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Old 06-02-2005, 10:24 PM
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Default Any ideas on how to fix my flip key?

Ok this may sound stupid, but how do I fix my key??? The key broke off the flip part, but the flip part is still there. Is there a way that I can get my old key out? and put a new one in?
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dont you have two flip keys?
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The blade is held in by a tiny pin thats in the hole on the swinging part. It fits into a channel in the blade part to hold it in. Take a small nail and hammer the pin out to change the blade.

Here's a how to make your own. It shows how to get the blade out.
DIY switchblade key
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Cmon man this is from 2005 -.-
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