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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-24-2010, 12:52 AM Thread Starter
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How do I remove the rear seat without a key?

I have an 07. The lock must be busted, or better yet, the previous owner lost his key and only replaced the ignition and gas lock.

Thing is, I havn't a clue how to get the seat off without breaking things. And I see no way to get the fairing off without the seat coming first.

How do I get it off without a key?
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Use a BFH, or call a lock smith.
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hahahaha, i found the perfect thing to use. When in doubt, get a bigger hammer.
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Damn, there's no trick to it?

Locksmith it is.
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Damn, there's no trick to it?

Locksmith it is.
What would the point be of having a locking rear trunk if there's a trick to just open it without a key?
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Learn how to pick locks. Its not that tough and its a lifelong skill that will always come in handy
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Learn how to pick locks. Its not that tough and its a lifelong skill that will always come in handy
Or learn how to make and use bump keys.
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Learn how to pick locks. Its not that tough and its a lifelong skill that will always come in handy
hummm, wonder what you do on your spare time?

op, not usre bud, never had this problem, if i did. i would drill they key hole out.

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What would the point be of having a locking rear trunk if there's a trick to just open it without a key?
I didn't imply the 'trick' had to be easy. But yah, locksmith it is.

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op, not usre bud, never had this problem, if i did. i would drill they key hole out.
I'm thinking that too, after I get a new lock set.
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Finally got the new lockset installed, cept for the truck lock.

Took it to a locksmith and he confirmed the lock is busted. Anyone have any tips for drilling the thing out?

also I found a 'trick' ... too bad its for the 1000. ;)
http://www.1000rr.net/forums/showthread.php?t=75619
I'm almost tempted to try it.
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