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Old September 20th, 2009, 12:25 PM
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the price i quoted was for a set of 2 keys (and cutting) - my local bellevue LR dealer hand them in stock and cut them in house from the key code i supplied (i had the code tag)

really not bulky at all when combined with the tuffy split key ring and a couple of other keys
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I'm resurrecting this old thread because I need to make an extra ignition key and find a match for the door locks (don't have a door key). Does anyone have any different ideas?
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I tried that method... Didn't work. They STILL ripped my top open. The best part is they actually ripped right next to the zipper instead of just unzipping it. Idiots.

Dude they did the same shit to me and they fucked up the center console that was unlocked!!! Damn ASS BAGS!!
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I'm resurrecting this old thread because I need to make an extra ignition key and find a match for the door locks (don't have a door key). Does anyone have any different ideas?
You can re-key the doors to match your ignition key. Here's a great write up:
http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ad.php?t=20173

The anti-burst latch tumblers work the same way as the SW door latch tumblers, they just have fewer wafers to deal with and are a lot easier to access.

EDIT: oops, IIRC, you need the key to turn the ST tumbler to remove it...

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