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2008 Beo 200 Keys

I saw an earlier thread by someone cutting down the Beo keys so they can fit in your pocket without stabbing you. I went to my local locksmith who cut me two keys from a blank he had in stock. They work perfectly. The blank was an ilco VL6-P. It cost me $6 to have to two keys cut!

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Cool. I'm on that as I hate the bulk of the stock key digging into my leg.

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