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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
Motorcycle Rigid Front & Rear L-Plate Kit with fittings
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Top Customer Reviews
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).
In my opinion you're better off with self-adhesive front plate.
Back plate starts cracking after a while.
If you want something that would last you a long time this is not it.
I have a Honda CBR 125r r9
They are quite thick so I'm hoping that they will withstand any abuse.
Update: my son was involved in a motorbike accident and the bike is now a right off, the two things that suffered no damage were the L Plates! The number plate on the rear broke but the L plate attached to it is still in one piece! Thank goodness I make him wear descent bike gear as he only suffered soft tissue damage. Bikes can be replaced but bodies can't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does exactly what supposed to do. Only set back was had to get longer bolt to fit front forkPublished 2 months ago by Mark McCormick
Very quick delivery, it's a great product for someone who's just started riding (like myself) the bolts to hold the back plate on aren't very strong so changed them to metalPublished 3 months ago by Jordan T.
I'am happy with the quality of this product but I have to say that I had to purchase a sticker version for the front as the fixture doesn't match my scooter so therefore I am... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Belagoz
nice and think but are not very good when the wind picks up. if the bend to far they start to crap and at the end come off. but they last as much as many have. which is not long.Published 6 months ago by mark