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KayJay

3D Gel Or Even Metal Number Plates?

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Over the weekend I saw some 3D number plates and really want to get a pair. I was wondering if anyone on here has a pair and if so where did you get them from?

I want the purchase to be as simple as possible so the plates will need to be road legal. I wouldn't know where to start on how to get a road legal plate, I just don't want to keep getting pulled if I get some because I'll just stick the originals back on.

Looking forward to your replies,

Cheers

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Just google custom number plates there's loads on there that do what your after so long as the lettering and colour white front yellow back is correct can't see a prob

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Yes I see what you mean steads but the I've been reading the lettering needs to be a certain width, got to have an uk badge on, so on and so forth. I don't want the style of the lettering 3d either I want the actual lettering to stand out of the plate.

Cheers

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They look nice Stoney, thanks for the link! L66JER have you got any pictures of your plates? I would look trough your posts to find some but I'm on the phone and don't know how to. Thanks for all the help people, much appreciated!

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There you go.

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Try anti theft bolts for the plates they are common for nicking

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The half rounded anti-theft screws are useless.

Sent from my SM-P600 using Ford OC mobile app

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There you go.

They look mint mate. I'll look into these anti theft bolts lads, I can see them getting stolen round where I live.

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Look for Richbrook anti-theft bolts.

They seem to be the best around.

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Plates look good. Just wondering as they are pressed metal will they chip or rust through time??

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As they arw aluminium they won't rust but possible oxidisation may occur.

I believe they are powdercoated so the risk of chipping should be minimal.

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