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TR6SC

I live for the CABE
Looking for a silver king key for the frame lock. Anyone have these? Thanks,Keith

CABE search for the thread "Make a wafer lock key." I've made a few of these. Not that difficult. The blanks are available at most locksmiths. The other option is to eBay gumball machine keys. You'll find occasional lots for sale. The rest is hit or miss. There aren't too many different cuts. The key is asymmetrical, so make sure you are buying the correct type. PM me if you need more info. Mike
 

TR6SC

I live for the CABE
whats a valid part number for the key blanks? or were there different types used on silver king locks?

The Chicago lock company has a CG series of key codes. CG1, CG2, etc...
They look similar, but they aren't. Look closely at the key slot on the lock. Mine is asymmetrical.
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The correct key will be a match to the slot. Here is one that fits my lock and one that doesn't, notice the symmetry of the second key. There is also a key that is off center the other way. Unfortunately, different companies call the profiles by CG codes that don't jive with Chicago's. So CG1 might be the same as CG2. The point is, look for the correct profile in the CG series. These keys are all over eBay and are also at your local lock shop.
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maynyrd150

'Lil Knee Scuffer
The Chicago lock company has a CG series of key codes. CG1, CG2, etc...
They look similar, but they aren't. Look closely at the key slot on the lock. Mine is asymmetrical.
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The correct key will be a match to the slot. Here is one that fits my lock and one that doesn't, notice the symmetry of the second key. There is also a key that is off center the other way. Unfortunately, different companies call the profiles by CG codes that don't jive with Chicago's. So CG1 might be the same as CG2. The point is, look for the correct profile in the CG series. These keys are all over eBay and are also at your local lock shop.
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thanks for the tips. they are really helpful
 
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