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I couldn't stand that big plastic fender with the license plate anymore. Was going to buy a relocator bracket but could find what I wanted. Decided to give it a go. Used 1/8" aluminum plate and the brake light mounting holes to mount the holder. No new holes just longer bolts. Would of liked to curve it to match the fender but I don't have the equipment to do it right. Really cleaned up the rear.
 

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I couldn't stand that big plastic fender with the license plate anymore. Was going to buy a relocator bracket but could find what I wanted. Decided to give it a go. Used 1/8" aluminum plate and the brake light mounting holes to mount the holder. No new holes just longer bolts. Would of liked to curve it to match the fender but I don't have the equipment to do it right. Really cleaned up the rear.
Nicely done! I went a little different route. Initially I was going to do exactly what you did, but wanted a little sleeker look.
 

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Looks nice and clean. Had the same question Brake lights and signals?
Yep. They are all there in that picture. It's a pretty cool setup that several of the guys are using. I'm sure Jay will post another photo that is all lit up for you.
 

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Looks nice and clean. Had the same question Brake lights and signals?
Yep. They are all there in that picture. It's a pretty cool setup that several of the guys are using. I'm sure Jay will post another photo that is all lit up for you.
Yep, Schu's right, as usual. Intregrated tail-stop-turn-license plate lights in the license plate frame. I also added a 6" strip just under the seat. Land vehicle Tire Vehicle Wheel Car
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