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(633) “Forever” Lock (GREAT Lock!!)

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  1. Bill I love your videos but I'm wondering if you could somehow manipulate the dimples? You would need a key drilled out to allow a soft metal or possibly clay or plastic to deform for the pins and trick the lock into opening for you? You would need to maintain the groves and thickness of the key or it will jam in there.

  2. Can you take off the part you slide forward to insert the key buy punching the pin in the slider or just smack it with a hammer to break off the slider, to buy pass its main defense against picking it's lock?

  3. That XpuZ is really just damn intimidating.. Theres just 6 or 8 pins working and that first disk goes 360 degrees.. But i was actually surprised how fast it opened.. have you done a video about it? dont see it in recommendations

  4. seems to me that the key is of some kind of standard shape. Perhaps inserting a custom-made blank with carbon-dusting could yield the pin layout, so you could drill in divots.. but that isn't exactly something you're doing on the side of the road :)

  5. A small $15 Harbor Freight hydraulic bottle jack under the hasp, or better yet, if you have one of the small Taiwanese bottle jacks with the Japanned finish on it. Those things will darn near jack up a house, and the valves, seats & seals still stay good for decades. They do make hydraulic bolt cutters too, but hardened steel and a hydraulic bolt cutter can create a rather violent reaction, resulting in enough Shrapnel to require hospitalization. I do think that hasp retainer inside would break with a bottle jack, and the flying metal would be contained inside the lock.

  6. I've never heard of bicycle thieves bothering with picking a lock. Bolt cutters and angle grinders are the tools of the trade.  I've even heard of people cutting the bolts off the bike rack and taking the whole bike rack.

  7. Can you not open it by putting an iron bar through the "U" and twisting? I know you can force at least many cheap "U" locks like that.

    The way they'd do it in my city: break the stand from the bike with a kick, then use the iron bar of the stand to go through the "U". Then turn and it's forced open.

    I'm wondering what a long iron bar could do. Say 1m. If the lock is round a bike and say a pole, u can get a lot of leverage that way.

  8. What about a U shaped chisel down the shaft to hit the paul. Would possibly bend it down ( looked rather thin from the video )…but would also ruin the lock from future use.

  9. I remember seeing this locked bumped in a Youtube video. Sorry I don't have the link handy.
    The principle is they took another key from the same manufacturer (from a different lock) and drilled the dimples to make it a bump key.

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