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2001 Suzuki SV650S-LOST KEY. Removing yoke to replace the ignition cylinder, but the forks are locked. How can I remove the fork lock and/or the yoke or get a key to fit the original lock? NO KEY-can't switch the ignition to on or access. No pin sticking out of the bottom of the cylinder. @

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