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    Yakima Lock Core Removal

    Hello all,

    I just purchased a set of Q Towers for my car. I have a set of lock cores (6). I currently have 4 installed on the Lowrider on my SUV. I installed the 2 extra cores in the Q Towers and want to remove 2 cores from the Lowrider. I tried lightly tapping them on the rear and installing the key and pulling them out but that didn't work. Seems like the should be relatively easy to remove. I couldn't find anything on Yakima's website.

    If anyone has a method or solution for removing the cores, it would greatly appreciated if you could share.
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    Should I assume you've got the "blank" Yak installation / removal key?

    Unlock, remove key, insert "blank" key, wiggle, pull straight out. Might take a little prying with the tip of a scribe if it's been installed over a couple of winters.

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    Ahhhhhh! So that's what that key was for... Good thing I kept it with the rest of the paperwork. It worked perfectly. So where do I send the six pack to Speedub. Nate? Thanks a million.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redrider_stx
    Ahhhhhh! So that's what that key was for... Good thing I kept it with the rest of the paperwork. It worked perfectly. So where do I send the six pack to Speedub. Nate? Thanks a million.
    Just PM it to me. I'll get it.
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