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(347) Abus 82 Series Bypass Explained


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  1. you should try to break into the abus disc bike lock that they claim to be un-drill-able, and all the above. let's see if they are telling the trurth

  2. music wire in diff widths sharpened to a point works well on supposedly non bypassing locks, in tap with hammer into brass and slide. job done

  3. I'll be the first to admit I know next to nothing about lock-picking, but it seems to me, given how actively the bold (I think) launches out once you've bypassed it, that you could whack the lock against something hard and slide the brass part down with the impact, releasing it. Is that just wishful thinking? I'd hope the spring was stronger, but it'd be something I'd try if I saw those innards on a lock

  4. did u tried to shim it ? im curious about it ! Nice video love it ! im a new to your chanel and you really and you just turn my hobby in to some adiction !!

  5. when it is a cheap lock. it is just a fucking cheap lock. not a Chinese cheap lock. it's fucking useless, cause it's fucking Cheap!!!

  6. I know NOTHING about locks! I'm more into electronics but I agree with cyberpick…You are brilliant :). To me what you guys do is magic and it worries me that a skilled 'bad' guy can break into the two dead locks and basic house key lock in my front door in minutes that I have in my home. Any advise? Or do I need to resort to electrocution if you fiddle with the locks?

  7. Could you make the job easier by pushing the shackle IN and only then stab into the actuator? Less travel and wear for the knife, maybe it would even open instantly?

  8. They ignore me ever since the moment they were not able to cooperate. I think my locksmith has a list though I will ask him and thanks I will go for it then 🙂

  9. You dont need ask…I got the video done of the 90 yesterday. Go for it I got other stuff to post. I might be wrong, but I think there might be more ABUS locks to bypass. I emailed ABUS about manufacture codes…any luck there?

  10. I love it when you do cutaways to explain bypasses. Really excellent video, thanks for taking the time to explain the process.

  11. I think I am gone buy the biggest one, the 90 because that one is expensive and will leave an expression when being opened that easily. Gotte ask JM if he does not mind me doing that first though.

  12. And now Abus screws again…
    All they would have to do is close the back of the keyway, just like in the good old days. But Abus is not going to listen to us anyway. I also have to get me that lock and try it.

  13. I. OK Cool…when I'm done if you need the cut away back let me know…the the other lock is going to get passed on to another YouTuber to enjoy.

  14. Bill thanks for posting this. There are 2 keyways for each series of lock 85/40 KBL & KBR. Then the keyway jumps to 85/50 KBL & KBR for 82/90. I got all 3 Locks to Bypass today but the 63, 70 are tight.

  15. I got thinking and couldn't you just hit the lock against the table or with a hammer and the force will let the spring loaded catch down?

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