Another farmhouse job. I did one of these today. The customer wanted to keep the integrity of ‘this old house’ and bought this kit. All in all it wasn’t a direct drop in replace ment so I had to fill some holes and drill some new. The lock is solid but the screws could have been thicker and longer.


Another farmhouse job. I did one of these today. The customer wanted to keep the integrity of 'this old house' and bought this kit. All in all it wasn't a direct drop in replace ment so I had to fill some holes and drill some new. The lock is solid but the screws could have been thicker and longer. submitted by /u/jacobnbr1
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When a lock has a key with (direct code) 0 included, does this mean that there is no actual pin in that position? : Locksmith


Also, a 0 bitting means that technically, you could troll and cut the key pretty much any way whatsoever in that position, right?

Just trying to learn and understand. Thanks in advance for your explanations. I have already learned so much from this sub.



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Ordering Factory Schlage direct bitted code keys : Locksmith


There’s a vendor out in internet-land, that appears to sell Schlage factory keys with direct bitting code stamped on them, with the ability to order whichever (possible) code you’d like.

I’ve found them a number of times in the past, with the intent of bookmarking them, but today it escapes my searching abilities.

I believe the quoted prices were $4 per pair of any classic Schlage keyway.

Can anyone help?



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