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  • abrightmd
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    I don't see a letter designation but I'll post a picture down below. If you think it looks similar and it's not too much hassle I'd love to try the key.

  • abrightmd
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    Want to update you here... I just took a thick paper clip as a pick with a little 45 degree angle on the end, and a sliver of metal from a pen cap and picked that lock open after about 3 minutes of YouTube watching here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2r07NN21vM

    Thanks for the suggestion! Never tried to pick a lock in my life.

  • mtm408
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    Originally posted by abrightmd View Post
    I'm going to try my hand at lock picking but if anyone out there has a 001 lock number on their Panasonic battery (mine is a 52v Dolphin), I'd love to work out some way to get a copy. We lost our keys during a moving purge of boxes :(
    Thanks in advance! I'll pay for all the trouble and copying/mailing of course.
    I've got a "D001" for my Shark pack. Looks like it a letter as well as a number.

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  • AZguy
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    Most are *very* easy to pick - all the ones I have come across are only two tumblers and can be picked with very basic tools in literally seconds and I'm only somewhat adept at lockpicking

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  • abrightmd
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    I'm going to try my hand at lock picking but if anyone out there has a 001 lock number on their Panasonic battery (mine is a 52v Dolphin), I'd love to work out some way to get a copy. We lost our keys during a moving purge of boxes :(
    Thanks in advance! I'll pay for all the trouble and copying/mailing of course.

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  • AZguy
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    I've got an 055

    Also 051, 069 & 074

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  • AZguy
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    If you have any practice at all lockpicking these are a breeze (only two tumblers)

    There are toyota/honda blanks that can be used to make copies (there's a thread here somewhere with the part #'s)

    I may have an 055 - I've got two or three that are different - I'll check when I'm at the shop

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  • AdamDunn
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    I don't think any locksmith is willing to pick these locks because seeking help from dealer is the better option than a locksmith
    Last edited by AdamDunn; 11-22-2019, 06:24 AM.

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  • keenanj
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    Does anyone have a 055 sharkpack key they could copy? luna support said they no longer had any and Joel never returned my call.

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  • keenanj
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    Joel, Do you have any more 055 keys for the shark pack? I just broke my last one not sure what to do but I want to ride.

  • Estella
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    thank you so much Joel. Luna Cycle Rocks. Fastest response time ever, and it comes with a key to my e-bike.

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  • Jasdidit
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    Estella, I work for Luna Cycle and I have a Shark pack with an 055 key number. I'll give you a call later and get a couple keys sent your way. I can also help anyone else with a Shark pack and an 055 key number. Just call (800) 881 4471 and leave a message for Joel at extension 706.

  • Estella
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    Hi i have the same luna pack with number 055 and i lost the key. Any chance u would be willing and sble to help me out. Id really appreciate it. Plz call anytime four two four 567 one five 8 two. Or different last four digits ..1 three seven 8. Hope to hear from you soon.

  • Robert Larrison
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    Here you go
    open your Hailong case this is a replacement

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ignition-Sw...RYW5wF&vxp=mtr
    Last edited by Robert Larrison; 11-02-2017, 12:29 PM.

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  • CMedina
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    It's great to hear that you were able to get your battery pack lock issue sorted out. I've lost my keys more than once, so I feel your pain (you would think I learned my lesson the first time around).

    Had I seen the post earlier, I would have made the same suggestion as mtm408, but with a caveat. The caveat being that you have to do a lot of homework before you call a locksmith. If not, you might end up dealing with a locksmith who doesn't really know what they're doing, or a locksmith who will charge you an arm and a leg. Luckily enough, it seems like you dodged that bullet. That locksmith could have easily picked your lock without damaging it and made you a new copy of the key, and it wouldn't have cost $100 or more.

    For future reference I would like to suggest that you try picking the lock yourself? It might sound difficult, but it is actually fun and easy to grasp. This will help you avoid anyone who might try to take advantage of you. Being in similar situations drove me to take a crack at lock picking. Luckily there are a ton of good resources online that you can learn from. From all the resources I found online this one stands out the most and is extremely comprehensive: "How To Pick Locks: The Definitive Guide To Lock Picking".

    As paxtana said, the lock is a standard cylinder and picking these types of cylinders are fairly easy. For instance, you could have raked the lock or picked it open within a matter of minutes. After this you could have gotten a duplicate key made at home depot, for a fraction of the cost. Although your issue has already been resolved, I think having a skill like this on deck will help you out a great deal in the future.

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