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Offline Blackvisor

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I have a larger volume left pannier, which I will use on the right side (I have fitted a low silencer).

How do I remove the lock from my old pannier and fit it into the new one?I have the keys. Luckily the vendor of the old pannier has already removed the lock from that one, and supplied it with the pannier.

THe white pannier is the old one, I want to remove it's lock and fit it to the new one

THis is the white pannier, which has the lock which I would like to remove and re-use in the new pannier

THis is the new larger pannier, which has had the lock removed already

Offline mustangpilot

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Re: How do I swap locks form one pannier to another, I have both keys
« Reply #1 on: 27 March, 2020, 10:22:13 AM »
From the Tiger Explorer 1200 forum
But take care when pulling the lock out....the springloaded lock plates can pop out of the slots! Don't ask me how I know  :138:
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Re: How do I swap locks form one pannier to another, I have both keys
« Reply #2 on: 27 March, 2020, 01:51:56 PM »
As above, only way other than drilling it out,
I'm sure someone on here made said tool and put dimensions which seem to be fairly critical for it to work and it may take a few try's,
have a look in the how to section,

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I made a tool, it worked a treat and I believe it is posted here either in a How To or in another thread. Please don't ask me to go back and dig it out as that exercise consumed a lot of posts and replies. I even sent one to another member so maybe they can chime in. But, rest assured, with the tool I made the removal is the work of 10 seconds to pull the barrel. Drill only if you completely give up as you are highly likely to damage the case. A Dremel and patience are a better way. Posting images here has become too bothersome so I'll not offer to do so but can email you the entire set of pictures and specs with a video too (I think) if you PM me an address....