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Front Car Tag/PLate

I have just received a new novelty car tag/plate for the front of my 2001 Chevrolet Blazer but do not know how to put it on. PLEASE HELP!

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You will probably need to purchase a liscense plate mount for the front of the car. you can get the right one at your local dealer. dont forget to get mounting hardware. you can also get a generic version from any parts store but they usually dont fit or look as good.

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