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Old 06-05-2006, 12:52 PM   #1
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what do you do when this happens.....

if you lose the key to your bike... how do you get another one?

how much does it cost?
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Old 06-05-2006, 12:52 PM   #2
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do you have the little code numbers (or wtv it's called) of your key???
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I have two extras which I purchased with the bike.... not that it answers your question..
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Old 06-05-2006, 12:54 PM   #4
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i have 3 keys, but i guess if i did lose one i would go make another copy?
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Old 06-05-2006, 12:59 PM   #5
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you can get a copy made at the dealer for like $10. you either need the VIN and the title or the little plate with the key number on it
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There are a couple of ways. There should be either a little plasic peice on the other key rings that has the Key code or its on the Key itself. Or it its a good dealer you give them the VIN and they can cut a key. I hate Stubbs with a Pasion but they can make a key for ya by giving them the VIN
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Old 06-05-2006, 01:07 PM   #7
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when I bought mine, I had a copy made and they gave me the code for it. I keep that code in my safe and the other key on my other key chain
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Oh when you say you want to buy a key they usually Order the blanks you say you need a Key Cut.
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hmmmm.... i was told that it would cost around 200 bucks to have a key made....

this place told me taht they have to drop the forks (because it was locked) take out the ignition, send to it the locksmith and then put it all back together


but then someone came and got the bike and had it done for like 5 bucks...

whats all that about?... was i being treated like a f ucking blonde woman at a mechanic shop or what????
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hope its not a ducati, if it is youre looking at about $2000
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this place told me taht they have to drop the forks (because it was locked) take out the ignition, send to it the locksmith and then put it all back together

One problem I had, if they change your ignition ( i had to get a new tail section key for my cowl) then you will have to start carrying two keys, and that sucks.

Now, I have one key for my ignition and gas tank, and one key for my tail :eh:
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They are ripping you a new one. Last ditch effort you can go to a ggod locksmith and they can make one for you by making a mold. Usually if the gas tank is the same key as the ignition take that to a lock smith and bada bing they work. There is one off of Almeda Genoa called B&S locksmith I think is the name the are real good and not that expensive. Its over by Almeda mall but on the oposite side of the freeway. Any bike shop with the code will make a key for 5-7 dollars tops unless you want a new GApping hole in you body.
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i second that a good locker smith can make a key to anything there is one in texas city ... cost me around $40
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exactly... that's what I thought...

200 bucks? i was almost raped..... can't phucking believe it... well, need new place to go now...

gonna try precision from now on
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exactly... that's what I thought...

200 bucks? i was almost raped..... can't phucking believe it... well, need new place to go now...

gonna try precision from now on
where was that?
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I had to get one made for my old bike ('81 Suzuki), I went to a locksmith with the letter code on the helmet lock and they made me 2 new keys.
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Key code or if you dont have that, VIN and proof that you are the owner of the bike.
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where was that?

you'll know if you get pricing from them...
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i'm just hurt that i have given this place so much busines... i sent 2 good friends there last month and they both bought a bike from them... but, when i need something, there is no letting up...

they look at me and all they see is f ucking dollar signs.....sorry... but i will take my business to someone who considers me a friend, as I did to them....
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