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You could do what I've done with the RR and simply remove the current set up and replace it with stainless steel L brackets from your local DIY store to connect the plate to the bike. The angles should be just about right.


As for the indicators, you have a few options. Do what I did and get some sheet metal to make your own brackets and find a bolt somewhere that you can connect it to.


before:

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after:

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Or, try and glue/tape/velcro another set of L-brackets to the rear of the plate and attach the indicators to that


Oh, and the number plate is a tiny bit smaller that it was before, but shhh

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You could do what I've done with the RR and simply remove the current set up and replace it with stainless steel L brackets from your local DIY store to connect the plate to the bike. The angles should be just about right.

 

That's pretty much what I did for my track bike, bend up a small bit of aluminium sheet (8"x4" ish) with a couple of bolts to hold the plate on and a couple more to secure the holder to the tail. If I'd thought about it, I'd have bent a couple of tabs for the indicators but it doesn't have any of those at the moment. :-)

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