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Move your license plate away from it's vulnerable OEM location! Your spare tire is safely hidden away behind your Jeep and clear from debris and damage. Let's move your license plate up to the same safe haven. It takes only minutes to remove your license plate from is damage prone plastic mount that actually protrudes past the side of your Jeep. Our heavy duty relocation mount is a two piece design and safely tucks your plate inside your spare. You now have more clearance on the driver side of your Jeep plus have a more visible and better protected plate mount.
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Great product. This is all metal and I expect it to last forever. It came in the mail minutes before we we're leaving for the weekend and I installed it before we left. Probably took 10 minutes including the lanyard bolt on.
A simple solution when a front plate is required
This bracket has worked well for me. Quick to put on and is made well. The spring steel used is thick and I would guess provide many years of off and on use.
Does the "light" mentioned in the description also have a tag light in it or only the brake/back up light?
Asked by Sid from Washington, D.C. on
Sid, The Rock Hard 4x4 Parts License Plate Relocation Bracket and Light comes with a brake light and license plate light. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S @ Ext 4876 from Washington, D.C. on
My rollers measure at about 8.75" c to c. It came with my Smittybilt winch. Will this plate mount fit? If Nita, is there one that will fit it? In reading around the Internet it appears the standard is 10"
Asked by Jeeptrail from Idaho on
Hello, The Rock Hard 4x4 Parts Roller Fairlead License Plate Bracket is adjustable and will fit the Smittybilt roller fairleads. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from Idaho on
does it come apart and how
Asked by don from butte, mt on
Don, The Rock Hard 4x4 Parts License Plate Relocation Bracket does come apart, it is held together with a thumb screw. There are also multiple holes to adjust for different wheel widths. Thanks, Don
Answered by Don EXT 917 from butte, mt on
The concept for Nebraska-based Rock Hard 4x4 Parts was hatched back in the 1980s and evolved from DIY cage installation to a full-service manufacturing facility. Employing state-of-the-art CNC machining centers, outstanding craftsmanship and laser cut precision, Rock Hard takes the bolt-in design of bumpers, skid plates, cages and sliders to the next level. Their patented locking collar distinguishes itself in the aftermarket industry and all of their exterior products make off-roading in Jeeps safer and smoother. Protection is paramount on the trail and Rock Hard's products are easy to install, affordable and exude superior style. Shop Rock Hard 4x4 Parts Now