Does anyone know of license plate bracket were the angle can be adjusted? I would like for it to come in a whole lot more unlike this example.
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Didn't use Hotbody but I assume it would work for it as well. Just turn it around the otherway so it angles toward the frame/seat of the bike. That's what I did with mineDoes anyone know of license plate bracket were the angle can be adjusted? I would like for it to come in a whole lot more unlike this example.
This may not work in Chicago. IL is fairly strict, as most states are to license plate placement. The angle, it appears, makes it difficult to read from a distance and may cause you to get cited if you met an officer in a bad mood. It looks like your plate is basically positioned where it's flat against the bottom. This is especially true for IL residents due to I-Pass and other tollways. You also have no light which means at night, that license plate is even more difficult to read. I'd change the angle...but that's just me. Here's the legal jargon:Made my own with a twist, thanks Sandman for the motivation.
Started off with this, didnt really like the color or bends in the bracket and no welder, lol.
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Decided to use the stock plate bracket by grinding off one of the welded nuts with a dremel.
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Drilled a hole to adjust spacing.
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Not too pretty but it worked.
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Reused grounded off nut, and here is the final result.
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