I used a roll of velcro and stuck it on the tunnel where it narrows out in hieght at the back. I grinded it off on an angle and slightly bent the edges in so you boots wont snag and it fits perfect. I will never drill a hole in my sled and thats how i'll hang em untill they come with a plate holder.
I thought all plates had to be mounted on the left side of the tunnel. That way it is always visible to road when riding in the ditch. This is why I mount mine as far back on the tunnel so my saddle bags cover them. That way the police can't read the plate from the road when I go by.
Are you guys not allowed to use custom numbers? They tried to take that away from us a few years ago and there was a big uprising and they changed it back. No one wants to put a big scab on their brand new 12000K sled. I put them on the windshield last year . Not good if you smash your windshield though, but highly visible sorta OPP style ,lol
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