If you know how to deal with locks, then yes, it's easy. I have never done such sort of things in my life, thus all you explained is Greek to me.We've used Glenn's in SLC for work. I have to assume they're cost effective because when I started there we wouldn't pay going rate on anything.
On the other hand, you could replace the lock cylinder or just remove a few of the keyways to make your current key work. It's not that hard to do. I had mine apart a few weeks ago since it had seized up.
YouTube can fix anything. Or Google translate.If you know how to deal with locks, then yes, it's easy. I have never done such sort of things in my life, thus all you explained is Greek to me.
thanks critter. i usually notice the dates and strange necro thread bumps but missed this one.Seeing as this thread is 2 years old I'm sure that it's been taken care of
And I don't believe that anyone on the forum here will be using or need a locksmith that's located in England
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Thanks for your concern. I decided in the end it's really not a big deal to lock the tailgate. So far, I've never really needed to anyways.Hey there! Sorry to hear about your trouble with the truck's tailgate key.