Z32 How do you mount license plate to jdm bumper

Discussion in 'Non Technical' started by Senna, Aug 23, 2019.

  1. Senna

    Senna Member

    Hi guys, I have a ADM 300zx and decided to change the rear bumper. The JDM rear bumper has a large triangular cut out and compared to the ADM bumper theres no place (that i can see) to mount the license plate onto. How do i correctly mount a license plate to these bumpers? Am i missing something
  2. zx299

    zx299 Well-Known Member

    You'll need the metal number plate bracket.

    If you don't have personalised number plates, you will probably find that they won't fit in the jdm rear bar without modification
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  3. jellybeans

    jellybeans Active Member

    My number plate is folded to 90 degrees on both ends to "fit" in. It's great, makes it hard to read.
  4. Boll!

    Boll! Well-Known Member

    Hahaha, yep, so is mine
  5. IB

    IB ?????

    Not technically legal. The other option is cut slots in the bar to poke the ends of the plate through.
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  6. Senna

    Senna Member

    Ah so theres a bracket that im missing? What would it be called ive looked around but cant seem to find anything, any photos of what it looks like?
  7. jellybeans

    jellybeans Active Member

    my bumpers are 350 and 355 wide (i have two different ones) and my number plates are 370 wide for 6 digit and a 5 digit that is only 310mm. "Senna " would fit. but i actually hate personal plates and i hate paying for them.
    Im not sure how finding the bracket will help you but if you need a bracket you can make one from aluminium. its so easy to cut even if you only have a drill some bits, a hacksaw and file you can do a good job.
  8. NI85

    NI85 Active Member

    In N.S.W for a one off fee you can get your number plate format changed to JDM style. It's what I did.
    Personalized content is an annual fee.
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    TWIN TERROR Well-Known Member

    A small 90 degree bend and they fit perfect.

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