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Hi, I am trying to look for a spot on my wee to hide a spare key. Since my tool kit is under the seat and a key is needed to remove it I need a spot which requires no tools to remove panels and the like, Thanks
 

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I keep an extra ignition + saddlebag key in a small pouch in the inside chest pocket of my riding jacket, so it is always with me.
 

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I keep a spare in my wallet. Not sure if that's an option for you.
 

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I carry a spare bike key and truck key in my wallet. I ground down the plastic heads to make them less bulky.
 

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There are some spots in the front fareing where a key can be velcroed....
 

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i carry mine in my cambelback it has a key tag holder in it..
 

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I had an ignition key made at the locksmith, a flat blank, it fits in my wallet with no trouble. Then I cable tied a Givi luggage key under the seat. If I lose my key ring, I can use the ignition key in my wallet lift the seat and have a key for my bags and top box. Some years ago, on a weekend out of town, we came out of a restaurant, and I coudn't find my keys, panic set in till I checked the many many pockets on my riding jacket and pants and found it. I've since gotten better at always keeping the keys in the same pocket, that helps too.
 

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"Seriously", I like the idea of velcro held within the front fairing. I have enough spare keys in my wallet already, Thanks for the replys
 

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Now, if I want to steal a Wee in St. Catharines, I'll know where to look for the spare key... seriously.
 

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I keep an extra ignition + saddlebag key in a small pouch in the inside chest pocket of my riding jacket, so it is always with me.
Yup, with me, on me. That way I have it if I need it. Same for my house key, just in case someone steals my bike. That way when I get home, I'm not locked out. :beatnik:
 

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I had an ignition key made at the locksmith, a flat blank, it fits in my wallet with no trouble. Then I cable tied a Givi luggage key under the seat. If I lose my key ring, I can use the ignition key in my wallet lift the seat and have a key for my bags and top box. Some years ago, on a weekend out of town, we came out of a restaurant, and I coudn't find my keys, panic set in till I checked the many many pockets on my riding jacket and pants and found it. I've since gotten better at always keeping the keys in the same pocket, that helps too.
I have a wallet with a chain, instead of hooking it to a belt loop, I got my ring of spare keys on the other end



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The plastic faring just forward of the fuel tank is a good place to tape an emergency key. You can always find something to push the release in the pins.
 

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If you happen to have an aerostich suit or jacket most have a pocket near the sleeve cuff perfect for spare keys (and not much else). I keep a key there on trips and while I've never had to use it would have had access if needed.
 

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Inside the rear wheel. Why on earth would you post where you hide a spare key? The meaning of the word hide is lost if you post it on the internet. Now I do have to hide it inside the rear wheel!

Do I think theres some jerk prowling the web for info like this? YES.
 
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