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Bumpkeys for cars & tubulars?


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#1 Dorffherr

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Posted 06 February 2007 - 01:37 PM

Sorry, you're right, I should've looked it up in Search first.

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Posted 06 February 2007 - 02:12 PM

Tubular lock won't work.

As far as the question regarding car keys, I know it's been answered before. Please use the search feature BEFORE asking questions.

Searching the term 'car' brought up many useful threads.

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#3 ViralYouth

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 08:12 PM

No you don't use bump keys on cars or tubular locks. For cars you would need jigglers. They are double sided keys that you jiggle which acts similar to a bump key. For tubular locks you would need a tubular lock pick. Now there are a few different kinds of tubular picks. You have to determine how any pins it has, if it is small or large bore and if it is an inverted tubular lock with the tensioner on the outer cylinder.

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Posted 08 August 2007 - 09:18 PM

For tubular picks if your interested Southord.com has some really good ones.
You have a kwikset knob lock and no dead bolt on your doors and you think you can keep me out... aww thats so cute.

#5 Dauns

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Posted 09 August 2007 - 11:54 PM

No you don't use bump keys on cars or tubular locks. For cars you would need jigglers. They are double sided keys that you jiggle which acts similar to a bump key. For tubular locks you would need a tubular lock pick. Now there are a few different kinds of tubular picks. You have to determine how any pins it has, if it is small or large bore and if it is an inverted tubular lock with the tensioner on the outer cylinder.

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That was correct. Thanks!