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What are some ideas of how we can remove that hideous rear license plate holder? We'd have to move the turn signals or reprogram the rear brake LED. And what can we do for the plate? Use a bracket on the rear mud guard? Hell, I may even try printing my plate as a half-size sticker and pasting it on the mud guard. So, ideas?
 

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I was planning on making a bracket to attach the plate somewhere around where the upper shock mount is, and for turn signals, I'll just go to the aftermarket with some stick on L.E.D. signals. (I know it won't be DOT, but the cops don't really care in ND)
 

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Yes that is probably doable. Also I saw a photo where the guy did not remove the entire thing, he cut it and left the first "shelf" or first part of the fender on. The only thing he removed was all the stuff that hangs down after the fend goes back. If that makes any sense. It looked good with a bit of the original black plastic back there but he still needed to mount the license plate and turn signals. The good news is that the entire contraction comes off with only four bolts.
 

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Tail tidies are already available from Thailand, never save the picture but there is also a under seat mount similar to the KSR type available pictured below.

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Not diggin the top photo at all. I will fab my own with that is all that is available come August.
 

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Yes that is probably doable. Also I saw a photo where the guy did not remove the entire thing, he cut it and left the first "shelf" or first part of the fender on. The only thing he removed was all the stuff that hangs down after the fend goes back. If that makes any sense. It looked good with a bit of the original black plastic back there but he still needed to mount the license plate and turn signals. The good news is that the entire contraction comes off with only four bolts.
Ohh perfect, just use some L brackets and fab something to bolt it straight in. I thought it was all one molded piece, so for days I've been thinking about dremmeling and how I could get it smooth where the fender is cut lol
 

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Good thread, I agree something has to be done with that huge attachment! I will probably just tuck the plate up in front of the wheel unless another slim/clean option comes up.
 
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