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#1 FlavourExplosion

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Posted 10 June 2008 - 01:52 PM

Hey guys. I am so confused as to what the heck I am supposed to do with this key :confused:

In the light blue, ive circled points where I think I would have to file down.
However, on the flipside of the key, it would seem that parts of the key are already on the lowest setting (meaning that the circled areas are incorrect)

Can anyone guide me as to where the cuts should be made? Thank you.

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#2 FlavourExplosion

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Posted 11 June 2008 - 04:47 PM

Is nobody responding because im supposed to noe this? :frown:

#3 theopratr

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Posted 03 July 2008 - 11:28 AM

Nobody is responding because you didn't post a complete picture of the key indicating whether or not the key is even for a pin-tumbler lock. Posts that lack the bow of the key are commonly people who are trying to pop open dorm or apartment doors.

Secondly, a brief explanation of how to make a bump key from an existing key can be found in the forums, and in more detail in the eBook that they're selling.

Personally, it looks like a key to a wafer lock. However, a complete picture of the key and a description of what it's used for could help get you started.