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Old 11-29-2012, 05:18 PM   #1
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License plate holder

Any suggestions on where to mount my license plate on my 2011 Montana 3100RL such that it can be seen, even after my bike rack (complete with cover) is mounted on the 1 1/4" receiver? I was thinking somewhere on the ladder maybe. Possibly in the window. Just seeing what other might have done.

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Old 11-29-2012, 05:42 PM   #2
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I used a piece of aluminum angle long enough to fit across the support tubes that go from the ladder to the trailer. I fastened it to the supports with 2 small ubolts close to the trailer and drilled 2 holes in the angle to mount the license plate.
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:27 AM   #3
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We just have ours attached to the Ladder with Cable Ties, as we generally don't travel after dark, not a real problem without lights.
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We've had ours behind the bikes on the pop-up, TT and now the Monty. Partially visible at best, but haven't been stopped or hassled about it in all 40 years and many states. I guess I'm not going fast enough to attract their attention.
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We've had ours behind the bikes on the pop-up, TT and now the Monty. Partially visible at best, but haven't been stopped or hassled about it in all 40 years and many states. I guess I'm not going fast enough to attract their attention.
Same here with the MH, it's behind all that stuff, but is where it is supposed to be, never been questioned.
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