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Thread: pannier key change

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    yellowgs
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    pannier key change

    Hi all have just got myself a nice pair of vario panniers from hagalout, cheers mate. anyone got details with pics or diagrams on how to change the locks to my key?

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    Try this thread from ADVrider:

    here

    Cheers

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    yellowgs
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    many thanks red rock, 15 min job.

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    salty
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    Is there any way i can do this for an aluminium adventure pannier system ? Forty quid the BMW shop want !!!
    Please advise, many thanks,

    Salty

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    Its the same technique for the GSA pannier locks
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    Another page with info about re-keying:

    http://motorcycleinfo.co.uk/indexb8f...pageId=6220542
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