Yea, it confused me at first. Then I saw that you just slide the plate into the clips on the right and screw it in on the left. It aint goin anywhere.
Strangely enough, my front plate only had two screw holes for the bottom of my plate. It always kind of hangs forward. It's not very sturdy. I was thinking of drilling holes into the bumper so I can attach a couple more screws.
If you manage to lose the license plate with the screws in, then you've probably just lost most of the mounting hardware too. I think she's sturdy enough.
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Originally Posted by VetteDriver
BTW, what's with the "if you haven't driven one shut up" nonsense? How can we have a good internet fight if experience and knowledge are going to be a requirement?
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Anyone else having problems with those screws backing out??? After I put on my bumper the screws backed out 3-4 times and I would begin to hear the mount rattling on the bumper. Finally I used silicone and locktite and haven't had any issues since.
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I dunno - seems like the top of the tail light would be a better choice. A little more height, plus it doesn't block the side light at all. I suppose it could cause problems with swapping tops - but you could always remove the antenna or light when doing so (:
I hate the way that thing is designed. You can't (easily) put a clear license plate cover over it the way you can on the front. I can see myself making a new rear plate holder at some point, just so I can do this. Not my biggest priority at the moment though.