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ABUS DISKUS 26/70

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10ringo10

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Post Sat May 18, 2013 8:02 pm

ABUS DISKUS 26/70

well this is another abus lock picked or should i say opened useing a great tool nozza made me....works great ! :spool: :D
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Post Sat May 18, 2013 9:27 pm

Re: ABUS DISKUS 26/70

Well done mate , and thanks for the credit ! never had much success picking these bitches !
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Post Sat May 18, 2013 9:42 pm

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Turned up to a job this morning...saw it was the abus and after 10mins still could,nt spp the damn thing !
so i reached for your tool which is f...king great on these small keyways and pop...the customer bought this and was told it was "pickproof "
key was lost ..thanks man!
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Post Sat May 18, 2013 10:33 pm

Re: ABUS DISKUS 26/70

Ringo , don't you use an EPG on awkward locks ? i'm going to bite the bullet and get one in the next few weeks , i'm just filling up my toolbox while i work in a factory until xmas , couldn't avoid the bills any longer lol
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Post Sat May 18, 2013 11:09 pm

Re: ABUS DISKUS 26/70

nozza36 wrote:Ringo , don't you use an EPG on awkward locks ? i'm going to bite the bullet and get one in the next few weeks , i'm just filling up my toolbox while i work in a factory until xmas , couldn't avoid the bills any longer lol


only use the epg on euro,s as the pads normally have smaller keyways...not alot of room for the pick needle to do its work in !
i dont know if the springs are stronger or they just pack them with more anti pick pins , ive used this pick for a few years now and can recommend it !

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