ok thanks, i really appreciate the info! I called the locksmith back in Chattanooga and he said he would change out the cylinders for $10. So that will be cheaper than having 2 keys made if I understood him right......He even said he thought I could change out the cylinders myself, but then he changed his mind and said bring it in..........
If you've got any old keys lying around the house you might give them a try. I was amazed at how many keys I had at home that would fit doors and storage compartments on our trailer. I didn't try a pocket knife but I wouldn't be surprised if that would work also.
2010 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8315BSS
2003 Chevy Silverado 1/2 Ton Extended Cab
I did try all the (short)keys we had from various locks such as padlocks toolbox locks etc. I didnt try my house or car keys however. I assumed those were totally different kinds of keys...........?
Update: Ok, I ran outside and tried my house and car keys out of curiosity and nope they didnt work. I currently am discussing purchasing a lock from someone who has changed all the locks on their rv and offered to sell me their old fastec lock. If that doesnt work out I am still planning on buying the keys with cylinders from Fastec and driving into the city to have a locksmith change them out.......Thank all for the help!