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Motorcycle L-Plates Rigid Front & Rear Kit

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  • Set of 2 rigid L plates complete with fittings for attaching to front and rear of a motorcycle or moped
  • 1 Rigid front L-Plate with bracket and bolt for attaching to the front fork (max. fork diam. 40mm)
  • 1 Rigid rear L-Plate with mounting holes
  • 2 Yellow number plate bolts for attaching rear L-Plate to number plate or rear panel
  • L-Plate size (approx): 175mm x 175mm
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£6.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details In stock. Sold by Laguna Motorcycles Ltd. and Fulfilled by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.

Product Information

Technical Details
BrandScreenflow
Item Weight82 g
Product Dimensions18.6 x 18.6 x 10 cm
Manufacturer referenceRH105
Manufacturer Part NumberRH105
  
Additional Information
ASINB0072T7B3G
Best Sellers Rank 369 in Car & Motorbike (See top 100)
Shipping Weight82 g
Date First Available28 Jan. 2012
  
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Motorcycle Rigid Front & Rear L-Plate Kit with fittings


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Motorcycle L-Plates Rigid Front & Rear Kit + A Pair Of Stick On l Plates. + Oxford OF178 GP Chain Lock
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3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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These aren't great. They're both street legal (as in you won't get stopped for having either of them on) but the main challenge is getting the darn things on in the first place!

The rear plate comes with screws and premade holes which attach to your rear number plate. Goes on without and issue and the included washer/nut holds it on very nicely.

The front plate is a different story. I'm not sure what motorcycle these were designed to go on, but I have a very common 125cc learner bike and it was a very difficult task getting this to sit on in any reliable sense. It's meant to clip on to the front right forks - secured by a nut and screw. The design of these plates is such that the side of the plate closest to the wheel protudes way too far from the clamp. It needs to be positioned very carefully or, if like me you have front disc brakes, the plate will hit them. I've began to notice recently too that the front plate is developing cracks around where the clamp meets the plate itself. I ride on A roads mainly, which are pretty well maintained, so the road surface hasn't been too bumpy - but these just aren't made well.

My advise - as ugly as it is - get a plastic plate and just stick it on your front mudguard/windshield. The Police are aware that front L-plates are a bugger to fit and often fall off, so you are very likely to be alright with one plastered on the bike somewhere at the front (as long as it can be seen by oncoming traffic).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By stewart on 17 Nov. 2014
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The meterial of the plate itself is very flimsey. But its no different to most plates at this price range. This would have scored a 4 if that were the only issue. But the holding clips for the front plate are very small and dont fit around the bars on the front of my bike. I figured that my bike must be an exception, but after trying my friends bike i discovered it didnt fit his either.
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All good so far. Liked the fact that the fixing kit contains spare nuts/bolts - especially as one of the yellow plastic bolts sheered off. Very straightforward to attach to bike. Needed to drill a hole in the rear plate to line up with existing holes on the bike - very easily done. Not had a proper test ride yet - they're for my 17-year old daughter who is learning to ride, so likely to be a couple of tumbles. Yet to see how strong the L-plates are, hence 4 stars rather than 5. If they remain intact then would happily give 5 stars.
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When I ordered this I assumed that the front bracket was designed so that I would have to attach the bracket to the plate myself as is the case with other plates I have bought. However, this isn't the case and it comes pre-attached. This is great if you need the front plate to attach to the right-side fork (right as in if you were sitting on the bike) but if you need to fit it to the left it is useless as the 'L' would be upside-down. I think that the description should be updated to make it clear that the front plate comes assembled.
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I bought these in late July and the front L-Plate snapped off yesterday (Feburary).

The plastic began to break around the metal clamp due to wind forces exerted upon the L-plate. Either the plastic needs to be thicker or the metal clamp should attach with a wider surface to reduce the high spot forces that will eventually cause the plate to snap off.

Whilst these certainly make you more visible as a learner to drivers, I do not recommend them due to their poor construction. Stick to the self-adhesive types.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M Csaszar on 12 Oct. 2013
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I previously had less strong plates and they snapped within a month, had these ones and haven't ever had any problems with them, great buy for me!
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Having originally said that the item was fine - a higher speed ride revealed a flaw in the product. The rear plate is fine but the front plate, mounted to the fork clip, was essentially torn away from said clip because at higher speeds because of wind resistance. The fixing needs to be far beefier and the plate needs to be more resistant to wind if it's going to work as it should. Am
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Rear L plate fits well after drilling holes into the number plate and bolting it in, the front plate kept interfering with the brake disc making rattling sounds, then eventually came off the piece which attached it to the fork of my bike. Leaving the piece to attatch it on the bike.
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