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Old September 8th, 2012, 12:32 AM
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So I could just go to a locksmith and request an X86? Awesome, thanks. I Only have one door key and I would hate to have to replace the tumblers if I lost it
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Old September 8th, 2012, 12:38 AM
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So I could just go to a locksmith and request an X86? Awesome, thanks. I Only have one door key and I would hate to have to replace the tumblers if I lost it
Yes, but why not have them cut it too?

It's always a good practice to try the newly cut key in all the locks & turn the key over & try it both ways before you leave their shop.
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Old September 8th, 2012, 12:52 AM
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Yes that would be the next step if they had the blank. Is that a common key? The guy that did my extra ignition keys didn't have the other one
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Yes that would be the next step if they had the blank. Is that a common key? The guy that did my extra ignition keys didn't have the other one
Yes, bigger shops, especially ones that are into automotive work, should have it. Many older Fiat's use this blank too. If a locksmith had to order the blank in, Ilco sells their blanks in bags of 10 or boxes of 50.
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Old September 8th, 2012, 01:55 AM
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Both are pretty standard keys. Ilco is a well known replacement and Oem brand. They key style was used across most British Leyland brands starting in the '70's
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Strongly considering ordering this for my '94...
believe these would work as well

http://www.ebay.com/itm/250895003822...84.m1423.l2649
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The military always seems to get the best. I don't know if "MOD" sets are readily available to public, would be great though.
They are the same as the civilian ones. No special parts to do with the locks. I've had no problem getting blanks at a GOOD locksmith.
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Just ordered these for the NAS. Compared it to mine, which one of the spares was a Silca LF10P...it says this Ilco LF17P is compatible with. We'll see.
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Just ordered these for the NAS. Compared it to mine, which one of the spares was a Silca LF10P...it says this Ilco LF17P is compatible with. We'll see.
Let us know how they work out, I would like to get some if its all good!
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you can get key made on 1st Ave between 1st and 2nd street.
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Got mine today...surprisingly quick shipping (went out 9/11, arrived today 9/18). Looks like a great match, will take to get it cut hopefully tomorrow.
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It was these ones...
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And....apparently the key is steel and nobody wants to cut it. Awesome.

Anyone know where to get a steel key cut???
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Did you try the place on Duke st. right at the Pickett intersection? They used to cut the keys for LRA and have cut several for me in the past. Now if only I could remember their name . . .
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I think that's Baldino's lock & key you're referring to. Didn't try that location, but did try the Baldino's in Lorton - no go.
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Wanted to thank everyone for the input. Found a guy locally (on Long Island) who had a few blanks and got it done for $10 all in.
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[QUOTE=nathanwind;375428]I think that's Baldino's lock & key you're referring to. Didn't try that location, but did try the Baldino's in Lorton - no go.[/QUOT

They have a blank that will work at Home Depot for ROW trucks.

Keysinthepost.com does a great job. For any of your other keys with numbers (fuel cap, door lock) they can just pull it up from the number and mail it to you. They will also cut defender keys from a photo.

------ Follow up post added September 25th, 2012 07:21 PM ------

I have also had luck with locksmiths in Manhattan.
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Are these what the OEM NAS keys look like? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Land-Rover-B...-/200842926148? My truck came with one aftermarket key so I am not sure what the originals should look like.
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Originals look like the keys in post #31 of this thread.
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Thanks -- do they say land rover on them? difficult to tell..
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