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    Post Number Plate Holder.

    Well, seeing as that my bike is not in the greatest of conditions and not new. I have some work to do.

    Firstly to when I get her back I have to get her legal. Number one on the list is a number plate holder as the old one was sawed off by someone for who knows what reason. Now She cant take a legal size plate.

    Well below is a 3d model I just completed of the one I am planning to build out of Alimunium.

    What do you guys thinks and do you have any suggestions.

    I will make another model of what it will look like with the indicators and numberplate light.
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    hmm i like ,
    what may be an option tho it to take the two supports a bit further down the plate at it may vibrate and fatigue quick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by halo123. View Post
    hmm i like ,
    what may be an option tho it to take the two supports a bit further down the plate at it may vibrate and fatigue quick?
    +1

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    That might be a great idea, then I can tie it down better as well.

    Looking to put a nice LED light as numberplate light on the alimunium or plastic angle parts infront top of the plate.

    What do you guys think about my graphic skills in 3d drawing...first one I ever did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlaYer View Post
    That might be a great idea, then I can tie it down better as well.

    Looking to put a nice LED light as numberplate light on the alimunium or plastic angle parts infront top of the plate.

    What do you guys think about my graphic skills in 3d drawing...first one I ever did.
    Bwahaha its a lot better than mine, i can see it in my head but there is not artistic skill in me, so i draw it and it looks kakr but i know it will work .
    Have a very tech mind tho so it could just be how i percieve things
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