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van lock

Postby Julocker » Fri Dec 15, 2006 2:56 am

Hi,

Do yoy know a tools or a technics for a tubular Van lock (www.vanlock.com).

thanks
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Postby jordyh » Fri Dec 15, 2006 2:59 am

Yes, a tubular pick.
These locks and picks are discussed a lot.
A search on the subject will give you more decent and informative hits than you can fill a day with.
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Re: van lock

Postby unbreakable » Fri Dec 15, 2006 3:07 am

Julocker wrote:Hi,

Do yoy know a tools or a technics for a tubular Van lock (www.vanlock.com).

thanks


Your first post is about opening a high security lock used mainly on vending machines??

huh
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Postby Julocker » Fri Dec 15, 2006 3:13 am

Yes, I practice lock picking since a long time...
A Tubular look it's easy to pick. But Van lock are harder. I made a tool for pick them, but it doesn't fonction all the time.

Sorry for my broken english...
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Postby unbreakable » Fri Dec 15, 2006 3:26 am

Julocker wrote:Yes, I practice lock picking since a long time...
A Tubular look it's easy to pick. But Van lock are harder. I made a tool for pick them, but it doesn't fonction all the time.

Sorry for my broken english...


Ok, no problem. Don't worry about the English, its fine!

I have never had a chance to play with one, but I hear they can be quite a challenge, I have had a chance to pick a tubular lock however,

A search on the site may bring up some more info (up in the top right corner)

Sorry about the initial response, I hope you understand why I was a bit worried about someone who's first post was on a vending machine lock :wink: :wink: We're a good group of law abiding citizens, but we do get the occasional nimrod wishing to know how to break into a gunsafe, or school lock :roll:

Hope you understand, glad to hear you're a hobbyist with good intentions,

Welcome to the site.

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Postby Julocker » Fri Dec 15, 2006 3:39 am

it's ok, I understand your first response :)

HPC made a tools for Hight security lock, but it cost 800€ :? ...
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Postby LockNewbie21 » Fri Dec 15, 2006 7:15 am

Okay brotha heres what ya do besides practice.

Take a windshield wiper and take the metal piece band file and make it fit in the lock.

use a hookt o push the pins down till it opens.

Thats it in a nutschell, i was vauge.. but read and learn that should give oyu an idea
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Postby jordyh » Fri Dec 15, 2006 7:16 am

LockNewbie21 wrote:Thats it in a nutschell, i was vauge.. but read and learn that should give oyu an idea

"RTFM" is allmost always a good advise on this forum. :wink:
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