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Piece of cake. I repin over 60% of what i do.[/QUOTE]

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Is it cheaper to rekey or replace locks?

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After the initial purchase price of a re-pinning kit, re-pinning a lock only costs pennies in material, but it takes more time to complete then simply changing out locks. Changing locks can cost as little as ~$5 per lock if you're buying them in bulk. I personally prefer spending the little bit of extra $$, getting the job done quicker, and moving on to the next one.

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