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Old 1 Week Ago   #1
 
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Lock part number for Prospector

Does anyone's have a part number for a pair of locks keyed the same that fit a Canyon Prospector?

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I would recommend that you use combination locks, not keyed locks. I have never had anything stolen on the river so I just use bolts, washers and nuts finger tight to keep the bears out.
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I use small locking carabiners.
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Both good ideas, thanks guys. Can you imagine loosing your key day 1 and having to get into one of those with whatever gear you have on the river?
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Most bears can't read

I second a bolt and wing nut. But if you want locks, get two combo locks and write the combo directly on them with a sharpie.
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I second a bolt and wing nut. But if you want locks, get two combo locks and write the combo directly on them with a sharpie.
id engrave it just in case the sharpie got rubbed off
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