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IS ANY WAY TO FIX THE NUMBER PLATE BELOW THE HEAD LIGHT ASSEMBLY RATGHER THAN ON MIDDLE OF HEADLIGHT WHICH LOOKS UGLY

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You could try making a bracket, and mounting it on the top of the front mudgaurd, just below, but infront,, of the headlight.

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