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Whats the most common rekey code?

Hello everyone I'm wondering what is the most common right now for re-keys i was out of business for awhile and wondering if they still use 3XXXX?

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Brad you beat me to it by seconds!

& yes MRK, that is probably the most common one.

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sorry for the error didnt mean to post the whole code!
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Because it was the most common its also the most unlikely to be used now.

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We still use that code 3 to 1 over all the others.

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We still use that code 3 to 1 over all the others.



Interesting.

Once again, every area is different.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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Around here its 677xx thats the most common, followed by 352xx..
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Anything change over a year? Just curious. We still use 35xxx 4-1 vs. the others.
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Still that same 3xxxx code. Around here it is 2/3rds at least.
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around here, the most common one (that I see anyways) is sixes and sevens.


FWIW, some states are getting away from letting John Q go rekey, and will begin requiring a locksmithing liscense to do so. Like a certain rectangle state with a rich little tail on the side. It's coming, wait for it.
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