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Old 06-22-2003, 04:40 AM   #21
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whys that..
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yea before i drilled the holes in my bumper i saw the factory ones at the bottom...i asked the guy at the auto part store (checkers auto) and he said it was for the factory ram air setup...so i figured that must be it...i guess not...how do you mount the license on there?
The factory plate bracket wraps around under the bumper whils still holding the plate straight. It conforms to the overall shape of the front bumper. You then just need to ue some small nuts and bolts to hold it in place. The plate itself mounts to the bracket like on any other car. If you try using something other than the factory bracket you will have a hell of a time installing it without drilling new holes.
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this is what my front licence plate looks like, bolted to the pre-drilled factory holes

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this is what my front licence plate looks like, bolted to the pre-drilled factory holes
Doesn't that affect the cooling to your rad ?
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i was thinkin bout that and you should put it on hinges, so that at speed it doesnt get in the way of your radiator hehehe, catch the cop on a technicality. " But officer, its there... look! "
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i was thinkin bout that and you should put it on hinges, so that at speed it doesnt get in the way of your radiator hehehe, catch the cop on a technicality. " But officer, its there... look! "

hey i like thte way you think...put a like garage door type thing..or a switch inside...so when the cop pulls you over you flip the switch and it goes up...then when you ahve the switch flipped the other way it folds down onto that piece or something...anyone know how to do it let me know...Ill try it..!
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