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skinny domino
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sebr
Member since Feb 2007
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re: Problem solved!!

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It's hard to tell from that pic, but that's a huge fricking lock. I'm not sure a Walmart bolt cutter will get thru that
this, might have to wait for Harbour Freight to open - cud buy you some crack in the parking lot while waiting.


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Bunta
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Member since Oct 2007
7087 posts

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How can you see my email address??

Admin.
Also, have you tried using a file (if you have one) to create a notch for the bolt cutters like others have suggested?


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ByteMe
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Member since Sep 2003
19392 posts

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How can you see my email address??


I'm an Admin.

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They barely fit around the lock at the very tip of the cutters, and as soon as I start to close them they slip right off.....won't even scratch the lock.


I understand. The lock is very smooth...if you can get it to bite, you have it licked...it's harder to do with smaller cutters but it's doable if it fits around it, even barely. The smoothness of the metal is one of the problems, hence the file suggestion.


UFownstSECsince1950
Florida Fan
Member since Dec 2009
29529 posts

re: Problem solved!!
You're an admin?? Haven't I cursed your name before? kidding


Thanks for all the advice. Hopefully the firefighters help me out tmr if they're not busy and have a minute. Maybe I'll get a video and post it. Night y'all


ByteMe
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2003
19392 posts

re: Problem solved!!
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you should try getting a hammer




I'm not going to lie..I've been pissed off and beat the shite out of things (starters) with a hammer and it worked. I don't recommend it, just saying.


Bunta
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Member since Oct 2007
7087 posts

re: Problem solved!!
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I'm not going to lie..I've been pissed off and beat the shite out of things (starters) with a hammer and it worked. I don't recommend it, just saying.


When I was a kid my dad had a printer in his office that would often stop working. When it did he'd pick it up and slam it down on the desk and it would start working again.
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ByteMe
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Member since Sep 2003
19392 posts

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Haven't I cursed your name before?


I don't know but you wouldn't be the first. You don't have to worry about being banned for calling me out. Besides it not being a bannable offense, I don't take those things serious.


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ByteMe
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Member since Sep 2003
19392 posts

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When I was a kid my dad had a printer in his office that would often stop working. When it did he'd pick it up and slam it down on the desk and it would start working again.


I can relate to that too. I had a fax machine back in the day that needed similar encouragement. Do fax machines even exist anymore? I'm showing my age.


NATidefan
Alabama Fan
Two hours North of Birmingham
Member since Dec 2008
25119 posts

re: Problem solved!!
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Do fax machines even exist anymore? I'm showing my age.


Yes.. I do IT work and they are actually still very prominent... due to needing a signed signature for documents and offices not having a digital signature pad....

National Signing Day is a good example of how prominent a role fax machines still play.


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St Augustine
New Orleans Saints Fan
The Pauper of the Surf
Member since Mar 2006
43062 posts

re: Problem solved!!
Someone isn't strong enough to knock a lock sideways with a hammer, or snap it with a boltcutter ? What would your mma and cross it heroes think of you?
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Coast Tiger
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2005
1099 posts

re: Problem solved!!
Drill the lock out. Get a big bit and drill right into the key hole
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Papa Tigah
LSU Fan
TIGER ISLAND, LA
Member since Sep 2007
11783 posts

re: Problem solved!!
Bolt cutters


Sir Drinksalot
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2005
13590 posts

re: Problem solved!!
What's in the trailer?
It's like pulp fiction.

I didn't read the thread, just skipped to the end.


heypaul
Penn Fan
The O-T Lounge
Member since May 2008
29205 posts

re: Problem solved!!
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What's in the trailer? It's like pulp fiction. I didn't read the thread, just skipped to the end.

I read every damn word of this train wreck.
He don't say what's in the there, but he does have the key.

I'm not convienced he can't twist that lock up in order to use the key!?!?

Oh and jort dude, next time lock a lock that damn big upside down.
(So you can access the key hole)


Sir Drinksalot
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2005
13590 posts

re: Problem solved!!
What a moron. That trailer is probably full of moron stuff.

Lets go, this thread sux.


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fishfighter
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Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2008
20620 posts

re: Problem solved!!
No grinder, hacksaw. Young people just don't think anymore.


Arkla Missy
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Ark-La-Miss
Member since Jan 2013
9375 posts

re: Problem solved!!
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Oh and jort dude, next time lock a lock that damn big upside down.
(So you can access the keyhole.)

This is the first thing I thought when I read the thread. Maybe he'll remember this next time.


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lsualum01
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2008
1082 posts

re: Problem solved!!
It can be done with two pair of channel locks torqued in opposite directions.


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Capt ST
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Middle of the Mall
Member since Aug 2011
6748 posts

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No grinder, hacksaw. Young people just don't think anymore.


Side grinder would be thru that in a minute.


fishfighter
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2008
20620 posts

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Side grinder would be thru that in a minute.



Young people. Mom and Dad always bailed the OP out.


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