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Old 12-17-2014, 08:38 PM   #15
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Old 03-06-2015, 03:13 PM   #16
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More Keys

Thanks for identifying the golf cart key. I found 7 copies of the door key lower lock (only 2 keys for the dead bolt).

I'm down to three oddball types. I have 5 copies of a key marked A272. Googling that identified a Master padlock; I'm suspecting that this may have secured the tow bar. I have 2 copies marked Hurd Lock. Apparently these can be really secure keys, although the material they are made out of feels like pot metal. One key is marked CH510, and Google gets me to tool box keys. Anyone know of any "hidden" locks that could trip me up if I discard these?

I may "pretend" to throw them away by putting them somewhere they aren't readily available, at least for a year or two, if no one knows what they are for.

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