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Bought my Fury used with 2200 miles on it. But did not get the handlebar lock key how can i remove the rivet that hold in the handlebar lock? And replace it with a new one.
 

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There is also a ID you can use to have a new key cut for that bike. Not sure if the person you bought it from would have it or not. Should have been on the key chain from the dealership.
 

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I asked the dealer what would happen if I lost all my keys with it locked and he said "no problem."
Actually kinda scary.
They can make one for you.
 

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Well I would have to say if they did not give you a key that all you would have to do is take it back to them... It is part of your bike and it is still under warranty.
 

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Using your Dremel tool, grind the head off the rivet. Use your drill to remove the rivet shank. Then order and replace the lock mechanism; Lock, Handlebar, part# 53600-404-611. Install new Cherry Blind Rivet. Good to go..........

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They probably do what is done were I work, they record the key numbers on your paperwork/tickler file so IF you loose the key they can look it up and tell you the code.
Then with saying that he should be able to contact seller, find out original dealer then get a new one cut. or ask the seller to pick a couple up and pay him like 40 or 50 bucks for it
 

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On my post #2 about the thread handlebar lock, there was a locksmith who posted they could cut a key. They have special tools to determine pin position and #s.
 

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On my post #2 about the thread handlebar lock, there was a locksmith who posted they could cut a key. They have special tools to determine pin position and #s.
Would probably be cheaper if the seller would cooperate though
 

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Does anyone even use the handlebar lock, I know I never have, messed with it one time just to make sure things worked but it's so cheaply made you would be better off just buying an aftermarket rotor lock or something else than to try to get that thing to work, that's what I would do if it's was me.
 
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Does anyone even use the handlebar lock, I know I never have, messed with it one time just to make sure things worked but it's so cheaply made you would be better off just buying an aftermarket rotor lock or something else than to try to get that thing to work, that's what I would do if it's was me.
i use it, but it kinda makes me nervous how cheap it feels... i already snapped off one of the keys inside it. if that happened while i was out and about, it would suck bad... took me some WD40, needle-nose pliers and alot of cursing to get it out...
 

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Well I don't use it because it's just about worthless and very cheaply made, if someone wants to steal the bike they are going to steal it, guess that goes for anything though. I have heard of the people that are stealing the bikes in my area using skateboards to steal the bikes, they put the bikes on skateboards and roll them away.
 
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Well I don't use it because it's just about worthless and very cheaply made, if someone wants to steal the bike they are going to steal it, guess that goes for anything though. I have heard of the people that are stealing the bikes in my area using skateboards to steal the bikes, they put the bikes on skateboards and roll them away.
That is pretty funny. If I ever see someone pushing a motorcycle on some skateboards I will be sure to kick the crap out of them.
 

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lol some crooks just are not smart, but it's the truth, you can't make something like that up lol. I think they just use the skateboards to roll the motorcycle into a trailer or something I don't think they are dumb enough to try to walk it back home lol.
 
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Well I don't use it because it's just about worthless and very cheaply made, if someone wants to steal the bike they are going to steal it, guess that goes for anything though. I have heard of the people that are stealing the bikes in my area using skateboards to steal the bikes, they put the bikes on skateboards and roll them away.
I use the bar lock and the xena alarm/rotor lock and try parking in obvious places. My bike isnt insanely special and my insurance would cover it, but its the principal. My philosophy is deter them asmuch as possible and make it to allow more people to question what is going on's legality.
 
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