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  1. #1
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    Default Eagle pancake lock key needed!

    I have an Eagle pancake lock that is missing the key. I was able to pick it open. The key number that I need is 27W8. Here is a pic of the style key I need. This one is the wrong number. Does anyone have one they will sell me or make a copy and sell me? Thanks in advance
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    Impala, I'm not aware of any key codes for the old push key padlocks, however, being as you have it open, it's very easy to measure the lever settings and transfer the measurements over to a key blank. I've made many keys for mine this way, and I usually cut the keys by hand with a jewelers saw or a flex shaft drill with a cutting disk. I follow this up with some precision filing.
    Mark A. Billesbach

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    I've heard that all the old Eagle Lock Co. codes were destroyed when they went bankrupt in 1975.

    Pete Schifferli

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