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#1 exidez

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 02:27 AM

i have seen other threads and there are just so many answers that i have to ask this exact question...

will a key from the Bump Key Package offered at bumpkey.us work on Australia Locks? eg Lockwood?

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 08:13 PM

http://www.bumpkeyfo...p?searchid=4426

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No, wait...that can't be right...lockwood is the physiological response in the male of the human species that occurs when a lock is bumped for the first time.
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Posted 20 June 2007 - 11:36 PM

BLK,

'Lockwood'? Hrmmmm this sounds like something else I've heard of. :biggrin:

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Posted 21 June 2007 - 12:15 AM

No, wait...that can't be right...lockwood is the physiological response in the male of the human species that occurs when a lock is bumped for the first time.


:biggrin: That is pretty darn funny.

On a serious note, no the keys offered here will not work in the Aussie lockwood locks in most cases. I suppose some of the lockwood hardware could be retrofitted with schlage or the likes but in most cases no they [the keys] will not work.

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Posted 21 June 2007 - 07:54 AM

http://www.bumpkeyfo...hlight=lockwood

This is probably the best post for Lockwood keys. I think the C4 is the most common Lk key in AU.
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#6 exidez

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Posted 22 June 2007 - 02:26 AM

Thanks for the info guys

i pm'ed lockman a while ago but he doesnt seem to be alive these days...
be good if there was a bumpkey package for aust
Anyone from aust want to sell some bumpkeys ;)

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Posted 22 June 2007 - 08:16 PM

We've got L1 keys here, in stock, we just don't have the key card codes to cut them. I suppose we could use a generic metric card... It was just our impression there wasn't a very big demand for them. Perhaps we need to re-evaluate that....

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 01:44 PM

Thanks for the info guys

i pm'ed lockman a while ago but he doesnt seem to be alive these days...
be good if there was a bumpkey package for aust
Anyone from aust want to sell some bumpkeys ;)


Here is the space and depth info you need to get to work on your key.

Spaces:
# of spaces - 5
Cuts start at - .277"
Spacing Incriment - .156"

1 = .277"
2 = .433"
3 = .589"
4 = .745"
5 = .901"

Depths:
Incriment - .018"
0 = .320"
1 = .302"
2 = .284"
3 = .266"
4 = .248"
5 = .230"
6 = .212"
7 = .194"
8 = .176"
9 = .158"

The L1 blank posted by slickj is the Ilco EZ number. The std ilco number will be 1004. I can break down further blanks if needed. What is the common blank brand found in Austrailia? If you can tell me the most commonly used brand I can likely cross reference from the Ilco to whatever you need.

Slick, this will also give you inch incriments to use your universal micrometer cards with.

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Posted 12 May 2008 - 04:31 AM

Here is the space and depth info you need to get to work on your key.

Spaces:
# of spaces - 5
Cuts start at - .277"
Spacing Incriment - .156"

1 = .277"
2 = .433"
3 = .589"
4 = .745"
5 = .901"

Depths:
Incriment - .018"
0 = .320"
1 = .302"
2 = .284"
3 = .266"
4 = .248"
5 = .230"
6 = .212"
7 = .194"
8 = .176"
9 = .158"

The L1 blank posted by slickj is the Ilco EZ number. The std ilco number will be 1004. I can break down further blanks if needed. What is the common blank brand found in Austrailia? If you can tell me the most commonly used brand I can likely cross reference from the Ilco to whatever you need.

Slick, this will also give you inch incriments to use your universal micrometer cards with.


I v been trying to find pre-fab bumpkeys for common aussie locks and was talking to a re tired he locksmith, who recommended.

Lockwood bumpkeys.

For most common 5 pin cylinders & padlocks use (to name a few)following blanks:

Silca - LW4
EzyCut - C4
Ilco - 4
Mr Minute - 3
Errebi - LD4

For 6 pin

Silca - LW5
EzyCut - C4B
Ilco - LK1
Mr Minute - 228
Errebi - LD5

hope this helps