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Anyone with Codesource have time to give me a hand?

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malfunctionjunction

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Post Tue Sep 26, 2017 12:44 am

Anyone with Codesource have time to give me a hand?

I have Instacode, but I'm not coming up with anything, and I didn't see anything that looked relevant in the blackhawk demo. Friend of mine has a DeWalt tool box with a tubular lock on it and he's misplaced his keys while moving. The code is T01. There's a guy selling them on fleabay for $25 each, so I'm guessing the codes are out there somewhere, unless he did a bunch of leg work or ordered spares from the manufacturer. As much as I'd like to help my friend out, I'm also really curious if this might be an example of why Codesource costs as much as ~5 years of Instacode. None of the Instacode/Blackhawk results appeared to be tubular keys.
Thanks!
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jharveee

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Post Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:07 am

Re: Anyone with Codesource have time to give me a hand?

my code source lite didn't have any tubular key bittings for that code.
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malfunctionjunction

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Post Wed Sep 27, 2017 10:44 pm

Re: Anyone with Codesource have time to give me a hand?

That's unfortunate, I was going to use this as the justification I needed to spring for Codesource. Thanks for trying everyone!

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