Contact your local sales depot or the toolbox manufacturer directly for replacement keys for a Husky toolbox. To obtain the right key, provide the identifying number on the outside of the tool box to the dealer or manufacturer.
Husky toolbox identification codes are usually three or four numbers long and may include a letter.
Replacement keys are frequently available from larger manufacturers. Smaller sales depots or dealerships, on the other hand, may have to order a replacement key on a case-by-case basis. The cost of replacement keys varies, as do delivery times. To avoid harming the toolbox or the tools within, contact an expert locksmith in your region to disable the lock rather than replace the key.
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