I have been following a number of threads in here about people trying to plate their WR in CA with some degree of success (Love you guys). I live at the base of the mountians between OC and the Temecula Valley and could ride all year long if I had a plate on my bike. This weekend I started down the path towards a plate (Hate you guys). Let me get this straight. I hate work. I am as lazy as they come. I like to put my bike in the back of my truck and ride. So this weekend I attempted to put on a kit I bought from procycle.us a while back. I can tear apart a motor and work on most anything, even though I don't like it any more but electronics scare the crap out of me. Even still, there I was ripping apart my beloved WR to attach a switch and re-wire everything. Much to my amazment I was able to wire everything and not short out my bike. I am running the lights off the battery for now until I get the light cert done then I am changing it over to the AC circuit. I have the WR service manual but I still cannot tell which wire is AC hot going into the the lights. I may have to post seperately later about that. Also, I took off the manual odometer and attached a bracket and holder for my GPS to get past the spedo requirement. Now I have to cover the recepticle on the front wheel left open from the missing odometer cable. Any one have thoughts on how to cover it up? So now my bike is in my garage with the wheels off waiting to get taken to the shop for some DOT tires. I heard that Track Master tires where the way to go so I need to find a shop that sells them and will mount them for me. I hate changing tires more than I hate work on electrical. Hopefully I will get to the DMV this week to start the process to get my plate and won't have any problems. I was kidding about the "Hate you guys" comment. I think this community has done wonders for the off road community. I can't tell you how many times I printed out a thread and had it in the garage with me when I was working on my bikes. It got so bad that I ended up putting a computer in my garage so I could look things up on the fly. I highly recommed that BTW. Thanks to all those who take the time to post useful and helpful information. I will keep you all posted on my progress.