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post #11 of 198 (permalink) Old 05-23-2013, 09:50 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks for your order SO. I was looking at a photo of my XR before I came up with that bracket and I could not believe that Ma Vic would go to all that trouble to produce a beautiful and uniquely designed bike and then stick it with a shiny, vertical license plate holder. Maybe it's another federal standard they have to obey. Fortunately, for us, they provided a way to correct that. Maybe that was intentional, you think?

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Then we won't be discussing the intricacies of male and female threads anytime soon, eh?
maybe you shouldnt be calling it a"laydown" bracket then,
either. cant wait to get mine on.

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maybe you shouldnt be calling it a"laydown" bracket then,
either. cant wait to get mine on.
Then there's the matter of the four short screws when mounting the plate.

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in case ric decides to make more, be sure to get one. very
nice and personally autographed by the builder. so simple to
install even an irvman can do it.

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in case ric decides to make more, be sure to get one. very
nice and personally autographed by the builder. so simple to
install even an irvman can do it.
More in stock...come and get 'em! Send personal check for $35 and the best laydown license bracket will be on its way to a bike near you. Be sure to include your forum handle (name), mailing address and phone number.

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Another batch of laydown brackets is hot off the press! See post #1 for all the gory details. They go fast at only $35 including shipping, so act fast.
They fit Cross bikes and any that have the same notch for the license in the rear fender.

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I'll be telling a friend about this one =)

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I'll be telling a friend about this one =)
How about one for your bike? You'll love the result if you still have that billboard of an OEM bracket.

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Do you think these self locking screws will fit that bracket ? I use these on my factory bracket.




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Do you think these self locking screws will fit that bracket ? I use these on my factory bracket.

http://www.amazon.com/Cruiser-Access.../dp/B00032KBFE
Go to post #1 and there you will find that my bracket comes with four 1/4-20 female threaded inserts. There is no clearance for nuts of any kind on the two bottom screws. I also furnish the appropriate screws to mount the bracket to the fender. I could not have made my bracket more complete or easier to install.

2010 Midnight Cherry XR. 7Jurock, Lloydz AF, ATS, AFR tuned VFCIII, IAV, and T-6 and locally repacked pipes = big smiles. SOLD to a dear friend, so it's still in the family."
2017 Spyder F3 Limited - keeps this old guy in the wind and riding with friends.
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