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Recently aquired a locking door handle for my 29 DB truck. I believe the lock was only on the passenger side.

I do not have the key, but the DB key code is stamped on the lock. Is it possible to get a key for this lock #. Or if not possible can a locksmith make a key that will work?

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If it's a Clum lock a blank will be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to find.

Clum keys frequently show up on ebay so you're totally out of luck.

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You got a great deal on that if it's the one from Ebay recently. I had no idea you needed that or I would have forwarded it to you...guess I've just been to busy lately.

 

If you do have one made make sure it's groove 3 and round head blank #42164 style for the door handle.

 

Ignition is groove 3 and hectagon head blank #52138 

(assuming you have a key coil starting with #'s between DB501-750) 

 

If your ignition is a clum key (which I believe it is from memory) disregard the blank #52138 style as that is only for a key coil with a BASCO prefix of DB501-750. Clums will not work in Briggs and Briggs will not work in Clums.

 

 

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Several years ago, I had keys made for the ignition of my 1930 DC 8 by a lock and key shop.  I took the coil with the switch in it to the shop and the next day I had two new keys that worked perfectly.  You might try calling around to locksmiths and see if there is one that can help. 

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My Dodge 8 has the same key for ignition and door lock. i took the door handle to a locksmith on Friday. The lock was stuck. He rang yesterday; it will be ready today with a new key. He removed the barrel from the handle because I thought it was stuck because of die-cast metal failure = expansion.

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