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Hey V Rodders,

need some info: I have these bags but need locks or keys but there is no lock number. First thing would be to get a part number for the bags or a name or of course, lock set part number. Any advice?
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Same bags but not my bike. Mine is an 06 VRSCA.
 

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Hey V Rodders,

need some info: I have these bags but need locks or keys but there is no lock number. First thing would be to get a part number for the bags or a name or of course, lock set part number. Any advice?
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Same bags but not my bike. Mine is an 06 VRSCA.
Key cylinder part number is 91482-01.ol luck so far with finding replacements. Although i can say i have spare keys made at my locksmiths and the only blank that has been found that they have is a honda blank it’s just a little wider which they grind down, then cut the key. Works like a charm. I have yet to meet a locksmith that has any knowledge of the cylinders, or where to acquire more. That’s all i have so far on keys, ive posted a video and instructions for replacing broken gas struts, and I’m the dumb kid in this class. I wish some of the OG’s with the engineering and garage experience were still around.
 

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Key cylinder part number is 91482-01.ol luck so far with finding replacements. Although i can say i have spare keys made at my locksmiths and the only blank that has been found that they have is a honda blank it’s just a little wider which they grind down, then cut the key. Works like a charm. I have yet to meet a locksmith that has any knowledge of the cylinders, or where to acquire more. That’s all i have so far on keys, ive posted a video and instructions for replacing broken gas struts, and I’m the dumb kid in this class. I wish some of the OG’s with the engineering and garage experience were still around.
Thanks dude. Now that was actually very helpful. You pointed me in the right direction. Thanks
 

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Thanks dude. Now that was actually very helpful. You pointed me in the right direction. Thanks
Please post if you have any luck finding a working SB key. I have the same problem.
 

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Can you disassemble the lock cylinder? if so you may could remove the tumblers get a blank key. will not be real secure but a thief would have to have the correct key blank or key specific to lock it. chances are slim
 

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Sorry for the delay. I’m just getting back here. I’ll send pics of my oem and the Honda one they use to cu spares on later this morning.
 

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