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Blank Key

Discussion in 'Chevy Silverado Forum (GMC Sierra)' started by TonyHimself, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. TonyHimself

    TonyHimself Member

    so im going to make a spare copy of my key, but the thing is that i dont want it to look like a stock key. i want it to look somewhat unique. Like have the key look funky but still work.
    any ideas?
  2. Kady

    Kady Rockstar GMTC Chick 100 Posts

    Er... Spray paint it lime green?
  3. 04blackz71

    04blackz71 Rockstar 100 Posts

    put a diffrent key ring on it with the newer keys they have chips in them for anti theif so painting is about the only way i think i may be wrong
  4. TonyHimself

    TonyHimself Member

  5. ct9a

    ct9a Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    I'm not sure what the keys in an '02 are like, but if they're like the ones I have for my '94 (teeth only on one side), that won't work.
  6. Kady

    Kady Rockstar GMTC Chick 100 Posts

    Keys for 95 and up are double sided..

    Your 94 is shorter, and square. 95 + is double sided, a bit longer, and square but rounded of tops.. the newer ones than that are even more rounded. Not sure about the brandy new ones.
  7. Bluewater

    Bluewater Rockstar

    keys

    I have seen some really funky looking keys at various stores like Ace Hardware and Lowes or Home Depot. Even some small stores have many different colors and head styles if that is what you are wanting.
  8. tbplus10

    tbplus10 Epic Member Staff Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts Platinum Contributor

    The actual keyed portion you wont be able to change, painting it might even create tolerance problems in the lock.
    But if your handy with a dremel tool you could take anything you want to put on the head of the key and trim it out with the dremel then glue the key head inside of it.
    Like a rock, or a wrench.
  9. Dr_Zero

    Dr_Zero Epic Member 5+ Years 500 Posts

  10. TonyHimself

    TonyHimself Member

    im looking for an interesting head design. But i keep finding house keys not truck keys lol

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