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next i drilled out holes on one side of the L brackets so i could bolt the license plate flush with them, having the other side of the L bracket on the bottom of the plate, facing backwards behind the plate.
then i took the license plate / bracket combo and found the spot where i wanted it the sit on my bumper, marked two holes on each side under the front lip and drilled out the nessacary holes in the bracket.
next i predrilled all 4 holes, then had a friend hold the assembly as i used two small tapping screws on each side to bolt it down.
i mounted it so the plate was pretty much flush with the front of the bumper...or all the way back...because of this i adding some 3M double sided tape between the back of the plate and the bumper to reduce vibrating and scratching
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Rotary History:1982 RX7 GS, 1985 RX7 GSL-SE, 2004 RX8 Sport-Continuous Rotary Owner since 1985
Racing History:SCCA Solo II 1979-1986, Skip Barber Comp School 1983, SCCA Club Racing 1987-1993, 2004-2011 Track Days