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Re: Finally somone came out with a kit to... (998)

$49.00 .....?

I made mine for $2.60
 
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Re: Finally somone came out with a kit to... (Mental998)

$2.60...you got ripped off, i made mine out of scrap aluminum for free


motowheels' looks identical to mine...do you think i can sue them?

except i mounted the oem light to mine
 
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Re: Finally somone came out with a kit to... (chiromikey)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by chiromikey »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">$2.60...you got ripped off, i made mine out of scrap aluminum for free
except i mounted the oem light to mine
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Mine's done exactly like that.
 
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Re: Finally somone came out with a kit to... (Capt. Home Slice)

Some people take their bikes to the dealership to have the oil changed. For those types of folks, a kit like this will be very handy.
 
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Re: Finally somone came out with a kit to... (chiromikey)

ditto
 
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Re: Finally somone came out with a kit to... (HeckLer1979)

Usually people tuck their plates not for a cleaner appearence, but to avoid their "lucky" number from coming up in the ticket lottery.

If this is the case, why not bend your plate to form an laid over "L".

Price: Free!
 
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i'd have to disagree with you heist...i think most people do it for the cleaner look compared to that plastic tractor trailer fender that comes attatched from the factory.
 
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Are those plate thingies supposed to be connected to the bike? ....

....and I should remove it from the back of my helmet?
 
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