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hodephinitely

Key blank without remote central locking part

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Does anyone know of a key blank that I can get that can be cut to the shape of my Gen 7 keys that doesn't come with the plastic fob section for the remote central locking?

 

Looking to get a backup key cut that I can keep in my wetsuit when surfing, so don't want the massive bulbous part.

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1 minute ago, Kobir said:

If you just type in celica key on Ebay, cheapest is 99p

 

I can only find them with the plastic fob part. I need one like this:

 

59606d1331254270-where-get-blank-key-4ru

 

or this:

 

cx28-toyota-hilux-4runner-celica-supra-c

 

I'm wondering if maybe an old 4Runner, Rav4 etc key blank would work. 

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Okay - I've done some digging and it looks like the TOY43 key is the right one, of which you can get an all-metal, flat version at Key Trader. Worked out as £2.40 with postage, so not a huge deal if it turns out to be a dud.

 

Will update on it's performance in case anyone ever finds this thread.

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On 2017-1-16 at 19:27, hodephinitely said:

Okay - I've done some digging and it looks like the TOY43 key is the right one, of which you can get an all-metal, flat version at Key Trader. Worked out as £2.40 with postage, so not a huge deal if it turns out to be a dud.

 

Will update on it's performance in case anyone ever finds this thread.

 

Yeah so I got it cut but it doesn't work. I actually got two cut just in case from two different keys.

 

I ended up just snapping and dremeling one of my old keys to the smallest possible size.

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