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Hidden spare key


manny
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I always like to have a spare key when I am out on the bike & have always found a place to hide one. On my tenere I got a blank key cut that can open the passenger seat only because it doesn't have a chip in it, I then punched a small hole in the center of the spare rh side aux power grommet, then fixed the filed down key blank to a screw through the hole. I then cable tied the spare key with chip that you get with the bike from new under the main seat. so if you loose your main key when your out on the bike just pop the grommet out to open passenger seat, undo the main seat to access spare key. 

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having mislaid a key once , i always have a lanyard round my neck....key out and on lanyard...always. never mislaid one since.(touch wood). its now habit.

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Hey Manny, good idea I’ve always carried a blank in my wallet and the spare somewhere under the seat as well. Cheers mate.  

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