Your best shot at removing the lock if it is attached to something is
using bolt cutters. Unless you are in a very remote location that type
of lock is very reasonably priced and not worth spending a lot of time
on. In the US E is a letter not a number and by itself probably means
nothing. I hope this is of some help in solving your problem....
We don't give out combinations (or links to them) on this forum. While you
are probably honest, other folks would like the combination to someone
else's lock. Sorry we can't help you.
You should call a locksmith in your own area.
Either contact United Carr Fastener, the maker of your Dudley combination
lock about how to get its combination, or take it to the office of the
closest high school and explain you forgot its combination and ask them
to please look it up for you.
Dudley combination locks are pretty low security and just about every
high school on earth has a complete Dudley combination book somewhere in
their office, although they generally want the kids to fill in a ROLLODEX
card with their locker number, name, address and combination on it.
Used to be United Carr Fastener charged a dollar to send you your lock
back with its combination noted on a shackle tag, which was exactly what
a brand new lock cost.
Or y9ou can sit down and try dialling what you think is the right
combination and try the lock and note the combinations you have tried on
a piece of paper.
It makes for an interesting way to pass an evening when you have nothing
else to do.
kris ( email@example.com) writes: > Hi, >
Is this one of the silver locks with the silver dial? On the older versions
of this lock you can feel what feels like the gate on each wheel as you turn
the dial in the same way you would normally dial the combo while pulling up
on the shackle. But it isnt really the gate. The bastards. From memory
either add or subtract 7 from where the gate feels like it is and use that
as the combo and as I remember whether you add or subtract alternates as you
dial so if you subtract on the 1st R turn then add on the L turn then
subtract again when you turn R to the last number. The last one don't really
matter though if you get the first two right just keep turning the dial till
it pops open for the last number. If that doesn't work reverse it. It's been
along damn time since I screwed with one of these. If you want post the
serial if it's got one and I'll try looking it up for you. Normally I just
shim these. Search the net for "padlock shims". They work great on these and
the masters. Open them faster with a shim than you can with the combo. Just
ignore the "we don't give defeating information" fucking crap you're gonna
hear. Half of them couldn't give it even if they wanted to cause they don't
Yes we do you fucking Mormon halfwitt.
Who gives a shit?
Sorry we can't help you.
You prolly really fucking cant. Tryin to figure it out would make your brain
sieze. I mean JC you believe the fucking book of Mormon for Christs sake.