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Old 06-19-2017, 05:55 PM   #1
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Who can make a new coach door key?

I've tried WalMart and Lowes - neither place has the blanks to make a new door key for the coach (2016 Coachmen 24G). Does anyone know of a place that does have the key blanks?
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You may need to find a righteous Lock Smith or, find the manufacturer and give them a call. I'm sure they'll sell you a key. In addition, many RV/Trailer Supply shops either cut keys or know where you can have one made.
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Read the number on the key and search for it on e-bay or google.

Worked for me.
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Try Carl Jarl or a lock smith like that, I just had mine made there, I also took my co-worker with me who had some made for his as well.
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Old 06-19-2017, 06:51 PM   #5
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Read the number on the key and search for it on e-bay or google.

Worked for me.
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Old 06-20-2017, 08:32 AM   #6
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Thanks for the suggestions - gives me a few more options.
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I bought my Winnebago key blanks on Amazon and they are official Winnebago products. Finding someone to cut the keys was a whole different problem - modern equipment doesn't work. You will have to find an old fashioned hardware store or locksmith to manually cut the keys.

I would contact Coachman and get a pointer as to who made the locks and what the key type is.
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local hardware store did mine in south Texas during the winter.... guess it depends on what kind of machine or the local demand, lots of RV's down there
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Brown's Locksmith in Kamloops.

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Local locksmith did mine 2 for $5. I was surprised he had the blanks in stock.
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Locks/Keys

I have Bauer keys and ordered by key number.
They may have other brands.
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Probably Trimark locks. Ebay is where I found mine. Trimark is a little difficult to figure out.

You have original keys with the tiny numbers stamped on the shank? That is what you go by.

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Probably Trimark locks. Ebay is where I found mine. Trimark is a little difficult to figure out.

You have original keys with the tiny numbers stamped on the shank? That is what you go by.

Charles
That is what I did. I found the number on the only key they gave me and did a Google search. The key pattern matched a Trimark blank and I was able to buy two off E-Bay already cut based on the number on the key. I also found those tiny keys for the compartment locks.
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