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Old 10-21-2017, 11:06 AM
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Default Need a good toe hook license plate frame pls

Had one from RHO-PLATE that is crap. Won't keep plate level. Looking for better solution.

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Old 10-21-2017, 11:09 AM
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Thanks. Saw one of those and it looked solid.
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Thanks. Saw one of those and it looked solid.
They have quality stuff. Maybe buy a jack lift pad at the same time and save a little on shipping.
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http://www.moweraxle.com/licenseplat...censekits.html

Solid, had it on my 993 in CA.

Live in a no front plate paradise now.
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+1 on Moweraxle. Use it on my 997.1 TT.
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http://www.moweraxle.com/licenseplat...censekits.html

Solid, had it on my 993 in CA.

Live in a no front plate paradise now.

Thanks. Just ordered this one because a local friend has it also and has been very pleased with it.

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US Millworks. Lots of placement options.
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Originally Posted by Rocco07 View Post
US Millworks. Lots of placement options.
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Originally Posted by Rocco07 View Post
US Millworks. Lots of placement options.
US Millworks is a little pricy but top notch quality with much flexibility on plate placement....
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Originally Posted by 550bryan View Post
US Millworks is a little pricy but top notch quality with much flexibility on plate placement....

Thanks! Went with Moweraxle but if it does not stay level I’ll try these other options.
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Originally Posted by tguaturbo View Post
Thanks! Went with Moweraxle but if it does not stay level I’ll try these other options.
I'm sure it will be good. Here's a tip though. All on these tow hook mounts rely on a bolt that screws into the point. They turn because they aren't tight enough. Don't worry about the strength of the mounting point, it's engineered to tow the car. If your mounting bracket is well engineered you need to torque the thing down reaaalllly tight, then reposition the plate to be level. You generally use the plate and bracket to do this so it helps if it's been well made.
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Originally Posted by Rocco07 View Post
US Millworks. Lots of placement options.
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Originally Posted by 550bryan View Post
US Millworks is a little pricy but top notch quality with much flexibility on plate placement....
I don't disagree on that price point. But I did want something that would absolutely stay put. I did not want any part of it to come into contact with the bumper after being subject to wind an vibration over time.
Also, you can place the plate pretty much anywhere, up, down , left right, to get the least worst look, (I hate front plates) or impact airflow to radiators.
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I made a custom one that mounts centered on the grill:





I've had the car over 155mph and no problem
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