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Key Blanks for Suzuki Carry (mine is '93)

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by Jamison Lure & Fly, Feb 17, 2020.

  1. The keys that I have confirmed work for my '93 Carry are:

    Axxess #52
    Ilco X186
    SILCA SZ11R

    I saw someone selling these blanks for $15 each! This is a community so if you need a key blank, please DM me and I will get it to you for my cost + shipping, or you can go to a hardware store that cuts keys and tell them you need a key cut that cross references the above blanks for about $4.
     
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  2. fmartin_gila

    fmartin_gila Active Member

    Had to have a spare made for mine when I bought it. Blank is a JV brand , number JM366. Don't know if this brand is available in the states. Cost was P100 which is about $2 here in the Philippines. Originally sold in Japan as a 2002 Mazda Scrum, (manufactured by Suzuki),now registered as a 2014(year I bought it)Suzuki CarryVan in the Philippines.

    Fred
     
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  3. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    Key blank for a Suzuki Samurai is what you need. I had bought a bag of blanks before I learned my local hardware store actually stocked them.

    I had more trouble getting keys for my 1974 MGB than JDM Suzuki's
     
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  4. More good information! The manager at one ACE Hardware said, "I can't help you." I went to another ACE a few towns over and the 16-year old behind the counter had two keys cut for me in about 10 min.
     
  5. Limestone

    Limestone Well-Known Member

    Jamison,
    HAHAHA! I'm like you, never give up! "Mini Truck Owners" MANTRA! If we don't like the answer we go get another one! I'd rather be lucky than good!!!
    Limestone
     
  6. I didn't want to risk losing my one and only original key so I cut my first blank with a Dremel and micro files. It worked but it took me 2 hours. I should add that I totally botched a key blank before I got it right.
     
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  7. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    you do know, most machines don't put the original key anywhere close to the grinding wheel.
     
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  8. Now I do :)
     
  9. Limestone

    Limestone Well-Known Member

    AH heck, we can't screw up if we don't try!!!
     
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  10. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    yup, the original rides on a roller.. But a good locksmith can still cut a key with a file
     
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  11. fmartin_gila

    fmartin_gila Active Member

    If you ain't never screwed up - you ain't never done anything.

    Fred
     
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