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Ignition Key Cutting

Anyone know of any shops that cut motorcycle keys that also have the blanks? The few hardware stores I went to don't have them. MCC doesn't have them and they said I'd probablly have to get the blank from Suzuki and then anyone can cut it. Any place you guys know might have the key blank in stock? Maybe a locksmith?

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There is a place by me that will cut any motorcycle key for under $5. I have been there several times as my used bikes often came with only one key. They specialize in every facet of locks and keys, including programing keys with microchips in them.

4350 W. Addison Street
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if you can get a blank i will cut it for you. you should be able to pick up a blank frm any dealer.
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MCC told me they doubt a dealer would stock the key blank. I'm gonna call around some more.

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I got an OEM Honda key from CC for $13, and had home depot cut it. Haven't tried it yet so not sure if it works lol. BTW, opening a can of paint with the key is a no no. Also, they had the Honda keys in stock, but that's because they rule.

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I went to the dealer and paid $ 8.00 for cutting it (they have blanks)
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I went to the dealer and paid $ 8.00 for cutting it (they have blanks)
$8 for the key AND cutting?

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No dice. They only stock Honda blanks

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if you can get a blank i will cut it for you. you should be able to pick up a blank frm any dealer.
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I think I have another place that will do it. Got to call them up.
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Ok there place is Andersons Lock the keys cost is $ 4.75. It by my place. They're open until 5pm today and noon tomorrow.

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27W215 North Avenue, West Chicago, IL 60185
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I've had keys made here before, not sure if they have Suzuki keys though. I think it was $7.
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I called someone and I think I'm good

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I went on ebay and bought a blank for $4. THe hardware store cut it for $1.50. Give that a shot.
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There's a locksmith on Roberts Rd, somewhere between 87th and 95th. I think it's at like 90th and Robert's rd. J&R Locksmith or something it's called. They've always had blanks for any bike key I've brought in there. They were even able to cut me a key for my FZR off of the worn out original key when Highlands couldn't do it.

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