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Old 06-29-2013, 03:36 AM   #1
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lost the keys to my bike, pulled the ignition myself, got it rekeyed got it back on would only go into the lock n off position, je Hurst came over n took a look at it but had to go to the meet. so I stayed at my house pulled it apart n fixed it myself . turns on like a champ. met up with them at the spot an hr later had fun, go home try to get gas key wont open the gas tank... I may be handy but idk about takin that apart or how it.comes apart its dark...and idk If I have enough gas to take her to the heights for the gas tank to be keyed at the shop since idk how to pull that lock to take it there..any ideas??
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Old 06-29-2013, 03:55 AM   #2
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Also japawhat can go to your place and re key it
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theyd charge me a.million dollars, n no truck or ramps ...im sure reeds will do it for.free since I paid them to rekey the ignition and it works for the other two locks but not the gas tank n they love me.
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theyd charge me a.million dollars, n no truck or ramps ...im sure reeds will do it for.free since I paid them to rekey the ignition and it works for the other two locks but not the gas tank n they love me.
Then remove the tank and take it to them
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Old 06-29-2013, 04:23 AM   #6
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I guess noones had this problem ? ill just wait til daylight take a look and fix it myself lol figured itd be pretty similar on all bikes and maybe someones done.it.before...
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Old 06-29-2013, 04:53 AM   #7
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To remove the gas cap you have to open it; the mounting screws are underneath.

One key fits all on bikes, unless someone has changed one of them in the past.
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Old 06-29-2013, 05:28 AM   #8
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the orginal key worked for all three, got a new key.made works for just two. but not the gas tank
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I've rekeyed locks but only on doors. Most likely there is an extra notch that is on the gas but not on the ignition. That or it was a bad key cut. Happens. Can you remove the gas cap without removing the tank?


Found this on a forum:
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Hey man, im not sure if you have found the answer yet, but if you haven't the answer is pretty simple. Take the cap off of the bike with the three main allen head screws holding it to the tank. Next, pry the small O-ring off from around the cylinder (about half an inch in diameter). Then, unlock the cap. Then on the underside use a flat head screwdriver, knife etc..to push the rubber cover away from the main body of the cap and with another knife or screwdriver, pry out the flat metal ring laying around the underside of the cap (about 3 inches in diameter) It is hard to see but just wedge the knife or small flathead around the underside of the cap prying upwards and it will eventually come out. Once you have done this, there are three or four small phillips head screws which you need to remove while still peeling back that big rubber cover. Once you take out the screws, you are good to go!"

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http://cbrforum.com/forum/how-mechan...eyless-104429/
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Then remove the tank and take it to them
Like Chris said....after you get it open, remove the phucker and by a keyless gas cap!
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where are you located? I can probably help you out. Im a locksmith.

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Glad you rigged it to work. When i seen that hole i figured a pin of some sort was missing. Good meeting you yesterday

And the gas cap has to be open to remove it
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Glad you rigged it to work. When i seen that hole i figured a pin of some sort was missing. Good meeting you yesterday

And the gas cap has to be open to remove it
without u I wouldnt.have even noticed the hole, I made an L shaped pin.figured after that my bikes made by asians im part asian, its in my gene code to make tiny parts. <3 Honda
starts better than ever. n Jeremys cool n gonna help me out with that, its like eight allen keys, around it when looked this morning n probably some pryin, then breakin of n aftermarket replacement parts if not
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Half of those allen bolts hold the cap assembly together; go to mrcycles or ronayers.com, pull up the fiche page for your bike, and it will show which ones to remove

You don't want bits and pieces falling in the tank

And even after removing those, the cap is still latched into the tank neck until it's unlocked.
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Half of those allen bolts hold the cap assembly together; go to mrcycles or ronayers.com, pull up the fiche page for your bike, and it will show which ones to remove

You don't want bits and pieces falling in the tank

And even after removing those, the cap is still latched into the tank neck until it's unlocked.
I am a sad panda...thanks for the help tho !

im just gonna let jeremy rekey it he lives pretty close
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Once you get it out I'd install a Vortex keyless. I love mine! Good luck with getting it fixed!
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without u I wouldnt.have even noticed the hole, I made an L shaped pin.figured after that my bikes made by asians im part asian, its in my gene code to make tiny parts. <3 Honda
starts better than ever. n Jeremys cool n gonna help me out with that, its like eight allen keys, around it when looked this morning n probably some pryin, then breakin of n aftermarket replacement parts if not
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Hopefully Jeremy can get you sorted and back on the road. He's good peeps.

Maybe get a few extra keys made, ya know, since you might lose them again
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Hopefully Jeremy can get you sorted and back on the road. He's good peeps.

Maybe get a few extra keys made, ya know, since you might lose them again
hes awesome, he cut me two new ones and now.I have two spare ignition ones too yay
happy panda!!
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hes awesome, he cut me two new ones and now.I have two spare ignition ones too yay
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