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Date Posted: - Tuesday - 01/27/09 - 2:04pm
Author: Mark, AeolusM31
Subject: Hori Locks
In reply to: Brian Sweeney 's message, "Cabin Keys" on - Tuesday - 01/27/09 - 11:32am

Brian, do a search on this site for "keys". I to have the Hori lock so don't know if this will help or not but some 20yrs ago I had a local locksmith make me a spare key. The blank says its from the "Independent Lock Co." out of Fichville Mass. blank #888.
Mark

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[> [> Ilco 52B -- Chris Hope, - Wednesday - 01/28/09 - 8:04pm

Long time lurker .. I own a mariner 36, hull #3.
I have 2 keys I acquired from the previous owner. Solid brass marked Ilco 52B. They are still in the Ilco inventory. go here: http://www.kaba-ilco.com/key_systems/literature/literature_grid_key_blanks.aspx?id=55
and download the "bit and Barrel" pdf catalogue. search for 52b. looks just like what I have, though the previous owner pierced and filed a pretty cool skull into the grip of one of mine. :-)
Presumably a local locksmith should be able to order it?? though I havn't tried.


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[> [> [> Key Found -- GiGi Adams, - Thursday - 03/12/09 - 9:49am

Don and I were at the local True Value hardware store and they had a replacement key that fit our 1979 Mariner 40. The cost -- $3.99!


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