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Champion 6 lever

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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 7:03 pm

Re: Champion 6 lever

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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 7:53 pm

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One Decoder sold.
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 8:01 pm

Re: Champion 6 lever

Lauren wrote:Wanted by popular demand:

FOR SALE: QTY. 1 DECODER (WITHOUT 9/64 ALLEN WRENCH).

DESCRIPTION: THIS TOOL IS MY OWN PERFECTED DESIGN. THE TOOL IMPRESSIONS THE TUMBLER STACK WHEN THE LOCK IS PICKED OPEN. THE TOOL CAN BE USED FOR MAKING A KEY BY USING THE OPPOSITE END AS A REVERSE IMPRESSION. THE TOOL BEHAVES AS A WORKING KEY WHEN TIGHTENED. THIS TOOL IS NOT A PICK SIMILAR TO AN ACE PICK. THE NEEDLES OF THE TOOL CAN BE SET TO DESIRED DEPTHS BASED ON DECODED DATA (DIAL CALIPER REQUIRED FOR SETTING DEPTHS). THE TOOL WORKS ON CHAMPION PANCAKE LOCKS AND MANY OTHER MANUFACTURERS.

PRICE: $35.00
SHIPPING: $5.00 (GREATER U.S.A. SALES ONLY)
PAYMENT METHOD: PAY PAL.

I WILL FILL ORDERS ONE AT A TIME, BASED ON SUPPLY. PM ME FOR INVENTORY FIRST.

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Hi Lauren: I see you don't ship to Canada so if you don't mind I would like to copy your design for my own personal use and give credit to you (with links) should I post any future decodes etc. .
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 8:48 pm

Re: Champion 6 lever

Sorry, you will have to buy my book when it comes out. Or, find someone else to buy and ship for you.
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 8:55 pm

Re: Champion 6 lever

Lauren wrote:Wanted by popular demand:

FOR SALE: QTY. 1 DECODER (WITHOUT 9/64 ALLEN WRENCH).

DESCRIPTION: THIS TOOL IS MY OWN PERFECTED DESIGN. THE TOOL IMPRESSIONS THE TUMBLER STACK WHEN THE LOCK IS PICKED OPEN. THE TOOL CAN BE USED FOR MAKING A KEY BY USING THE OPPOSITE END AS A REVERSE IMPRESSION. THE TOOL BEHAVES AS A WORKING KEY WHEN TIGHTENED. THIS TOOL IS NOT A PICK SIMILAR TO AN ACE PICK. THE NEEDLES OF THE TOOL CAN BE SET TO DESIRED DEPTHS BASED ON DECODED DATA (DIAL CALIPER REQUIRED FOR SETTING DEPTHS). THE TOOL WORKS ON CHAMPION PANCAKE LOCKS AND MANY OTHER MANUFACTURERS.

PRICE: $35.00
SHIPPING: $5.00 (GREATER U.S.A. SALES ONLY)
PAYMENT METHOD: PAY PAL.

I WILL FILL ORDERS ONE AT A TIME, BASED ON SUPPLY. PM ME FOR INVENTORY FIRST.

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This is a great deal, I know a similar tool (The Dix Pick) sells for $100!
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 9:02 pm

Re: Champion 6 lever

NP Lauren I will order one and get one of the lads to ship it up. Just have to get some money back in the bank as I got carried away this Xmas. I'll definitely get your book also when it comes out.
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 9:12 pm

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DIX PIX concept has some over-rated abilities. I have never been able to open a lock like an ACE pick would using my tool. I know logically speaking, my argument has a weakness.
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 9:21 pm

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Lauren wrote:DIX PIX concept has some over-rated abilities. I have never been able to open a lock like an ACE pick would using my tool. I know logically speaking, my argument has a weakness.


seems that it would be difficult if not impossible to random ly set the pins and get an open with the Dix pix or even yours. I believe your method of measuring the gates and then setting the tool to the correct depth is the way to go but haven't put any time into it yet. I purchased another "Champion" pancake w/key but of course I wasn't lucky enough to have that key work in the original. another project on the list/back burner after I try to impression the pile of keyless locks I have now.
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 9:53 pm

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Doogs, you're right.
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Post Thu Jan 01, 2015 11:47 pm

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It's cool that you are making these available Lauren!
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Post Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:40 am

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Just made today, and available for immediate purchase: My mini (slightly smaller than the version seen in my previous post). Same conditions and pricing.

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Post Wed Jan 14, 2015 3:48 am

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Another decoder sold...Thanks for the support! :smile:
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Post Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:35 am

Re: Champion 6 lever

So, I have been wanting to make an all stainless steel version of my Champion decoder tool. Wow! Slainless is hard to machine but, I got it right. The needles are stainless steel too (spring temper). I bought a rod of stainless bar stock and 50, 1 foot needles.

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This tool is truly one of a kind.
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Post Tue Mar 31, 2015 6:13 am

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Lauren wrote:So, I have been wanting to make an all stainless steel version of my Champion decoder tool. Wow! Slainless is hard to machine but, I got it right. The needles are stainless steel too (spring temper). I bought a rod of stainless bar stock and 50, 1 foot needles.

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This tool is truly one of a kind.



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Post Tue Mar 31, 2015 4:54 pm

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Looks great. Stainless for the win!
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