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Wed Mar 10 16:54:02 MST 2010
What I did on both my Spitfires is remove the barrel and re-key them to
match the ignition key. It is really easy to do if you have a number of
such barrels. Just disassemble them and find the inserts that match the
ignition key profile.
From: triumphs-bounces at autox.team.net
[mailto:triumphs-bounces at autox.team.net] On Behalf Of Ed Woods
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 3:51 PM
To: triumph list
Subject: [TR] keys
Well, thanks a great deal to this list, the TR250 is on track for its trip
to Sebring next week. It's first trip down the highway in 15 years last
weekend was a great success with only a fuel pump leak and a non working
overdrive as problems. A new fuel pump from TRF and a solenoid adjustment
have solved those issues.
One small item that I'd like to have is a key for the boot lid. Is there
some kind of identification somewhere on the lock that would allow me to
order a key or is a locksmith the only solution? If the lock has some kind
of i.d., where is it and how do I get to it? Ditto the glove box.
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