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  1. #21
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    Thanks Nathan for taking the extra time.
    Looking at the keyway under magnification it looks more like 1013c.
    The 1014 is 8.36mm wide and the keyway in my lock is ~7.3mm.
    The key that I showed in my OP fits the top part of the keyway in the lock with the rectangular piece but does not reach the bottom of the keyway. It does fit the smaller lock.

    Also as I asked in my OP can you tell me what the purpose is of the rectangular piece in the plug?

  2. #22
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    will send the c tomorrow and i do not recall a cylinder like that,almost like some one broched it for a house cylinder,don't really know.

  3. #23
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    could not PM this blank picture will post it here,the top one might work
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  4. #24
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    ok ,young man ,i mailed a couple to you this morning. good luck

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanbonstein View Post
    ok ,young man ,i mailed a couple to you this morning. good luck

    I like the "young man" reference.
    I received the keys this morning. Thanks again.
    The 1013C fits keyway on the larger Eagle lock.
    The other key fits another Eagle lock that I own and didn't have a key for. photo from eBay

    As for my question "Also as I asked in my OP can you tell me what the purpose is of the rectangular piece in the plug?"
    I found the following patent (983637 see attachment) that I am trying to understand which I hope gives me the answer.
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    Sorry I meant to say that the 1014 key fits another Eagle lock that I own and didn't have a key for. photo from eBay.
    I don't have another lock that the other key you sent fits
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  7. #27
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    the other key is a 11625b or 11625bs ,ilco 1014dx,ea13. the 1013c will fit this padlock and probably others, if you try to impression a blank ,try the 1014dx first,i will send you more of them if you need them. the 1013c ,only have one left enjoy

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