You can try to find a lock key but it's not always very easy to get a key to fit, that's why they are security/anti-theft locks. The easiest thing to do is hammer an old 1/2" drive socket onto the lock and then impact it off. This works 90% of the time so long as you are careful. If that doesn't work then it's going to be a little difficult. Then you will have to drill/cut the lock off or better yet, tack weld a 1/2" extension to the end of the lock and impact that off.
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