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Re: locksmith question

Posted by Jeffrey Rosen on March 05, 2009 at 15:57:58:

In Reply to: Re: locksmith question
posted by
letecia on February 28, 2009 at 08:47:32:

You need the services of a locksmith with more car experience. As kind as 25 dollar firm was, they ought to have been able to complete the job. Either on site or at their shop.

The lock should not need replacement. BUT, if some one already got the sledgehammer and drill out..... then the new lock should be re keyed to match the ORIGINAL key.

Be wary of phony locksmiths. The phone books, 411 and INTERNET have MOSTLY misleading scam ads.

Get a referral, or go to, which is a fairly new resource for findingg legitimate locksmiths.

If you are in Eastern Colorado, call my firm, City Lock

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