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Old 10-08-2012, 03:24 PM   #1
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Pop lock, manual version

I have read a few threads here on pop lock tail gate locks,

My 2012 has the tail gate handle camera, I want to use the keyed lock, not key fob mod version, I have read that the camera gets shifted to the other side of handle?

How bad is the angle when it's moved?

Do they make an upgraded version or only 1 manual type?

Thanks

I have a fiberglass tonneau cover and when gate is closed and tonneau is closed how do thieves get the tail gate down? Seems like the lip on mine won't let it down?
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The angle is fine. It is the same as stock but a little more to the left.

There are 2 manual types. One for the camera and one without it.
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you can barely notice i difference, its made really well
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Thanks, gettin the camera 1. At amazon
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Sorry Christian

Sorry. Whipper snapper I saw your link after I placed my order, next time
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You won't regret it.. It isn't noticeable on the camera and locking the gate will give you peace of mind..
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handle is harder to operate and mine is showing wear marks from use after only 3 months...however it's good to have and the angle isn't changed much
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I found the same thing about it being harder to operate.. I used dry graphite powder on everything and it is much better now.
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