OUR TOP SELLER, 1000's of sets sold!!!!
Set of 39 brand new Heavy Equipment and Tractor Keys that fit the following equipment:
1. Hyster (1430): fits Hyster Rollers and
Forklifts (p/n 186304. “166”) Caterpillar, Yale and Clark Forklifts, Gradall
(166), Skytrak and Shuttleshift, Daewoo Skid Steers 430, 440, 450, etc.,
Mustang Skid steers, Ingersoll Rand Rollers and Komatsu Forklifts.
2. John Deere Commercial (JD): fits John Deere
dozers, backhoes, etc.. John Deere Part
3. Ford-New Holland (Ford-NH): fits Ford
Tractors with 1569 ignition, New Holland TN75A and others, Skytrak, David
Brown, Omni/JLG Skat Trak “438”, Massey Ferguson 640-650 & others, Mahindra
2 wheel tractors and Tafe Landscape Tractors.
4. Old Case (Snoopy-1142): fits older Case
Dozers (#R30074), John Deere Models 1020,1520, 2020, 2030 & others, Massey
Ferguson Models 135, 150, 165, 175, 180, 230, 245, 255, 265, 275, 285, 302,
304, 1080, 1085, 1105, 1150, 1155, 1500, 1800, 2135, 2200, 2500, 3165, Cole
Hersee #83353 & Industrial Tractor Models 20, 30, 40, 50A, & 50C,
Terramite Backhoe Models T5C, T6, T9.
5. Caterpillar Battery (CNA2): fits Cat
Equipment Battery disconnect and older ignitions. Cat Part #8H-5306.
6. Caterpillar Ignition (CAT): fits Cat
Ignitions from 1970’s to date, cab doors, side panels, Cat padlocks, Cat
Dozers, Backhoes, Compactors, Articulated Trucks, Excavators, Motor Graders,
Skid Steers, Tracked Tractors, Wheel Dozers, Wheel Loaders, Log Skidders, ASV
Skid Steer, Tigercat and many others.
7. Komatsu Ignition (KOM): fits Komatsu 787,
646, 648 etc., Komatsu Forklift, Kalmar, Dressta, Sakai Forklift, Komatsu part
8. JCB: fits JCB, Bomag, Terex Mini Excavators,
some newer New Holland and Ford, Vibromax, Maxi, Skytrak Legacy, Dynapac
LG200/LG500 Compactor, Hamm 14657, Volvo Mini Excavators #14607 & 14603,
Linde-Baker Forklifts, and New Holland 555E.
9. John Deere-Hitachi Excavator (JDX): fits John
Deere and Hitachi Excavators, Case excavator Models 1650 & 1850K. Fiat.
10. Case-Linkbelt Excavator (CLX): fits Case
& Linkbelt Excavators, JCB
Excavators, MDI, New Holland K250.
11. Takeuchi Excavator (TAK): fits Takeuchi
Ignition, Case Mini Excavator, New Holland Excavator, Gehl Track Loader.
12. Hyundai Excavator (HNT): fits Hyundai, Nagano
and Thomas Excavators, Sunward Excavator Models 70 & 90, Bobcat Mini
Excavator Model 316, Daewoo S-5.
Kobelco Kawasaki (KOB): fits all Kawasaki & Kobelco Excavators and Loaders,
Nissan Mini Giant, Hannix Mini Giant
14. Kubota 1 (KUBOTA): fits Kubota Lawn Mowers
and Tractors including the following models: BX2230, BX1830, ZD21, ZD25, ZD18,
ZD28, B2150HSD, B9200, B1550, G1800, G1900, G2000, G2160, GF1800, F2260, F3060,
BX1500, BX1800, BX2200, BX22, BX23, G2460, B1550HST, B1750HST, B2150, T1600H,
B1550D, G1700, T1600HG, TG1860, TG1860G, Kubota part #37410-55150.
15. Kubota 2 (KUB-B): fits Kubota B and GL
series, Kubota Diesel Tractors, TLB425, 535, 225, 25 and 20, International
Harvester Cub Cadet 782D, Gehl Skid Steers, Broce Power Broom, LayMor Sweeper
8HC, older model Thomas Diesel Skid Steer (2003 & earlier), Kalmar AC, Komatsu
electric Lifts, some Ingersoll Rand and Finn.
16. Kubota 3 (KUBOTA): fits Kubota L Series
Tractors without a cab including L2350, L2500, L2600, L3000, L4310, L35, TLB and older G series tractors such as
G4200 & G5200, Mitsubishi-Satoh Tractors and Mahindra Tractors.
17. Samsung (SAMSUNG): fits Samsung Equipment
18. New Sakai Roller (SAK): fits Sakai Equipment
newer ignitions “974”.
19. Kato Excavator (KATO): fits KV02 Kato
Excavators and equipment.
20. Case-Bobcat (CASE): fits Case, Bobcat Skid
Steer, International Harvester, Ingersoll Rand, Ditch witch (some), Pollack,
Grove, Vermeer 752 Chipper Grinder, Tenant, Timberjack, Broce, Terex Forklift
and some JLG.
21. EZ GO: fits EZ GO Golf and Utility Carts
22. Mitsubishi (MIT): fits Mitsubishi BD2 Series
Dozers, International, older Kubota M Series Tractors, Cat Forklifts, Kumiai,
Mitsubishi models 370 & 372, Beaver II s373, Mitsubishi Froklifts.
23. Polaris-Lawn Tractor (1148): fits Case pre
1970’s, replaces John Deere #M40718 Lawn Mower Key, replaces Indak Ignition
Key, Kubota Generators and Mowers Kubota #K1122-62130, Lincoln Ranger 8 Welder,
Murray Lawn Mower, Polaris Roto Tillers and Portables, Sabre & Scott
Lawnmowers, Scag Lawn Mowers, Sears Lawn Mowers, some Vermeer, Gravely, Honda,
MTD Mowers, Simplicity Mowers, Snapper Mowers, Wheel Horse, Ariens and many
24. Ford Tractor (FORD): fits Ford Tractor
Ignitions, Ford, New Holland and some JCB Backhoes.
25. Ford Tractor 2 (FORD): fits Ford 1520, 1210
and others, Perkins, Yushin Seiki, some Massey Ferguson and Shibaura Tractors,
Terramite Backhoe models T5C, T6 & T9, Vermeer Chipper model 935, Wacker
L30 Loader, some New Holland.
26. Club Car (CLUB): fits Club Car Golf &
Utility Carts. Club Car G&E 1996
& up DS & Precedent Carts.
27. TCM Excavator key
28. NG 100 (100): fits Grove Manlift, Terex old
Boom Lift, some Vermeer, Cushman, Legend, Bart Mill, Huber, Raygo, Advance
Lift, Arrow Lift, Terex Telehandler, Lull older Telehandler and more.
29. New JLG (JLG): Newer JLG Lift Ignitions (see
30. Multiquip (MULTI): fits Multiquip Generators,
Light Towers, etc..
31. Bosch (BOSCH): fits all Bosch Ignitions
32. Compact Volvo Loader (CVL): fits the Volvo
Compact Loader series.
33. John Deere Agricultural (Champ-JD): fits John
Deere 110 and other compact tractors “JD935” John Deere part #RE183935,
Champion Road Grader and Volvo Mini Excavator.
34. John Deere
Gator (GATOR): fits most models of John Deere Gator Utility Vehicles. Club Car gas 2004-06, Carryall 294/XRT1500 /
Farmall tractors #460, 560, 656, Cadet
garden tractors/IH 1586
Tractor (DEUTZ): fits Deutz Tractors, Bomag models 122, 142, 172 and older
machines, Rammax Roller Compactor, Wacker Compactor and John Deere Forklift
Equipment (DEUTZ): fits Deutz construction equipment.
37. Samsung 2
(SAMSUNG 2): fits Samsung tracked excavators and Clark Heavy Forklifts. Also
fits Hinomoto tractors. Part #14529178, Clark # CL841.
38. IHI Mini
Excavator (IHI): fits IHI Mini Excavators (IHI 029), IHI 5080 and Chieftain.
39. Snorkel Lifts
This key set comes on a heavy 2" key ring with a
color printed guide illustrating and detailing the equipment each one fits.
Most are also stamped or marked with the name of the equipment they fit.
These keys are as heavy duty and durable as those expensive ones from
the dealer. The only difference is the price. Don't be fooled into
thinking those fancy keys with the company logo will perform
better. I am an Operating Engineer, and I, as well as my fellow
operators, use these keys everyday. They are strong, durable, and will
last for years. If ever one of these keys breaks off in an ignition or
door, simply return it to me for a no questions asked free replacement. I have sold thousands of these sets and never had a broken key returned.
E-mail me for all your heavy equipment key needs. I sell multiples of
the same key and custom sets made to order. Check my
feedback-100% positive! Know why? Because of something most businesses
have forgotten, Customer Service. I will bend over backwards to make
you happy with your purchase. I ship the same day that payment is
received. Furthermore, I don't care if your address is
confirmed, non-confirmed, pre-confirmed, post-confirmed, whether you
have good credit, poor credit, no credit, secured credit, unsecured
credit, positive feedback, negative feedback, no feedback, are a
non-paying bidder in the past, a pre-paying bidder in the future, a
double paying bidder right now, are an alcoholic or have another
substance abuse problem, I will sell to you with the same guarantee.
Tired of all those conditions other sellers impose? Try me, I'm easy.
Little About The Keyman
not a large parts supplier that resells shipping containers full of aftermarket
parts and keys imported from factories overseas. I am also not some faceless corporation
operating out of a large warehouse in New York, Florida, California, or
Nevada. What I am is a sole
proprietorship, a one man show so to speak, working out of my home in cold and
bleary Michigan, home to the working man.
worked as an operating engineer for 35+ years, (International Union of Operating Engineers Local 324, Detroit, Michigan) I possess hands on experience
when it comes to having the correct key for the machines I operate. When I began selling key sets 19 years ago,
it was because I was tired of searching for keys. Back then, an operator had to purchase keys
one at a time from the dealer, often times at a cost of $6.00 to $10.00
each. Either that, or we lifted them
from rental equipment companies, or other contractors!
You old timers know what I’m talking about. That’s when I got the idea of producing
ready-made sets of keys to fit heavy equipment.
I started with a 14 key set, and it grew from there.
other sellers who may concentrate on turning over large amounts of various products, maximizing
profit, I concentrate on two things, producing and selling the best quality
after-market keys available, and unparalleled customer service. Instead of buying thousands of keys
manufactured overseas from one supplier, I purchase from many different
suppliers, finding the best quality key for each application. Often times, a suitable key cannot be found,
in which case I purchase American made key blanks, and produce the keys myself
on commercial grade key duplication machines, to exacting standards and
measurements. I do not just throw together random sets of keys either. I put tremendous thought and research into
every set I produce, including the keys that I believe you, as an operator,
will need most.
I am the Keyman’s only employee, and operate right out of my home, I do not
have the overhead of maintaining a physical store, warehouse, or employee
expenses. Because of this, I can offer
the highest quality products at the lowest prices. If ever you find a lower price on a
comparable product, just let me know and I will beat it! My focus is on customer service and
satisfaction. If you are anything like
me, you are sick and tired of dealing with companies that forget about their
customers after the sale. When you
message or phone the Keyman, you get me, not some customer service rep in a
third world country, or an automated phone system that requires you to punch
when it comes right down to it, with all else being equal, who would you rather
deal with? The fellow operator who cares
about his customers, and wants them to get the right key, or the online
anonymous mega seller who is just churning out thousands of sales with no
regard for their buyers? Once again, I
have spent the last 35+ years out there operating heavy equipment. I am not a computer/internet savvy guy
reselling products I know nothing about. Message me any and all of your questions about equipment keys. If I don’t know the answer, I’ll do my best
to find it.
I am the original Keyman. I have been selling keys and key sets for close to 20 years now. I have been a member of The International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 324 Detroit, Michigan for 30 years.
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