License Plate mounting

  • 08 Aug 2016 7:36 AM
    Message # 4178053
    Deleted user

    I have a 1967 T100R - Triumph Daytona and am experiencing license plate fractures at the license mounting holes.

    I have mounted the plate with rubber grommets and have still have the failure / fractures

    What have others done to prevent the vibration from fracturing license plate?


  • 08 Aug 2016 8:20 AM
    Reply # 4178075 on 4178053
    Don Woods (Administrator)

    My dad used to place some combination of aluminum and steel behind the plate on his 500 and it seemed to work as I don't recall any license plate fractures. Talk to Ted next time you see him since I sold that bike to him, he should be able to tell you exactly what was employed.

  • 09 Aug 2016 9:22 AM
    Reply # 4180468 on 4178053
    Peter Gareffa (Administrator)

    Yep, on my bikes I've cut backing plates out of sheet aluminum to keep the original-year plates from cracking.

    Use the license plate as a template, cut the backing plate with a jig saw, drill the holes, finish the edges, polish, and Bob's yer old man's brother.

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