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Can Everest D keys be 1 bitted?
These keys can be ordered and cut as 1 bitted....
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What is an SC keyway?
ILCO is a manufacturer that uses SC as a designation to represent Schlage keys.  ILCO is not affiliated with Schlage so a key with an SC designation was never manufactured by Schlage. The following...
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What is the part number for a full size interchangeable core control key?
Choose the appropriate full size control key from the selection below. Classic Conventional Key Blanks and Cut Keys Part Number Description Key Blanks 35-056 Control Standard ...
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What is the difference between C and E keyway?
The profile or shape of the key is different.  This would apply to all key sections with differing names such as F, CE, etc....
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What is the part number for an Everest key blank?
Part numbers listed below: ...
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What does XQ06-878 stand for?
The XQ06-878 is used to stamp "DO NOT DUPLICATE" on a key....
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Can key blanks be ordered as each or do they have to be in boxes of 50?
Most key blanks have to be ordered in multiples of 50. Exceptions listed below: Classic and Primus Large Bows Classic and Primus Access Bows All Control Keys All Emergency Keys Primus Locko...
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Does Schlage offer restricted SFIC keyways?
Schlage Everest B keyways are restricted SFIC keyways....
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What sections are available in Everest C?
The chart below outlines the hierarchy of the Everest C sections.  The bottom row (C134, C145, C135, C125, C124, C123, C234, C235, C245, C345) are available in a cylinder and key.&n...
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What is the part number for a cut emergency key in a C keyway?
The part number is 48-102 C, you will need to specify the cuts....
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