Help me identify replacement key type

Discussion in 'Campsite Security & Safety' started by mpking, Jun 14, 2016.

  1. mpking

    mpking Active Member

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    So the key's are gone, so I need replacements.

    This is off a 1995 Jayco

    Here's a picture of the lock, what kind of key is this? All the RVKey replacement sites reference codes 301-351'

    The writing says A115:

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  2. Fuzzy Bear

    Fuzzy Bear Member

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    I have a feeling the lock may have been replaced at some time. I looked up A115 in my code books and don't find a likely match for yours. If you don't have any luck finding a code key take it to your local locksmith. It is a fairly simple lock (from looking at it seems to be a wafer tumbler lock) and a new key can be made by impression by a knowledgeable locksmith.
     
  3. mpking

    mpking Active Member

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    I zoomed the image, and played with the contrast to try and make the numbers "pop" more.

    Now I'm not sure if it's A115, or A145.
     
  4. Strikeouthhh

    Strikeouthhh Member

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    St. Paul
    I just did what fuzzy bear said - unscrewed it from the inside and took it to a locksmith- evidently no tumblers - the blank key worked!

    Granted with a pup it's more of nuisance lock than anything else, but still!


    PU - 1991 Viking SP175
    TV - 2010 VW TDi Sportswagon STICK
    "I drank What!?!" - Socrates.
     
  5. mpking

    mpking Active Member

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    Well,

    To my surprise, my coupler lock key fits and turns.. So I'm all set now.
     
  6. Strikeouthhh

    Strikeouthhh Member

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    St. Paul
    There you go.


    PU - 1991 Viking SP175
    TV - 2010 VW TDi Sportswagon STICK
    "I drank What!?!" - Socrates.
     

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