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Thread: Curved License Plate Frames from HD

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    Default Curved License Plate Frames from HD

    Not anything new just new from moco


    Designed to replace the original-equipment black license plate bracket, installation requires no drilling or rewiring. The front frame cover conceals the plate’s mounting holes and raw edges, and the curved shape hides the unfinished rear side of the plate. Available in chrome or gloss-black finish, the complete kit includes all required mounting hardware. It fits many 2006-later Touring models, 2005-later Softail Deluxe and 2005-’07 Softail Springer Classic models. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details.
    Last edited by Gas Man; 04-09-2012 at 03:42 PM.
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    I like the look, but I don't believe they make them to fit a stock RK like mine.

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    Yeah, dumpy lookin if you ask me.

    Dis what you need, mang.

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    Not a great pic but I put the laid back curved one on from kuryakn.

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    I like the position of kosher's but I don't like the 3 holes left behind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    I like the position of kosher's but I don't like the 3 holes left behind.
    Yeah, I agree, not ideal, but the three black hole inserts are not horrible. I had a custom piece on my Heritage, I'm thinking about doing the something similar for the king.

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    Yeah that would be cool. The remaining fender holes is why I didn't do a spring seat on the Nightster. I didn't like what was left behind and the cover up they offered is fugly.

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    If you want something to cover up the fender holes, Top Down Products has some nice products.

    See http://www.topdownproducts.com/html/gra-fix.html

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    o the fender hole cover is the upper right image on the left side pictures if that makes sense.

    These are his stock items but he can do pretty much anything you want.

    If you want a custom piece, send a note to dennis.sauro at topdownproducts dot com
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