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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-30-2010, 06:10 PM
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The next step is to have mine chromed.
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Looks good man. Is the pin striping on the rear fender reflective or just standing out in the flash?
It's just standing out from the flash .

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That is cool!
Let me know if your going to start making these things. I'll take one.
What are you going to do about lighting the License plate up at night?
I mounted 2 LED license plate bolt lights under the fender just above the plate , lights it up real good . Just fabbed up a couple brackets and bolted them on using existing bolts from tail light assembly mount . I turned flash off on second pic .
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I mounted 2 LED license plate bolt lights under the fender just above the plate , lights it up real good . Just fabbed up a couple brackets and bolted them on using existing bolts from tail light assembly mount . I turned flash off on second pic .
I did a similar job on mine. I agree that those LED bolts do a jam up job of lighting the plate if mounted higher up around the fender. I mounted mine just behind the turn signal
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cool mount....Just lost mine yesterday

The area around the mount bolt and washer is the most important. Good job, plenty of meat there.
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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-23-2012, 04:41 PM
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im in the process of making my own plate mount. has anyone tried tapping the inside of the axle nut to hold the plate mount?
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post #17 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 04:19 PM
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At Schmud I had the same plateholder as you in picture five but mine broke off one day and I lost my license plate, the holder and the inspection. The weak point is where the bolts go through and the thinnest part of the metal.


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ID:	15421 this is my newest plate holder. Diamond plate polished and bolted into the hub.


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interesting. I like it though!

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The idea was something minimal that no one else has done.


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