Very clean installation. I like the LP light.Scored a set of decent vintage plates last week off ebay. Next was trying to figure out where/how to mount the rear without having it look too out of place. I've seen a few people make brackets that come off/attach to the jerry can bracket. I don't really care for how that looks. No spare tire mount yet, so can't put it there, and again I don't much care for that look either. So, let's build a mount! Biggest drawback to my mount is that the plate could be easily tore off if I ever hit a steep enough incline or ditch. But I'm not especially worried about that.
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