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    Where to get spare keys cut?

    Hi all,

    I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction for getting spare keys cut

    Surprise surprise my 1982 Honda CB only had one key when I got it! It appears to be a simple cut, so I figure it wouldnt be too tough getting a duplicate made.

    Suggestions for Auckland based locksmiths or key-cutters etc who can get this done?


    Thanks in advance everyone!

    J

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    If you haven't got a specialist locksmith in your area, try Mitre10. The nearest one to us does key-cutting and holds a decent range of blanks.

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    Try Armstrong Locksmiths , they have branches all around the city and NZ .

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    Yeah, a good locksmith should be able to source either new keys, if you have the key number, or cut one from an appropriate blank.

    No doubt the key is pretty worn so don't be surprised if freshly cut keys are PITA.

    I had to get keys for my 93 CRM.. Saga ensued. The key code is on the ignition barrel, which I had to remove. Two bolts, easy. Until I munted the soft alloy heads not realising they were loctited in.

    If you have to go down this route heat is your friend.
    Manopausal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmpl View Post
    Hi all,

    I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction for getting spare keys cut

    Surprise surprise my 1982 Honda CB only had one key when I got it! It appears to be a simple cut, so I figure it wouldnt be too tough getting a duplicate made.

    Suggestions for Auckland based locksmiths or key-cutters etc who can get this done?


    Thanks in advance everyone!

    J
    what did your honda dealer say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    what did your honda dealer say?
    That's too obvious

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