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post #11 of 15
Ooooo! I did the same thing to my case while modding it.... it's pretty simple... just screw it open to get the broken key out... the tumblers will fall out, but you can just systematically reinsert the tumblers at random, using your key to check that it's the right tumbler (if it's the right one, it'll be balanced and flat with the outer portion of the keyhole)
post #12 of 15
most here dont even use the doods shouldnt have a problem,go to the wanted sec or have some one post needed door lock im sure yull find one,imo
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post #13 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by crazcookye View Post
EDIT: I took the door off my rocketfish a long time ago.
If you really need a lock..I can ship the whole front door/key to you, just cover shipping.
lol
The lock it self is removable, far less cost to ship just that.

A solution to the pin locations..
Try one pin in each slot until you find the correct slot, and progressively work that method. 1 or two pins is all you'll need to get the job done actually

Or, disassemble one of the other cylinders for a reference
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by The Duke View Post
The lock it self is removable, far less cost to ship just that.

A solution to the pin locations..
Try one pin in each slot until you find the correct slot, and progressively work that method. 1 or two pins is all you'll need to get the job done actually

Or, disassemble one of the other cylinders for a reference
Your rite i had one in my trunk go and took it to my dads shop,they took it apart and only use a few tumblers it was cool how fast they do it,they get corroded from weather and seize up
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post #15 of 15
If it's plain pin tumbler lock its mechanism is very simple.
I think this should visualize how to put pins back in right order...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pin_tumbler_lock
(and tell why its security is very bad)
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