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    Default Kromer Convar keys

    Yes it is a pair of pre cut Kromer Convar removable bit keys that I need. Thanks Doug

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    Did you get sorted? I would suggest Mark Bates Associates to try first.

    UELS in England will be able to get them for you Welcome to United Electronic Locks Services Limited these locks are now made under the Mauer label owned by Kaba.

    There are a couple of different Convar locks but I think the keys will work both, best to check though. Does yours have antipressure device?

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    This is the lock and key type. Looking for a pair of keys. Thanks Doug
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    Looks like the basic Convar F to me but willing to be corrected. No anti pressure device.
    Current production Kaba Mauer 70094

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    Thanks Alan, I will check out UELS MBA couldn't help and I really don't want to make them from scratch if I don't have to. Doug

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    Default This Double bitted lock

    Hello Alan Is this a Changeable key lock? Like the one that Tann produced some many years ago I have never seen one of these Kromer ones but the Tann one was only single bit type. or is my memory going !!!

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    The operation is similar to the Ratner key changeable lock. Not sure if there are pictures on here if you search

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    or Chatwood 1899
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    Trust you to bring Chatwood into it

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    So, Alan, who had the earliest version of this?

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