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Old 01-13-2010, 07:48 PM
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I need to replace the round cylinder lock in the tour pack on my 95 Ultra. I've looked in J&P cycles and can't find one. Anyone know if this is a dealer part, or where I can order one? Planning a trip to the Ozarks in May and would like to be able to lock it up.
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Old 01-13-2010, 08:09 PM
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Is the lock itself messed up or just the latch ?
Because you can buy just the latch for like $2.50
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What's wrong with the lock? A locksmith should be able to replace the cylinder for you. It's not a complicated part.
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Old 01-13-2010, 09:06 PM
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It's the lock itself. The round cylinder that the barrel key is suppose to unlock. It worked for awhile. Now it jamms up sometimes. I've tried squirting a litttle oil in it. No help. I'd rather order a new one if I can find one, rather than not being able to get it opened somewhere on the road.
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I bought replacements for my bags and tourpak from my local dealer a few years ago. May still be available from H-D.
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Old 01-14-2010, 06:00 AM
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Thanks GR, headed to the dealer this weekend. I looked in a couple of vendor catalogs, but couldn't find one, so maybe dealer can get me one.
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Old 01-14-2010, 06:55 AM
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BTW, squirting oil in an ACE lock is sure death. The only thing to use is dry graphite.
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They are a normally stocked dealer item, about $20. You can also buy (may have to order) a complete lock set so they are all keyed alike. I don't have a book for the part numbers...

Check the screw on the back end at the latch. Sometimes they get a tiny bit loose and cause problems with operating.
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Standard dealer-orderable item. When I got my Tour Pak, I had the dealer order a lock that matches my ignition key because I didn't want the hassle of having different keys. You just give them your VIN and they order it. Took about two weeks to get it. I think it was about $30. Money well spent!
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hardware store usually has those kind of locks. check there.
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