Automotive Locksmithing

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  • Auto Lockout Tool Overview

    No longer will one tool fit almost all. Rigid lock pawls, protected linkage rods, armored cables and side-impact airbags mounted into the door cavity have complicated the tools and techniques required for the “simple car opening.”

    Article • May 1st, 2005

  • Q&A: Industry Icon Harry Stratton

    Special Report

    Article • December 15th, 2004


    Lockcraft's new tool line helps locksmiths more than ever.

    Article • November 15th, 2004

  • Finding Profits in Replacement Keyless Remotes

    Replacement rate and cost of keyless remotes is higher than duplicating keys.

    Article • November 15th, 2004

  • Pioneers of the Past

    These people influenced the direction and success of the lock and locksmithing industry in the years since 1939

    Article • November 15th, 2004

  • Focus Feat

    A Florida locksmith developed an affordable approach to opening a Ford Focus trunk.

    Article • November 15th, 2004


    The 1939 locksmith's tool box included far more than a file, chisel, hammer and screwdriver.

    Article • November 15th, 2004

  • BIANCHI 303 Key Machine: Put To The Test

    Pontiac advertising at one time coined the expression "wide track" to emphasize their stronger, smoother ride qualities. The same can be said for the new Bianchi 303 key cutting machine. It is definitely a sturdy machine plus it is smooth and easy to...

    Article • June 15th, 2004

  • Codemaker, New Use For Framon Sidewinder

    Sidewinder keys first made their appearance in approximately 1980 on some Mercedes models. BMW joined the sidewinder bandwagon in 1988. Volvo, Saab, Infiniti, Lexus, VW, Audi and Mazda eventually had their own versions of the sidewinder. In the era...

    Article • May 15th, 2004

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