Kennythekey

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Mounting options
With the parking sensor on the left, you really have to push the plate as close to the right to the recovery point as practically possible. Vertically you have about 1 inch of adjustment up or down.
The 4 screws that mount the plate to the bracket are not normal #14 plate screws they are smaller (#10) and have fine thread. Just a FYI.
Plate angle
There is only 2 angles the plate can be mounted, parallel to the angle of the bumper pocket and flush(ish). Unfortunately there is no option for it to be dead strait without an angle.

I choose the flush(ish) angle in the pictues below. I think it looks pretty sharp!

*Small footnote, in CO any license plate relocation is technically illegal since 2018. Check your state laws and be aware of the risks.*

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My first post.
This is great information, so thanks. I too live in Colorado, and was wondering if I’m not actually relocating the plate if there is anything technically illegal? So, this would be the original location of the plate.
 

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My first post.
This is great information, so thanks. I too live in Colorado, and was wondering if I’m not actually relocating the plate if there is anything technically illegal? So, this would be the original location of the plate.
https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb18-028

"Requirement that the front license plate be mounted horizontally on the front in the location designated by the manufacturer."

Interpret that as you will.

The law is once thing, enforcement is another. I personally don't think enforcement will be a practical risk in CO.
 

Kennythekey

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https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb18-028

"Requirement that the front license plate be mounted horizontally on the front in the location designated by the manufacturer."

Interpret that as you will.

The law is once thing, enforcement is another. I personally don't think enforcement will be a practical risk in CO.
Thanks. I'll try to keep my dealer away from the front bumper!
 

RednWhite89

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Plates just came in. Thank you @BuiltRight Industries ! Looks great! Stubby antenna was an awesome bonus!
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Drove with no front plate for two months.
Every time I pass a cop was waiting for the blue light. But it never came. This is a very good plate kit. Driving with no worries now.

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Drove with no front plate for about two months (Connecticut).

I have outerbanks with parking sensors and was able to adjust the mounting position with no issue with the sensor or fog light. I would highly recommend, and the stubby antenna works great also!
 

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Even though I don't need a front plate, when I found my grandfather's vanity plate, I wanted it installed.

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