DIFFERENT KEYWAY SYSTEMS

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Schlage only offers a limited number of keyways that match the BEST sections. Available in keys and cores.Specify keyway using the B suffix: AB = A, BB=B, CB=C, DB = D, DDB=DD, EB = E, FB = F, GB =...
The profile or shape of the key is different.  This would apply to all key sections with differing names such as F, CE, etc.
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