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I pick up one of these but I have no key to turn it on...any suggestions?

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Re: keys

Try a flat bladed screw driver, or a bobby pin. Barring that you should beable to open the battery case and yank the lock component. In this bike the lock does more than just switch the power supply on and off, it also physically locks the case into place on the frame. Once yanked, you should beable to take just that component to a lock smith and have new tumblers put in, with a matching set of new keys. I have no idea what that should cost, perhaps not much more than for a house's lock being changed. Once the lock is changed just re-assemble the locking mechanism and battery case.

With a hammer, a chisle can be made. With a hammer and chistle, files can be made. With hammer, chisle, and file anything else can be made.
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