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I want to thank everybody for making our license plate covers an overwhelming success. We have been keeping an eye on the forum and appreciate all the great comments and feedback you have been providing. Remember, as members of the forum all you have to do is tell us and we'll wave the shipping charges, either on line or over the phone.

There is something new we wanted to throw out there for the members. We noticed one of the members had sent his frame out to be powder coated. We were wondering if this is something others might be interested in. If there are members who are interested in finishing the plate frame yourselves either powder coat it or have it painted, we are willing to offer the frames to the forum members unchromed, ready for paint/powder coat. We can offer these to those interested for $109.00

If this turns out to be something you guys like and we get a great response, we might throw these up on our online store, but we wanted to give you guys first crack at it. This would be your opportunity to style the frame the way you want, truly making them one of a kind. If you guys have any other suggestions, please feel free to post them to the forum, send us a PM of just give us a call.
 

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Front plate frame

You mention on your web site about producing a front plate frame. How is that coming along?? Do you plan to offer the same finishing options for that??

Is the price for the front chrome unit still $169??

Thanxx...P/P

Peace :flag
 

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Front Plate Frame

I'm sorry to say we're still in development. We are actually working on 2 projects for the front of ths SSR.

- We are working on a frame that will fit over the OEM front plate bracket. The price will be less than the rear, but we havn't figured out how much yet until we get a perfect prototype and get it into production. The key is we want to make something that fits perfect and looks good. And yes, we can offer it in the same finish options.

- Our second goal, and one we think will be very attractive is our development of a front plate bracket that will not require any drilling into the front end. This way it can be removed and you wouldn't know there was ever a front plate. This will be a replacement to the OEM front bracket.

Hope that answers your qestions, but I'm not quite ready to nail down a date yet.
 

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Keep us posted on the removable front plate - best commercial item so far is the Retract-a-Plate.

Lloger's front plate mount is sweet, but he hasn't been convinced to make it available to the mechanically challenged - yet!!

Ray
 
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