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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-12-2008, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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Lost key replacement

I lost my 1998 Wide Glide keys in a house fire anybody know how to replace them . Thanks
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Bring your title into Harley dealer they can cut you a key or get you a key code that a locksmith can use to make you your key.
Remove ignition lock or secondary lock (helmet or gas tank or seat lock) take it to a locksmith and they will make you a key.

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Bring your title into harley dealer they can cut you a key or get you a key code that a locksmith can use to make you your key.

Remove ignition lock and take it to a locksmith and they will make you a key.
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Thanks for the fast responce what do I need to get the ingnition lock out & will I need to bring title to the lock smith too .
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Thanks for the fast responce what do I need to get the ingnition lock out & will I need to bring title to the lock smith too .
I hope the locksmith will require the Title but if you just bring your title to Harley you dont need to remove your lock.

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post #6 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-12-2008, 10:29 PM
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97 Dyna uses the cylinder type keys,I had to get a new one and ordered it from the H.D.dealer.did`nt take very long to get the new one.
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Ya lost the title in the house fire too , so I have to get a duplacate & in the middle of a sale and would like to get it running in the mean time , you all no how hard it is to sell an old evo with out losing your shirt or having them run . I do agree I hope the locksmith needs to see a title for all of your sakes but for me it would be nice to find Joe the locksmith & just get the key but that wont happen but if this was shady keys would be falling from the sky HAHA. Thanks guys for the help just gunna have to see what happens .
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Yes MrMatty51 your right it looks like a freezer key round are the new ones diff.
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Yes MrMatty51 your right it looks like a freezer key round are the new ones diff.
I do`nt know if the new Harleys are still using the cylinder keys.
I tried the local locksmith and He told Me that the only place I would get that key would be from the H.D.dealer.
You won`t need the title IF You have a copy of the registration and Your drivers license or a photo ID.
If You do`nt have the registration the courthouse should be able to print one off for You on the spot,At least they do here in backwoods Montana.
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Thanks thats a little easyer .
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