Re: [DML] Radiator air flow and license plate
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Re: [DML] Radiator air flow and license plate



Thanks,

It makes sense to me to move it up.  I'll get one of the preferred 
holders,

Paul

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, PRC1216@xxxx wrote:
> The plate was always meant to be up on the bumper, which is why 
many cars 
> have the factory bracket installed there.    Grady and Hervey sell 
the stainless 
> license plate holder, which holds the plate up along the bumper 
without 
> needing to drill any more holes in the car.   It uses existing 
bolts.   I think 
> putting the plate in front of the radiator is a bad idea if you 
drive your D a 
> lot, it appears to block a lot of airflow as you mentioned.   Why 
risk 
> overheating because of a stupid license plate?
> 
> -Patrick C.
> 1880
> 
> 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]






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