well i wasn't expecting the light to come today but i knew the "plate holder" was coming today. i checked availability the other day and the "plate holder" is in stock but it shows the light as on backorder again.backorder is like a hooker w/ no condom
it cost me about 50 bucks. retail is more like $90 or so.Looks great.....:thumbup: How much coin?
I think I know why you still have tread left on your tire.
:infrandom Chicken strips for lunch today?
Take your time, it'll come. I'll tell you one thing though, those tires are like fly paper. They'll take anything you can give them, don't worry about low siding. When they do break traction it's very controlled.... :hmmm:unless you're in gravel.it cost me about 50 bucks. retail is more like $90 or so.
my chicken strips aren't that bad. i have about 1/8" on the right side of the rear, and i am to the edge on the left side of the rear. i am trying... i really am.
if you get both the euro rearlight and the bottom numbreplate carrier with the indicator lights (see pic) then you'll have plate illumination as well and the plate will be angled nice and verticaly.Looks pretty good...
I don't know if that would fly down here (no white tag light and the tag is angled too much).... I think I'm going to leave mine alone for the time being and wait for other options....
Definitely better than the US light though.... :thumbup:
there is no way to mount the led tail light onto the stock holder. the new holder doesn't really need to be hacked up much at all. and they are dirt cheap anyway. all i did was drill two holes for the plate, then two holes for the turn signals.mcjason,
Could you see any easy way to add the Euro light to the US "holder"? I don't like all that black plastic back there and I'd rather not purchase the Euro "holder" just to hack it all up.
PS. You guys spend too much time worrying about chicken strips.