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To get a new key cut due to losing mine I have to remove the ignition barrel and take it to my local bike shop to be sent off, not being very mechanically minded I would like some advice on the easiest way to do this, ie which bolts to undo etc. with a diagram if possible. thanks

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No just take you key/ barrel to a real good lock smith that wear i have my work done.
i was wonder if you could give me a "very help" on this one please. i beg you
a lady asked her question in all capital letter. i though this was a joke, so a just answered of the top of my head, that they 're battery was good and they kept saying that it was good, it was looking like a prank, so i went along with the battery prank and said you need a new one. oh no! i guess it was some of them people from down south that dont take a liken to my kind, so they gave me the thumbs down award. well i apologized and told them that it could be there ignition switch.
im sorry to you know for asking this but she brought down my rating
and a good one from you would balance it out.the locksmiths i go to have been inthe business for over forty years they work on anything that a key goes to! thanks

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