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Here are my lights I installed today. Very simple and cheap. Also a picture of my license plate bracket I made for free with just the parts that were already there. No welding. Did mount the stock light right to my plate tho.

Here is the link to the lights:EJ's SUPER CAR 4pc. Color 7 Color LED Car Interior Lighting Kit,car interior decoration atmosphere light and Wireless Remote Control https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KVZ5DIC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_sQvwzbPS8ZK1D
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Fender eliminator

I need an explanation on how you deleted that hideous thing on the back. I cant justify buying an eliminator kit for $100 bucks. what did you do with the rear turning signals? Great job btw
 

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I'm at the Mayo clinic right now seeing my transplant doctors. When I get home I will take pictures and do a write up. Thanks for the compliment!
 

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I need an explanation on how you deleted that hideous thing on the back. I cant justify buying an eliminator kit for $100 bucks. what did you do with the rear turning signals? Great job btw
I made a custom one, literally just went to menards bought a sheet of skinny steel made a paper outline of the spot then cutout the bracket mount and drilled the holes and used the oem bolts. then made a bend in a separate piece and welded it together to attach the license plate. painted it up and work real well. Can get you more pictures if you want to see it, cost me 8$ for steel was great.
 

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I removed my whole rear assembly. The license plate bracket unbolted from the plastic fender. That bracket is actually 2 pieces. The smaller piece matches up with 2 of the original mounting holes under the tail section on the bike. I drilled out the threads on the small bracket so I could use longer bolts and screw back into the bike itself. The plate was angled to much to see. I used a pair of channel locks to bend each side in till you can see the plate. I actually mounted the original license plate light right to the plate. It cost me 2 longer bolts. I wish I still had the stock parts to show pics, but I will post some of what it looks like installed
 

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The bracket holding my plate is actually part of the original bracket that came on the bike. No cutting or welding. You can see how I had to twist it to get the plate to the correct angle
 
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