Number plate decal protection

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4/15/2018 6:19 PM

Would anyone be interested in rear shroud protection that protects either bare plastic or your graphics. With grip or without let me know

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4/15/2018 7:48 PM

BryceJefferson33j wrote:

Would anyone be interested in rear shroud protection that protects either bare plastic or your graphics. With grip or without ...more

Got to pay to advertise, or sell on bazaar section.

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4/15/2018 7:58 PM

BryceJefferson33j wrote:

Would anyone be interested in rear shroud protection that protects either bare plastic or your graphics. With grip or without ...more

mxb2 wrote:

Got to pay to advertise, or sell on bazaar section.

Not advertising just an idea I had and thought could potentially work as a small business but ok thanks for your input.

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4/15/2018 8:47 PM

BryceJefferson33j wrote:

Would anyone be interested in rear shroud protection that protects either bare plastic or your graphics. With grip or without ...more

Companies like N-Style and Ceet made clear backgrounds that went over the top of your numbers, but that was before pre printed number plates. Once pre print d number plates became the norm, no one bought clear vinyl backgrounds anymore.

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4/15/2018 9:55 PM

Sounds strange but one i know of is clear coat finger nail polish around the edges of the decals. Itll seal and help prevent mud and water from getting behind the decal and making it separate from the plastic.

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4/15/2018 9:57 PM

BryceJefferson33j wrote:

Would anyone be interested in rear shroud protection that protects either bare plastic or your graphics. With grip or without ...more

mxb2 wrote:

Got to pay to advertise, or sell on bazaar section.

His post IS moto related. Technically he's not selling anything. Hes asking for input for a potential product. See no reason to be barking up his tree

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4/17/2018 11:07 PM

Jjwdesigns.com already makes it & it works bitchen.....

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4/18/2018 10:28 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/18/2018 11:08 AM

Had some homemade ones on my old bike. They worked awesome until you rode sand or temps colder then 40s. I would 100% recommend these to anyone wanting to save backgrounds they do work really good. But with that being said I did hear that a certain (graphic) company does have a US patent against them to be produced for sale.
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4/18/2018 10:29 AM

mxb2 wrote:

Got to pay to advertise, or sell on bazaar section.

So far it's just a question, not a link to a site, or an offer to sell anything.

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4/18/2018 10:35 AM

BryceJefferson33j wrote:

Would anyone be interested in rear shroud protection that protects either bare plastic or your graphics. With grip or without ...more

mxb2 wrote:

Got to pay to advertise, or sell on bazaar section.

GuyB wrote:

So far it's just a question, not a link to a site, or an offer to sell anything.

10-4

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4/18/2018 10:40 AM

NATEP231 wrote:

Had some homemade ones on my old bike. They worked awesome until you rode sand or temps colder then 40s. I would 100% ...more

How did you hold them onto the plastics

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4/18/2018 10:56 AM

Held on with automotive door clips. I used small zip ties on the backside to hold them tight in place. Worked really good never had a boot rip them out and I am as bad as Pastrana with leg kicking number plates. Only problem was riding a cold fall day they started cracking. You need an R&D guy for 2018 crf450 plates count me in. Working on a new bike remodel currently.

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