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Does anyone have a picture of their fender with the low profile brake/tail light? I am wondering how the license plate will bolt on.

Will it be viewable ? will cops hassle me? It looks as if the lic plate will be slanted too much.

Help!

Don

2001 XR650L

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No hassles from police. The stock fender (and mine from Maier) provides enough angle to bolt the plate directly on. Have a look:

http://www.4strokes.com/guests/imagedetail.asp?ImgID=1861

Both the light and the rubber plate gasket came from 4strokes only, although people have had varied success receiving things in a timely manner from them (him).

Hope this helps. -T.

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I have some pics in my garage, its from "4 strokes Only" and works bitchen, I also ordered the rubber to mount the plate to the fender so it doesnt rattle and come loose..since it was cheap.

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Does anyone have a picture of their fender with the low profile brake/tail light? I am wondering how the license plate will bolt on.

Will it be viewable ? will cops hassle me? It looks as if the lic plate will be slanted too much.

Help!

Don

2001 XR650L

Here's some "help." This Maier small XR-style brake/ tail light set up on my '98 XRL is not DOT approved but it is very bright for how small it is. I've never been stopped nor even had a much more than a second look from the cops with this one.

Made my own license plate back plate out of some scrap FRP off a job-site attaching it with bolts through rubber grommets. Very solid & the plate stays in tact even when beating the crap out of it off-road.

dual_dogs98plate.jpg

I've seen much less "DOT legal" light combos on lots of street rockets & other choppers...

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Just rivet the plate onto the fender below the light. You've got the plate, so if it's visible then the cops shouldn't give you grief.

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Here's some "help." This Maier small XR-style brake/ tail light set up on my '98 XRL is not DOT approved but it is very bright for how small it is. I've never been stopped nor even had a much more than a second look from the cops with this one.

Made my own license plate back plate out of some scrap FRP off a job-site attaching it with bolts through rubber grommets. Very solid & the plate stays in tact even when beating the crap out of it off-road.

dual_dogs98plate.jpg

I've seen much less "DOT legal" light combos on lots of street rockets & other choppers...

Hey guys I have one of these I bought new and didnt use anyone want to buy it?

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fender here's a pic of my L with a crf450 rear fender during mock-up.

another shot

I used the Baja Designs rear LED brake/tail/plate light combo...and what a waste of cash!

Ironically broke...

In Baja...

After a 225 mile ride! (That’s a total of 700 off-road miles with that Baja Designs light)

After doing some research, I noticed that many other guys have the same problem...the brake light goes out, and all that works is the tail/plate light.

Looks cool, but I wouldn’t recommend it.

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mine just like dualdog just aftermarket signals, damn old threads revised by some non paying attention dork LOL i bit HAHA ima dork too!!

XRL2002.jpg

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