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  • License Plate Law and relocator for Ducati 748

    Hi guys,

    Does anyone know if it is legal to remove the rear guard where the number plate attaches and replace with the number plate only

    Can anyone recommend a good number plate relocator for the ducati 748?

    Cheers

  • #2
    Yes, all FE's are illegal and they are cracking down on them.

    Does not stop me having one. Never will.
    I used to have a nice sig offering to shadow ppl. Now I have no sig...

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    • #3
      cheers milesiles, have you ever been stopped/warned or fined?

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      • #4
        FE = fender eliminator
        the rear fender should be terminated at a 45 degree of the rear axil
        Something like that
        outher wise kittens die and bin ladden will be resurected
        That and the narzies will once again rize in power
        REPENT MOTHER FUCKER
        (anarchy in english )

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        • #5
          Yes it is illegal.

          Don't complain if you get caught.
          Originally posted by Desmo
          Why be a cunt about it?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ando23 View Post
            have you ever been stopped/warned or fined?
            No not personally. Never had an issue. Got all factory bits to go back on if I ever do.

            If I ever get pulled over, pretty sure a baby killing fender eliminator will be the least of my problems.
            I used to have a nice sig offering to shadow ppl. Now I have no sig...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Ando23 View Post
              cheers milesiles, have you ever been stopped/warned or fined?
              i have been pulled over (for other things) and got warned by the cop about having a F/E on my bike. let me go with a warning for the f/e and said other coppers probably wont in the future
              "pain is temporary glory is forever" - unknown

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              • #8
                Originally posted by shan View Post
                FE = fender eliminator
                the rear fender should be terminated at a 45 degree of the rear axil
                Something like that
                outher wise kittens die and bin ladden will be resurected
                That and the narzies will once again rize in power

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                Noted. We'll check back on that one in three years
                Originally posted by filbert
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                • #9
                  why dont they like them? i can only guess that it could loose the rear reflector by fitting a FE?!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Igglepiggle View Post
                    why dont they like them? i can only guess that it could loose the rear reflector by fitting a FE?!
                    It's easy street to set the canaries free. Basically a fuck-you they can pull out if they don't like you / have sand where sand shouldn't be.
                    wood for life? wood is life.
                    Originally posted by thro
                    i only squid it when riding pissed.

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                    • #11
                      Got yellow stickered twice within a month for FE..after that I just decided it's a much better idea just to keep the fender on.
                      Riding for Cameron Elliott #52
                      1985 - 2009

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