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Hello,

I hope that everyone is doing well.

I'm curious about the numbers stamped on everyone's door lock keys.

I have a door handle here with the number SK63 stamped into the keys.

What numbers do you folks have stamped on your keys?

The numbers *should* be stamped just under the HuF logo on the factory keys.

Thank you for your input.

-Sean Philyaw
 

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Hello,

I hope that everyone is doing well.

I'm curious about the numbers stamped on everyone's door lock keys.

I have a door handle here with the number SK63 stamped into the keys.

What numbers do you folks have stamped on your keys?

The numbers *should* be stamped just under the HuF logo on the factory keys.

Thank you for your input.

-Sean Philyaw
Oh, sure Sean, we give you our key code and in the middle of the night you come and drive them all away!!!!!!!!!!!



OK just kidding, one of my Doka's is SK 3 and the other is SK 102
So there must be at least 102 different locks out there.
 

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Sean, one of my doors has a replacement lock assembly - my keys are SK16 & SK67
 

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I have #16 and #35 which leads me to why I was searching the forum.

Von was kind enough to hook me up with a replacement door handle (cabrio style if it matters), which oddly had the same key that my existing one did, #35. Since I would love to have one set of keys for both doors, I would need to do a core swap. Does any one know where I could get control key for my cores to do a swap over? If you are not familiar with core swaps; a control key slips into the lock and when turned, disengages a tang on a suplimentary tumbler which holds the locking portion of lock in the whole assembly. For our door that means the whole thing that the key goes into. In commercial doors, just the guts with tumblers come out.

If there is such a control key, I'm sure all of us could get together and trade cores so we all have matching keys and locks on their cabs. Unless I'm the only one with a mismatch.
 

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If there is such a control key, I'm sure all of us could get together and trade cores so we all have matching keys and locks on their cabs. Unless I'm the only one with a mismatch.
No, I have mismatched doors too (16 & 67). This would be a pretty cool idea if such a key existed !
 

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That is interesting. It seems that 16 and 67 are common numbers. Who knows there may only be 10 variations or something. Hope more people respond to this. I'm out of town but will check when I get back.
 

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What model trucks are we talking about? There are no numbers under the 'Huf' on my U1300 keys. These are replacement tumblers but I looked at the old ones and there are no numbers on that original key either.

I have never had keys for my 406 doors.

Bob

Hello,

I hope that everyone is doing well.

I'm curious about the numbers stamped on everyone's door lock keys.

I have a door handle here with the number SK63 stamped into the keys.

What numbers do you folks have stamped on your keys?

The numbers *should* be stamped just under the HuF logo on the factory keys.

Thank you for your input.

-Sean Philyaw
 

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Good point on the door type. In my ignorance, I failed to mention that I have a 406 cabrio. Of note, there are letters in front of my numbers, so I need to correct myself (happens far to often for my mental health): I have SY16 and SY35.

So, to answer Seans question, we need to note the type and numbers.
 
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