How to open a lock with a nut wrench

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+31 1. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

"How to open cheap, unshrouded padlocks with two nut wrenches," just sayin'. 8-)
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+7 2. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

Gonna' go get me a few bikes now >:)
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+10 3. Burimi commented 8 years ago

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+4 4. huldu commented 8 years ago

I'm just curious, those padlocks shown in the video aren't fully made out of metal? It looks more like they shatter from the pressure. How would those two wrenches work on a normal padlock made out of brass(?) or whatever they normally make them out of?
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+3 5. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

Gonna throw myself on the train here and say "what are those padlocks made of, plastic?" :P Doubt this will work on anything more expensive that those in the video
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+4 6. kirkelicious commented 8 years ago

#5 They look as if they are made from sintered metal. Sintering is a process of first compacting metal powder into the desired shape and then baking it. The resulting quality of those metal composites ranges from amazing to (in this case) complete rubbish.
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+2 7. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

I was kinda being sarcastic about the plastic :) O:)
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+4 8. badasspuppy commented 8 years ago

Here's a brass one, same technique:

Unless you have something really tough and with a very tight loop, the wrenches will always withstand more pressure than the lock can. It would be cool to see someone test this out with a wider range of locks.
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0 9. braveheart2052 commented 8 years ago

you could probably bite those locks off ! are ya kidding me ! what are those plastic luggage locks ! lmao. :O :x :D
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+1 10. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

#8 Thanks for the link, I was really looking for something like that :)

#2 Now I'm pretty much sure I'm gonna get me a few bikes tonight >:) >:) >:)
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+1 11. tiggfigg commented 8 years ago

This is an improvement over Master locks that can be opened by a key made from a pop can.