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bio website misterfoo.com
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Mostly a C++ and C# developer, with about 10 years of experience on the Win32 platform.

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revised Are easy-rekey locks reliable?
Changed title to clarify that I'm asking about reliability and not some other criterion.
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comment Are easy-rekey locks reliable?
Indeed, that's a good point. I would have felt much more skeptical had I not already been reading lots of complaints online about them. Also, they rekeyed the locks I ultimately bought at no charge, so I'm inclined to take their input at face value.
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comment Are easy-rekey locks reliable?
Thanks for the response on that. Really what I'm wondering is whether other people have used these easy-rekey locks and had good results, because I'm having a hard time finding good quality locks that don't offer this feature.
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accepted Can I use 4x4 posts as the primary support for a deck?
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comment Can I use 4x4 posts as the primary support for a deck?
Sorry I forgot to include that info - it's there now.
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comment Can I use 4x4 posts as the primary support for a deck?
Sorry I neglected to specify the height - I had included it originally and then accidentally removed that when I reformatted the question. The deck is about 4 feet high.
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