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Old 06-25-2015
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What Pop and Lock Should I use? Originally plastic handle but now it's metal

I have a 2006 Ranger. Originally had the plastic handle.

Now, it has a metal handle.

The Pop and Lock sites specifies plastic handles for my year, but metal handles for earlier years.

Do I use the earlier year's version due to the metal handle specification?

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Will be watching this thread. My 2003 XLT is in desparate need of a tailgate lock..
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