Lost key

Discussion in 'General Discussion / News / Information' started by tonykiwi, Oct 19, 2009.

  1. tonykiwi

    tonykiwi Ol'Timer

    I have lost the key to my Baja. I have no spare.

    I know that as soon as I spend a lot of money sorting the problem out it will turn up because it is at home somewhere

    I can't see a number on the igntion system and also it has a lockable petrol cap with the same key.

    What is the best answer?

    Ageing isn't all that funny when it is you

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  3. trevbart

    trevbart Ol'Timer

    Did the same thing some years ago...Asked the local village locksmith to come around. He was able to make a new key just by looking into the lock, and some trial /error. All done in half an hour!
  4. Azoulay

    Azoulay Ol'Timer

    Hi Tony,

    If you are in a hurry then a good screw driver and a wrench should make it. Bim boum !
  5. tonykiwi

    tonykiwi Ol'Timer

    Thanks guys but I found them underneath the lawnmower.........well where else would yu put a set of keys to your beloved bike

  6. tonykiwi

    tonykiwi Ol'Timer

    Thanks, good tip
  7. HTWoodson

    HTWoodson Ol'Timer

    Haha Tony, no worries! A few weeks ago I was looking at my passport when my girlfriend called on the phone. While I was talking to her, I decided to make a sandwich. I made the sandwich, ate it, finished the call and hung up. Then I noticed that there was an extra slice of bread on the counter. I couldn't figure out why I had put an extra slice of bread out on the counter, so I put it in my mouth and ate it.

    A week later I was going mad trying to figure out where on earth I had put my passport. I knew it had to be in my apartment somewhere and I tore the entire place apart. After many hours of frustrated searching I finally gave up and decided to go get a replacement. The next day when I decided to make another sandwich I found my passport inside the sandwich bread bag in the refrigerator.

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