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Thread: 93 K1100RS/K76S Key Cylinders

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    93 K1100RS/K76S Key Cylinders

    I have two bikes, a 93 K1100RS and an older K76S, I've had to buy used parts for everything from the side cases to the seat lock, ignition locks and fuel caps for various reasons from broken to no key. Now that I have all the functions working on both bikes, I look like the jailer from the Green Mile with a massive key fob.

    I'm thinking about a getting a trailer just for the keys.

    I'm sure if I could get the cylinders out, a good locksmith could key them the same. Any idea how to get the key cylinders out?


    Gas Cap
    Ignition
    Seat lock
    Side Bag Locks
    1997 R1100RT (Restored Basket Case) , 1981 KZ 440 LTD (Restored Basket Case)
    1986 K75S(the beutch), 1993 K1100RS (blown engine), 1997 Chev Short Box (4x4 with an LT1)
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    The ignition lock, gas cap lock and seat lock all require diassemby to get the cylinders out. Follow the instructions for rekeying the saddlebags for rekeying these locks as well. No locksmith required.

    http://www.maxbmwmotorcycles.com/fic...52303683_1.pdf


    What's a K76?



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    ARGH!!! I wish I'd known that before I dropped $55 to have the lock for my luggage carrier re-keyed to the ignition lock. ARGH!!
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    That's why we have this forum.



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    What? To tell me after the fact and to leave me banging my head into a wall?
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    Well, you DO have your helmet on. (Per your picture).



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    [/bang] There [/bang] is [/bang] that. [/bang]
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