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Tailgate Lock incorporates BOLT codeable technology.

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August 2, 2013 - Tailgate locks are chrome full handle replacements with chrome finish (PL1350C) designed with BOLT® codeable lock technology, which allows tailgate to be coded to factory ignition key. Product provides secure locking option to factory tailgate for Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra Series (1500, 2500, and 3500). Design specifically fits current platform for Chevy Silverado 2007–2013 models and GMC Sierra 2008–2013 models.

VSI

1271 Contract Dr., Green Bay, WI, 54307, USA

Original Press Release

Pop & Lock LLC Introduces New Tailgate Lock Featuring BOLT® Codeable Technology

Press release date: July 31, 2013

Green Bay, WI – Pop & Lock LLC, a worldwide provider of tailgate security products, announced the release of their newest tailgate locks for the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra Series (1500, 2500, and 3500). This new product is a full handle replacement with a chrome finish.

Designed to fit the current platform for the Chevy Silverado (2007 - 2013) and the GMC Sierra (2008 - 2013), this replacement component will provide a secure locking option to the factory tailgate.  The chrome full handle replacement (PL1350C) is designed with BOLT® codeable lock technology which allows the tailgate to be coded to the factory ignition key.  “We are very excited to partner with BOLT on this new product and look forward to expanding our product line featuring their codeable lock technology”, says Jeff Pierquet, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for VSI, LLC, the parent company of Pop & Lock.

Pop & Lock was purchased in 2011 by VSI, LLC and relocated to Green Bay, WI.  VSI is the largest producer of automotive grade locksets for the North American Heavy Truck Market.

For additional information regarding Pop & Lock, please contact Jeff Pierquet at (800)-342-5911 or jeff@popnlock.net.

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