View Full Version : keys cut for the meanie $8

23-05-07, 10:19 PM
Took me a while around the Melb cbd to find someone that will actually even cut them. Apparently the blanks are different. Surprisingly the locksmith I found was just around the corner and did it for $8. She's a fellow rider as well - she cut the key and told me to test it and come back the next day and pay if alls well. Hows that for customer service?

30 collins st (just across the road from the anz towers next to mcdonalds)

24-05-07, 07:40 AM
now thats great service , thanks for the heads up .. ;)

24-05-07, 06:18 PM
Mike did you get more than one key when you bought your meanie?

24-05-07, 06:37 PM
Mike did you get more than one key when you bought your meanie?

yeh , kawasaki always provide a spare key ..

24-05-07, 06:46 PM
I never got one and mine only had 13000 on the clock. You'd think the original owner would have had the key. the dealer never said anything about it either way.

24-05-07, 06:52 PM
carefull your bike doesnt go missing .. :eek:

24-05-07, 07:33 PM
It's come to mind...

Hopfully the disclock will deter anyone, regardless its insured.

Need to up that too.

03-07-07, 10:06 PM
Seems to be hard to find a keycutter that stocks key blanks for bikes. I go to a guy in a little arcade off Main St. Greensborough - he even had older model Laverda key blanks (probably one for every old Laverda in the country!)

04-07-07, 10:43 AM
Seeiing as we're on the topic of Keys.

I recently got a project/wreck from the auctions, but I only got one key.

The problem is its not a Red master key, I'm told by the Kawasaki dealers I must have this to make a copy.

Is this just them trying to get my business and stitch me for $100.

Surely there is some way to copy the eletronic data from the key I already have?

04-07-07, 12:33 PM
no red key , no key cut ..

04-07-07, 03:15 PM
:eek: No spare key, lost key, means I cant ride the bike