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I didn't like the way the license plate stood straight up. So I cut bracket up with a Drimmel, bent, belt sanded and welded everything back together where I wanted it. Took me all of about 15minutes and drying time on the rattle can paint.

Don't think it turned out to bad.
 

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Thank you. I am a fan of doing stuff myself. Not only to save money, but then it truly is custom.

Next up is the Bag/Fender Fillers - Need to be modified to allow the passenger back rest to fit.... This should be interesting....
 

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http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/survivor-org/images/d/d8/Beaker-oh-****.jpeg/revision/latest?cb=20140815205825 RICZ is not gonna like this..... ! :ltr:
 

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http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/survivor-org/images/d/d8/Beaker-oh-****.jpeg/revision/latest?cb=20140815205825 RICZ is not gonna like this..... ! :ltr:
HAHAHA - hey didn't show anyone how I did it..... LOL...
I could have even went a little further closer to the fender... But not bad for 15minutes of my time.
 

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Looks great! It has always satisfied me when I fabricate my own parts or existing ones for better looks. I used to frame/build homes. I loved tackling a really complicated or large custom home. My old business partner and I once built a 15,000 sq ft home with an attached riding arena and 12 car attached garage. It was a crazy home to frame... Took us 6 months just to frame it with a 6 man crew and 2 zoom booms.
 
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