Many of us have probably been in a situation of misplacing or needing a key when a copy is not available. Surprisingly, this is a quite typical occurrence.
So, what should you do if your Snap On tool box key is lost? If you lose your Snap On tool box key, you can get a replacement key by accessing lock code, which a locksmith can utilize to determine what key to make.
Accessing The Cylinder Code
In most cases the key number will be stamped on the front of the lock next to where the key enters. In some cases the number may also be stamped on the original key if you have one.
Gkeez.com specializes in making keys for most major brands of toolboxes, file cabinets, motorcycles, or for just about any lock with a lock code. Orders are processed shipped on the same or next day. All keys are made by the latest computerized code cutting machines and are backed with risk-free money back warranty.
You can easily text Gkeez.com to see if your key is available at (626) 523-6267.