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  1. #91
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    Default Gougler request

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnie View Post
    Greg, we need the # at the bottom on the back cover....Could the first digit possibly be a C==bring out the loope...
    It does look like a 'C'. It is double-stamped but with a loope it looks like two 'C' stamps slightly offset but one is much darker and is definitely a 'C'. So the corrected number is C4248.

  2. #92
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    Default Thanks wylk!

    Thanks wylk for your help and fantastic direction. I now have another working Gougler in my collection!!!

  3. #93
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    Was lead to believe that my J.B.M.K.L. is now a GOUGLER?? I'm new to this.

    Any possibility on a combo?

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    Thanks, John

  4. #94
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    Default Re Gougler comination request

    Howdy;
    I picked up this Gougler lock some years ago with the intent to pick it. However I failed and and have yet to get it open. It's a beautiful lock. The code is C259. If anyone has the combination for thiws code, I would love to have it and get this lock open.
    Thanks guys!

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  5. #95
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    Default Gougler code needed

    I have a gougler lock my dad received when he hired in at a plant 43 yrs ago and doesn't have the combination. The number on the back is 256 and at bottom it's C855 thanks

  6. #96
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirls1080 View Post
    I have a gougler lock my dad received when he hired in at a plant 43 yrs ago and doesn't have the combination. The number on the back is 256 and at bottom it's C855 thanks
    It might be worth reading the very first post in the thread...

  7. #97
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    Default Gougler combo needed

    I have a Gougler lock and would like help in trying to find the combination.
    The only numbers i can find are on the bottom of lock #0 2 4 1
    Thanks
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  8. #98
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    Default Jbmk

    Hi everyone,
    I have a JB Miller lock that I can't crack. I tried to do it by brute force, because after four clicks it's gone all the way around and makes a sound like it's resetting to the beginning of the "maze." And no matter what combo I try, I can't go further left than my starting point, so the number of possible combinations is pretty limited, if I'm understanding it right. It's in good shape, but it must be fairly old- it's pre-Gougler and says patent pending on the back, so it's possible that it's just not working. I think the number on the shackle is 488, but it's hard to tell. One of the 8's really looks like a 3, but that would mean I've got it upside down, and if I flip it over I'm not sure what else the 4 could be.

    I've also got a Slaymaker I'm looking for the combo for, but I'll try to find the right thread to post that one in.

    TIA!

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  9. #99
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    Default

    The pictures didn't make it, could you try again?

  10. #100
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    Oops. That's weird. I swear the all showed in when I composed it. Let me try it again. I'll add them as attachments as well, just in case.
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