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colint46

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colint46 says:

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where can i buy non legal number plates

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  • Posted 6 years ago (05 September 2009 13:19)

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

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On e-bay under (bike plates) on m/c accessories.:biggrin:

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shuggie1

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shuggie1 says:

www.givethecopanexcusetopullme.com

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

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Good answer shuggie1,:lol::lol::lol::lol:

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vmaxbloke

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vmaxbloke says:

colint46

Sweetness.  Apart from your mates who follow you around, (and the Feds, of course) no-one gives a flying fug what your bikes arse looks like!

When you're on board, all you can see is the road ahead and a bit of bars and clocks and stuff.

If you think an illegal number plate is going to make your bike look really special, then it must be a pretty shit bike to start with.

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simonchandler

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numberplates

hi colin
if u find out let me no,i wont small black/silver writing,as have a triumph,new one lol.:biggrin:

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

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ANY number plate shop/manufacturer/dealer can make non standard plates. You don't need your documents, as they are only needed for a road legal number plate.

 

What you are after is either a SHOW PLATE or a SIGN. Usually you'll sign a disclaimer saying you won't use it on the road.

 

I've ALWAYS use a 7"x5" plate (as opposed to a 9"x7" barn door) and NEVER had any problems with the police. It even passes an MOT.

If you go any smaller, you might get issues with them. Or if you live in or visit North Wales.

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