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You can't. Despite what you may have seen on YouTube, a single tennis ball does not generate enough air pressure to force open a lock. Mythbusters actually attempted to duplicate the video and could not do so, even with high pressure air hoses.
no u cannot i saw it an it got proved wrong
yeah, if you throw the ball through the window.
Oh sure...why not?
tennis ball obviously.... http://www.break.com/index/unlock_your_car_with_a_tennis_ball.html
it really depends on what tennis tournament it is, but for most they get a car and $100, 000. hope this was helpful. rebecca
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How do you unlock the car from the outside
you go into your car and unlock it
Your best bet is to take a tennis ball or rubber raquet ball and throw it at one of the windows. It wont damage the car, but the vibration should set off the alarm.
I need to unlock a jvc-kw-xr616 car stereo
A locksmith can cost anywhere from $30 to $100. I have locked my keys in my car before and it cost $60. It can be really expensive, but so needed.
The term 'tennis ball hopper' is pretty broad, covering a variety of different tennis court equipment. Tennis ball tubes can be used to pick up balls and as a dispenser you hang on the fence. They generally hold about 15-18 balls and are great for individuals who don't hit more than a couple of dozen balls in a session. Another type of tennis ball hopper is a ball basket. You typically use these to pick up balls by pushing the bottom of the basket on the ball and squeezing it into the storage bin. Many of these models allow you to flip the handles so that the basket can be used like a stand that you can easily grab balls out of. Another type of tennis ball hoppers are the ball carts. These look somewhat like grocery carts. You can't use them to pick up balls, but they can hold about 200-350 balls. One model in particular has collapsible legs that allow it to fit in the trunk of a car. Finally, there are the ball mowers. These are designed to quickly gather large numbers of balls into a container. You push them like a lawn mower and the mechanism inside the mower feeds the ball into a storage unit. Some models of mowers can double as stands or allow you to set up the storage unit like a stand.