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#1 Vincentaran

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 09:00 AM

Ok, I have the 11 Bumpkey set.

I've not ran across a lock yet that challenges me, but I just found one.

I'm trying to bpass a Defiance lock deadbolt ( door knob, key'd same). This is a house hold lock, a little bit older.

What key should this use? I went to Home Depot and got some keys already made for Defiance, and they are "type 66" keys.

What set has this key in it? If anyone knows? or will one of my keys work?

The Defiance locks are 5 pin locks, so if I have to I can just make a bump key. I just am very poor at filing them, and they look bad. I'd rather buy one thats machine ground, if I could.

Any imput would be apprechiated :)

If Need be I can get a picture of said lock in question.

#2 TSAXX

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 04:32 PM

yeah try filling your own for that keyway, and use only ILCO brand blanks and copies, them seem to be the best for bumping.

#3 Vincentaran

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 06:00 PM

Anyone else have imput? maybe had to bump this type of lock before?

#4 theopratr

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 07:03 PM

It is strange that you are trying to "b[y]pass" the most common keyway in America, utilized in one of the cheapest brands of lock, and it's giving you problems... and you don't have access to it for long enough to simply try putting one of your existing keys in it. Think carefully if you even mildly value your continued freedom.

Axxess reference 66 is a KW1, the most common keyway in America by a large margin.