Knight drivers that drove in 1998 -

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  1. mike5511

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    I think I've found one about 100 miles from me that has the blanks. Nobody local could help though.
     
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    You would have two keys already cut and three new cylinders.
     
  4. buddyd157

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    well, i was trying to help, not many people know that old hardware stores, which are NOT locksmiths by the way, but have many blanks, some of the unusual ones, can be of help......but apparently, you are an azzhat.

    i wish you much misery not only in your search for the golden key, but for all you do in life.
     
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  5. DUNE-T

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    Did you click on my link though? That's not just a Google maps suggestion, it will bring you to the place I used. Even though the guy does not have blanks, he cut the ones I brought to him
     
  6. mike5511

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    Yes I did, but the key place that is about 80 miles away said he could cut one and has at least one blank. I also found the other aftermarket key I had and it has the number on it. It is not the same as the number that Volvo gave me. But it is the same number you gave me! The guy at Volvo checked everything using the VIN, but I don't know if he screwed up or the after market key number is different that the dealer number? At any rate, I know what I need and where to go now. Thanks for your interest in helping me out! You were right!
     
  7. mike5511

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    Well you came across as condescending and I was a bit frustrated when I answered you, and I apologize. And, probably because I'd checked every locksmith near me and every hardware store and big box store that cut keys before I ever posted anything. At that time, I couldn't find anybody that had a key number I could find anywhere, including online. I was in the dark. It's been a process! Hopefully somebody else besides me will find this thread useful at some point.
     
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  8. buddyd157

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    i fail to see how i was condescending...you NEVER mentioned that you tried "old fashion" hardware stores.

    if anything i was asking you an honest question

    it is YOU that needs to re-evaluate your actual judgement on people.

    and the true meaning of the word...........condescending.

    here, let me help you
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    con·de·scend·ing
    /ˌkändəˈsendiNG/
    adjective
    1. having or showing a feeling of patronizing superiority.
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    frankly, i don't see where i was any of that towards you
     
  9. mike5511

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    Hey, I said I was sorry. Easy to get the wrong meaning in print. No voice inflection. I took what you wrote wrong, you say, and I apologized. We should be done with this now, and I am. It's all good.
     
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