*Bump Keys are ON SALE*
U-haul discus lock
Posted 27 April 2007 - 01:52 PM
Posted 28 April 2007 - 12:41 AM
He said 5 pins though
Might be an M10 if it's a 5 pin (if it's even a master, that is)
http://store.uhaul.c...tail.aspx?id=63 uhaul#02870 looks like a 4 pin M1 on UHaul's website. Of course I have not gone to a UHaul and looked at one in person. I am just going from the picture on there website that I found by using google and uhaul#02870 from the first post in this thread. Looking at the shape of the bow on the key in the picture (with my reading glasses on) it sure looks like an M1 with 4 cuts. I can not imagine that they would have more than 1 product with the same part number.
Posted 28 April 2007 - 01:04 PM
Taking clear closeup pics of anything is difficult without professional camera gear, but I've found a large magnifying glass, like those found in some swing-arm lamps placed between the key and digital camera really helps. Also plenty of ambient light and no flash usually helps.
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Posted 08 May 2007 - 10:29 PM
I came across this thread and think it was interesting and see that the u-haul
lock is quite popular and so after work one day i went to u-haul and bought the lock, after that went to the local key shop and bought me 2 Axxess #61 and did some filing.
Result: i was able to bump the lock 3 time successfuly open it. Im pretty sure someone here can make one that can bump the lock almost everytime or even better than what i did. If someone made one already and it works good can you post a picture so i can see what i did wrong.
here are the 2 keys:
both keys was broken once i was done.
Posted 04 August 2007 - 12:38 PM
Also, what is the "IN 3?"
Thanks in advance
Posted 04 August 2007 - 07:47 PM
Posted 09 August 2007 - 04:21 PM
Guys over at lockpicking forums are fairly down on picking this one as well, it being "the one that got away" for many experienced pickers.
Called local locksmith and he said he has only successfully picked one of them once. Said the only way to gain access was to drill out the cylinder. For anyone considering trying to work this lock, I just thought I'd leave that nail in the coffin of this thread.