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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-12-2012, 10:50 PM
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Bonza, I remember a thread a while ago about the fork lock key, but never saw an answer. Where did you find it? No one here stocks them. They suggested eBay, but that locksmith refuses to cut keys from another vendor (can't remember why)
it was that long ago, I honestly dont remember except a forum member put me in the right direction for purchasing a blank and I was then able to get a local locksmith to cut it. I now do recall it was not ebay as I first stated but an online locksmith that stocked a huge array of auto keys.

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found the old post http://www.triumphrat.net/twins-tech...-lock-key.html and it has with the link attached,

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post #12 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-17-2012, 02:14 PM
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Wow, thanks a lot for this thread. I wasted a lot of time and gas calling and driving to local locksmiths/hardware stores and not one had a Triumph blank for my 08 Bonneville nor the KA33.

Ordered some KA33 blanks online, $9 for three keys shipped. I had ACE hardware cut the keys for $1 each and they work perfectly. All is good now.
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Spare original keys

I was going to make a new thread, but this seems like a good place. Back in 09 I killed my 2 month old mag wheel Bonny. I was fine and got another. So I have 1 ignition key, 1 ifnition key for alarm(no fob), one real fork lock key, and 1 FL key I had made. # on ignition key is 32xx, and FL key is 08xx. Message me if you think it matches yours and I'll send em free for X-Mas.
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My local locksmith made me a bunch of all-metal ignition keys for my '03 T100 with an ILCO X105 KA11 blank. I think she charged me $2 a key...

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it was that long ago, I honestly dont remember except a forum member put me in the right direction for purchasing a blank and I was then able to get a local locksmith to cut it. I now do recall it was not ebay as I first stated but an online locksmith that stocked a huge array of auto keys.

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found the old post http://www.triumphrat.net/twins-tech...-lock-key.html and it has with the link attached,
Thanks Bonza! I'm glad someone resurrected this thread, I never knew that you answered. I never did get it sorted out on my own, so now I can get back on it.

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Hi Folks,

Just chiming in to say how triumphrat.net once again saved the day (and saved me money!)

I have a 2012 Bonnie and needed a duplicate ignition key. The local dealership was going to charge me a whopping $45!

I at first used this motorcyclekeys site, but then they told me that the X115 / DA23 blank wasn't actually a match. Then I remembered this thread and asked them to look at the Kawasaki key (as per this thread/a different thread) and it was a perfect match. The Kawasaki X278 is the one!

And it cost me $4. Huzzahs for this forum!
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Great info, thanks everyone. This helps with a little piece of mind.
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Just returned from a local locksmith
He used Ilco X119 / YH47
Said it was for Yamaha

Three copies for less than an OEM blank. That's good.

Same as my main moto to the left, but just to be clear... They're good for '06 Bonnie.
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Good stuff, I need to make some extra keys and feeling good that I may be able to get them locally
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Thanks for this info. After Forchetto posted about snapping off his fork-lock key a while back, I try to remember never to leave it hang there anymore.

But it's always good to have a second or third set of keys on a multi-day tour: Lately I seem to be leaving my keys in the hard bags lock, riding off, and finding them later on the road, run over and mangled.

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