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WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 1:41 am

WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

Looking to trade for a American 700 series with key. The key to this is marked Wilson Bohannan , but the lock feels like a Corbin to me.
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 2:02 am

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

Nade by the Wilson Bohannon Lock Company. This one was for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. you wont find many WB locks except for companies that buy a lot in bulk.
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 2:13 am

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

jimu57 wrote:Nade by the Wilson Bohannon Lock Company. This one was for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. you wont find many WB locks except for companies that buy a lot in bulk.

Wonder why it's not marked wb or Hercules? Even has a Corbin CO2 keyway.
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 2:38 am

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

That is a CCL padlock, not a WB. The engraving height is more towards the center on the CCLs, and the CCLs have a protruding plug face. It should be a Corbin 99-5Pin-10 key blank. I am not sure what company first used that keyway.
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 2:51 am

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

innerpicked wrote:That is a CCL padlock, not a WB. The engraving height is more towards the center on the CCLs, and the CCLs have a protruding plug face. It should be a Corbin 99-6Pin-10 key blank. I am not sure what company first used that keyway.


Thanks for the info. All I've seen myself is this style and it really matches my other CCL'S, but the key stamped had me wondering.
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 4:28 pm

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

I am interested. I'll send pics of a couple 700 series locks I have and let you choose which one you'd like!
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 5:29 pm

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

jeffmoss26 wrote:I am interested. I'll send pics of a couple 700 series locks I have and let you choose which one you'd like!

please do
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 6:19 pm

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

Farmall, you need to figure out who you are trading with and/or post in the thread that you are already talking/dealing wit someone because if im going to go home and dig up the lock we discussed to find out you already traded with Jeff and visa versa, that wouldnt be too cool.
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 6:54 pm

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

Papa Gleb wrote:Farmall, you need to figure out who you are trading with and/or post in the thread that you are already talking/dealing wit someone because if im going to go home and dig up the lock we discussed to find out you already traded with Jeff and visa versa, that wouldnt be too cool.

I have 2 locks. Available
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Post Mon Oct 05, 2015 7:07 pm

Re: WTT PG&E Padlock for an American 700

lol. my bad :axeem: but still good to know. Ill get you some pics tonight but send me your email as I dont know how to attach pics to PM.

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