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I wanted to add a Powerlet outlet to my right side bag , I have a lot of experience and trust in the Powerlet products and recently added an outlet to my side cover too , to power some heated gear . I wanted power in my bag for charging electrical components while at the same time keeping them out of the elements . The factory hole in the bag is much too big and the Powerlet outlet just dropped through the hole , this is where my BFF Ric came in . After getting his best selling laydown plate bracket , I asked if he could use the same material to make me a plate that I could secure to the inside of the bag that I could bore a smaller hole in to fit my new outlet plug . This is what I got , hole already drilled in the perfect spot , Thank you Ric ! This little plate is a PERFECT fit and looks factory . He has these available for anybody interested , there is factory wiring under the fender exactly for this procedure and reaches the bag perfectly .
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Nice!
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Thanks Mark ! Easy to do too .

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Thanks for the tip LM.....

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I used the 3M adhesion promoter for a rock solid permanent mount , man you better get it on straight the first time or you will need a crowbar to get it off .

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Mags must think that,just cuz I'm now retired, I'm just sitting and twiddling my thumbs, looking for things to do. He's partially right! I do have the template and can make more, if there is interest. I'll figure a price per the amount of requests. The more, the lower the price.
I'm able to keep the price of the laydown license plate bracket down to $35 because of the volume I sell and can produce them in groups. There are 29 steps to making the bracket, so doing them production style saves time.

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I wanted to add a Powerlet outlet to my right side bag , I have a lot of experience and trust in the Powerlet products and recently added an outlet to my side cover too , to power some heated gear . I wanted power in my bag for charging electrical components while at the same time keeping them out of the elements . The factory hole in the bag is much too big and the Powerlet outlet just dropped through the hole , this is where my BFF Ric came in . After getting his best selling laydown plate bracket , I asked if he could use the same material to make me a plate that I could secure to the inside of the bag that I could bore a smaller hole in to fit my new outlet plug . This is what I got , hole already drilled in the perfect spot , Thank you Ric ! This little plate is a PERFECT fit and looks factory . He has these available for anybody interested , there is factory wiring under the fender exactly for this procedure and reaches the bag perfectly .
Nice work, Mags (and Ric)!

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That looks great Mags and Ric- when I get a CC I will definitely be ordering one.

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Nice addition Mags ...I've been waiting to see how you did this.

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