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Anyone know where I can get house keys copied in Riberas area?

Lexy

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4 minutes ago, Mainecoons said:

Go to the locksmith on Madero in Chapala, by far the best guy in town.  

Same guy has opened a shop on Viciente Guerrero in Jocotepec and that shop is the best around for those who live in lakeside west areas.

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They will make house calls and some English is spoken. LOCKSMITH ARAGON Morelos # 172 - Chapala, Telephone: 766 3552

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Closest to you, Lexy, is the kiosk beside the Scallions Restaurant (on the west side of Revolution). I have had keys cut there before a number of times and been happy.

 

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3 hours ago, Mainecoons said:

Go to the locksmith on Madero in Chapala, by far the best guy in town.  

Where is the locksmith on Madero?  

I think the locksmith on Morelos in Chapala would be closer to Riberas than Ajijic.

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Just now, slainte39 said:

Where is the locksmith on Madero?  

I think the locksmith on Morelos in Chapala would be closer to Riberas than Ajijic.

Getting there is the issue..with all the road works going on in Chapala maybe shorter distance but will take longer and parking any where close to the locksmith in Chapala is a challenge

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3 hours ago, happyjillin said:

MORELOS. Not Madero.

Whoops!  :D 

But I know where he is exactly and who pays attention to street signs?  :D  :D 

He has a lot of obscure parts for old locks too.  

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You say that as if there isn´t all the road work going on through Riberas. SAT, and Ajijic, right up to the locksmith on calle Revolución in Ajijic plus a half dozen traffic lights.

6 minutes ago, lakeside7 said:

Getting there is the issue..with all the road works going on in Chapala maybe shorter distance but will take longer and parking any where close to the locksmith in Chapala is a challenge

You say that as if there isn´t any road work going on through Riberas, SAT, and Ajijic all the way to the locksmith on calle Revolución in Ajijic, plus a half dozen traffic lights to slow you down.  :017:   I would go to Chapala.

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Just now, slainte39 said:

You say that as if there isn´t all the road work going on through Riberas. SAT, and Ajijic, right up to the locksmith on calle Revolución in Ajijic plus a half dozen traffic lights.

You say that as if there isn´t any road work going on through Riberas, SAT, and Ajijic all the way to the locksmith on calle Revolución in Ajijic, plus a half dozen traffic lights to slow you down.  :017:   I would go to Chapala.

Yes I agree with your observation..BUT I would suggest that parking will be easier at Scallions Restaurant..Incidentally has the one by the Coca Cola plant closed??

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They guy on Morelos in Chapala is not just a key maker. He is a maestro locksmith..He fabricated a door lock for me on my antique car.. They have an of street shop for the specialty work.

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5 hours ago, lakeside7 said:

Yes I agree with your observation..BUT I would suggest that parking will be easier at Scallions Restaurant..Incidentally has the one by the Coca Cola plant closed??

I believe that one moved across the carretera.

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