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You can put a large variety of keyways in them including Medeco with a KIK cylinder, a bible cover and the right tailpiece from an Abus kit.
On another note, I sell those and the LSDA padlocks all the time to people to use because of the convenience of using the same key for the padlock as you do for the front door. I went to a scrapyard 45 miles from here to install new locks on all the doors. I just happened to hear them discussing what kind of padlocks to get. I sold them 12 new LSDA and Abus padlocks because I could key them to the rest of the yard. It's amazing what you can sell in the name of convenience.
mdchurchill wrote:I would be really surprised if that is actually a serrated keypin. Any chance they would allow you to swap locks even if just temporarily so you can pick it and gut it on camera?
I actually found a spool pin in a quickset not too long ago. First spool pin (and only) i have that i have gotten from a lock and not homemade. The lock came from someone who changed the lock on their front door. And as for borrowing it, I don't think so but i'll ask. I don't thing they have any other lock to put on the cabinet while i'm trying to pick the abus.
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Farmerfreak wrote:Not high security, but the spools in those can be a trickier than most.
He's right for sure. Theres something about ABUS spools that like to fool you. They'll lift and set and then drop back down over and over until you get the binding right. Makes for lots of fun.
The code is hidden in the tumblers. One position opens the lock, another position opens one of these doors...
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