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09-05-2018 09:29 AM
mjauricewhite I got replaced by locksmith cincinnati and after that i have seen no problem anymore with it.
08-17-2018 05:57 PM
monicashatzer Se comprar o acrobata de fechadura de assento um ferreiro de fechadura deve ser capaz de fazer uma chave para ele. O acrobata tem um código de si mesmo e o serralheiro pode usar isto para a nova chave.

Perdi a minha chave e não posso vir os números da ignição trancam-na ou retiram-na assim usei a fechadura de assento para adquirir uma chave e trabalhou para todas as fechaduras na bicicleta. Ignição, gorro de gás e assento traseiro.
08-06-2018 12:40 PM
wesleyboyle Tumber lock keys had been replaced by village locksmith but now still having issues what to do now any suggestions ?
08-04-2018 12:57 PM
sebastianfinley Great information. . .
07-09-2018 10:01 AM
oscarlobo
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Originally Posted by 2theMax View Post
If you buy the seat lock tumbler a lock smith should be able to make a key for it. The tumbler has a code on itself and the locksmith can use that for the new key.

I lost my key and couldn't get the numbers off the ignition lock or remove it so I used the seat lock to get a key and it worked for all the locks on the bike. Ignition, gas cap, and rear seat.
Well then you must contact the dealer instead of searching locksmiths around. They will get you the numbers.
04-20-2018 07:47 AM
deanambrose If you know the procedure then you can re-key it by your own. There is no need of any locksmith or dealer then just take the equipment and do it.
02-23-2017 10:17 AM
jackwelch For this you need to learn the whole procedure of re keying from their website.So prefer Locksmith or dealer for re key the seat lock.They have the tools and system to program it.
02-20-2017 08:39 AM
anthonyedwards2121
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Originally Posted by 2theMax View Post
If you buy the seat lock tumbler a lock smith should be able to make a key for it. The tumbler has a code on itself and the locksmith can use that for the new key.

I lost my key and couldn't get the numbers off the ignition lock or remove it so I used the seat lock to get a key and it worked for all the locks on the bike. Ignition, gas cap, and rear seat.
I am surely going to try this if such kind of problem occurs with me.Probably I choose Locksmith for such work because they have skills to make a duplicate key by knowing their number from sear or tumbler.So they are always the first preference..
07-12-2016 06:42 AM
asafashkenazi I have the same problem with my K5. The ignition was changed sometime.The locks are pretty easy to re-key but I have no idea who would have the parts.Probably easier to just buy a new lock set.And programed it with the help of Coral Spring Locksmith and now it works.
10-09-2012 04:17 PM
tactikool
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Originally Posted by 2theMax View Post
If you buy the seat lock tumbler a lock smith should be able to make a key for it. The tumbler has a code on itself and the locksmith can use that for the new key.

I lost my key and couldn't get the numbers off the ignition lock or remove it so I used the seat lock to get a key and it worked for all the locks on the bike. Ignition, gas cap, and rear seat.
Thanks, thats the answer I was looking for.
10-09-2012 03:16 PM
2theMax If you buy the seat lock tumbler a lock smith should be able to make a key for it. The tumbler has a code on itself and the locksmith can use that for the new key.

I lost my key and couldn't get the numbers off the ignition lock or remove it so I used the seat lock to get a key and it worked for all the locks on the bike. Ignition, gas cap, and rear seat.
10-09-2012 02:27 PM
b.miller123 If someone can just rip your PC out of your tail, you installed it incorrectly. The plugs are big enough that they will also need to raise the tank to get them out, and that means they also have to pull the tail and seat to undo the negative connection at the battery.

I just have a small pull cable on my latch. No need to worry about finding the key. It is easy enough to put it where the passenger pegs come out of the tail, but still inside. That way you can find it, but isn't seen easily.
10-09-2012 03:36 AM
nobody Do you have the latch assembly? I bought one from Ben @RC51.com no lock assembly.

I took the existing cable for the key mechanism ran it out a small dilled hole and now have a cowl/seat mechanism that works with no key and damn near impossible to find without a flashlight even in the daylight.

Works for me one less key to have.
10-09-2012 01:51 AM
SubSailor Well the new bikes came with a little tag on the ring showing the number to use to make a replacement key, or to order a replacement key.
Without that, you'll probably need to order a replacement seat lock/key assy. (unless drive to the dealer and sweet talk the them into borrowing their master keys to test).

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10-09-2012 01:02 AM
tactikool
Can seat lock assembly be re-keyed?

My 01' RC did not come with a seat lock assembly unfortunately. I'd like my PC to be "securely" locked in the tail. If I purchase a new one(if they can still be had) can a locksmith create a key for it? I've searched multiple forums and no answer.

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