 1999
Chevy Venture Olds Silhouette Pontiac Transport 1999
Corvette 1997-99
General Motors J- and N-cars 1995-99 except Malibu/Cutlass 1997
General Motors J-cars 1995 and N-cars 1994-95
General Motors vans/pickups/trucks 1996-98 and Chevy/GMC vans 1995
General Motors vans/pickups/trucks 1999
Isuzu Hombre 1997-98
Isuzu Hombre 1999
McKinney padlock (B+S)
Miami Carey mailbox (National 5 pin)
Olds Cutlass and Chevy Malibu 1997-99 Olds Alero 1999
Olds Intrigue 1998-99
Pontiac Grand Prix 1997-99
Yale 4 pin

nothing for MW

R8:
Cabinet locks and Triumph motorcycle
Cabinets and desks (Yale 4 pin)
Croyden (Pundra)
Desks (Haworth 5 wafer)
Desks (Yale 4 pin)
Diebold (National 5 pin)
2nd Diebold (National 5 pin)
Honda motorcycle 1998+
Hyundai Accent 1995-99
National 5 pin
Renault glove box
Saturn 1991-97
Tri/Mark (Hurd/Yale 5 wafer)
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 12:13 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Thanks for trying Sir :salute: - worth a shot buddy there is many codes missing or incomplete on instacode and genericode too

Chap asked for the old split bay - screen vw type 2 1964 to 1966 T - SERIES had the codes - but not the damn keys

Does it have this code series - worth checking as the keys look like they can only be sourced in the usA - bought the last wi2 keys in Europe ! lol

Downside chap - did not come back in
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 12:36 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

10ringo10 wrote:Thanks for trying Sir :salute: - worth a shot buddy there is many codes missing or incomplete on instacode and genericode too



yeah man. i've been trying to get codes for these yale railroad locks, so i finally decided to subscribe. my code source is from 1996 so it's missing a lot of stuff but this lockcodes.com site has a lot of stuff it was missing.

too bad Reed isn't still around or we would have more padlock and combo codes ;) :P
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 12:59 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Don't know why this is - its as if the manufactures did not want there codes known -

finding the keys as mentioned above can be very hard - if not impossible even silca stop making the blanks if there is no money in it -

a world with out keys and codes !

why have they stopped stamping codes on locks also - reason security and to piss locksmiths off in the future lol
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 1:51 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

10ringo10 wrote:why have they stopped stamping codes on locks also - reason security and to piss locksmiths off in the future lol


Just to be blunt.

If a "locksmith" is pissed that a lock doesn't have a code on it. Then that "locksmith" is NOT a locksmith!!

Why? Because locksmiths do not need nor want codes. Codesmiths do..
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 2:06 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Totally disagree with you on that - try cutting a bmw key at 4 am in the morning - keys lost without codes

all modern day cars come with a code card -it is part and parcel of the modern day locksmith -to know the lock and codes

to be blunt lol
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 2:15 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Need to do eeprom work as well for the BMW. I'm not sure why it would be difficult without a code as I have never had a BMW code to work with.

Do you really want me to call you a codesmith? It's like your asking for it.
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 2:32 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Please note all modern day locksmiths require codes ie : depths - spaces and knowledge of the lock to make a key - this is my professional opinion

we agree to disagree on this topic - FF
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 2:37 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Wait, wait, wait.

Space/depth info is NOT the same thing as a key code.

Yes we need to know the space/depth info. Or be able to figure it out when running into a new lock for the first time.

We DO NOT need key bitting info from a key code.
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 6:57 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Farmerfreak wrote:If a "locksmith" is pissed that a lock doesn't have a code on it. Then that "locksmith" is NOT a locksmith!!

Why? Because locksmiths do not need nor want codes. Codesmiths do..


Agree with the first part about not needing them. Disagree about not wanting them.

If I had the option of replacing a broken GM6 key where the blade has been lost, but the key still had the knockout plate intact. I would rather cut the key from code using the knockout plate rather than have to do a column tear down. Doing the column tear down takes more time and increases my liability especially with the tilt telescoping columns where the nylon part crumbles at the slightest touch. If the part breaks I either have to charge the customer more to replace it (depending on the type of customer can introduce a whole new world of unwanted problems) or I have to eat the cost of the part.
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 8:33 am

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

Farmerfreak wrote:
10ringo10 wrote:why have they stopped stamping codes on locks also - reason security and to piss locksmiths off in the future lol


Just to be blunt.

If a "locksmith" is pissed that a lock doesn't have a code on it. Then that "locksmith" is NOT a locksmith!!

Why? Because locksmiths do not need nor want codes. Codesmiths do..


Farmerfreak wrote:Need to do eeprom work as well for the BMW. I'm not sure why it would be difficult without a code as I have never had a BMW code to work with.

Do you really want me to call you a codesmith? It's like your asking for it.


Farmerfreak wrote:Wait, wait, wait.

Space/depth info is NOT the same thing as a key code.

Yes we need to know the space/depth info. Or be able to figure it out when running into a new lock for the first time.

We DO NOT need key bitting info from a key code.


:hbg: :hbg: :hbg:

Hell yeah!!!!!!
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 1:54 pm

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

USABumpKeys wrote:
Farmerfreak wrote:If a "locksmith" is pissed that a lock doesn't have a code on it. Then that "locksmith" is NOT a locksmith!!

Why? Because locksmiths do not need nor want codes. Codesmiths do..


Agree with the first part about not needing them. Disagree about not wanting them.


In the shop where I learned about locksmithing, they didn't have a code machine, space and depth keys, or a micrometer.

I introduced them to lockcodes.com. They thought it was the cat's pajamas and started referring to it all the time. They ignored all the space and depth information on the right and just looked at the cut sequence, using a round file to cut the keys by hand.
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Post Thu Mar 12, 2015 5:45 pm

Re: Requests for Lock Codes

This kinda went off topic!

Anyway how about the 4 pin Sargent on my steering wheel lock?
left side of key way L2 right side 44

my Master combo bicycle lock B36281

The 2 eagle mailbox locks from Mcgng N93px 203 & 257
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