[DML] Re: Spacing
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[DML] Re: Spacing

Consider it an artifact of a semi-hand-built car. . 

When the facias came from the manufacturer, the license plate holes 
were not there (as they are not there on new-in-box stock now). It 
was up to someone to drill them on the assembly line, apparently one 
of the drillers was not very accurate. 

About all you can do would be to tear out the anchors, fill the holes 
and redrill in the right place. As Harold notes, there aren't many 
good ways to do this (and probably a lot of bad ways). 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Harold McElraft" <hmcelraft@...> 
> Mine is the same. I always assumed it was the original hole placing 
> the license plate frame that was incorrect. I haven't figured out a 
> practical way to change the spacing.
> Harold McElraft - 3354
> > 
> > I did try to "adjust" it by moving the tail light assembly or the 
> > license plate holder but it is really not adjustable.  Is this 
> normal?  
> > is there a way to fix this short of patching the holes and moving 
> > license plate holder over a 1/4 of an inch?
> > 
> > Just wondering.....
> > 
> > Scot Stern
> > 6452

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