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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 bow, embossed both sides 35-076 Standard bow, unembossed both s...
The part number is 48-102 C, you will need to specify the cuts.
Schlage does not recommend cutting the L or LP section key blanks in the field.  Below are some details.Non Primus:In the classic family of keyways the "L" key section is the highest level key...
Split key systems are delivered in the highest level section on the key tip (insert): L - obverse or classic Y - reverse 0000 - Paracentric ZZZZ - Quad D000 - restricted Everest C000 - open...
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...
A Primus key can operate a non Primus cylinder as long as the keyway is the same or the key is a multi-section.  Additionally, the cylinder must be pinned to be operated by the top cuts of the Prim...
It is not possible to key SFIC and standard cylinders including Schlage FSIC into the same system.  A keyway name may be shared between the two key fami...
Key-in-lever tailpieces differ in length depending on the lock series, function, and design.  Click here to identify the tailpiece and length.  NOTE: Modular cylinders use...
The profile or shape of the key is different.  This would apply to all key sections with differing names such as F, CE, etc.
Only 6 pin cylinders are available.