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Number Plate Brick

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Hey guys!

Was thinking about removing the Bulky front Numberplate Brick from my 350z and then just screw the numberlate back on without the brick covering up the two large holes.

Was wondering firstly how to remove it, do i just pull it off or do i have to unscrew something, just want to make sure i dont wreck the bumper or do anything

And just any other general tips about it?

Thanks :)

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Easy enough to pull off. Just unscrew it, first thing I did to mine. Leaves 2 big holes in the bumper but your number plate covers it

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Thanks :)

Does the number playe screw in to the bumper pkay over ot? Do i have to make new holes?

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I have prestige plates so I screwed the bracket straight into the bumper. Pictures on my build thread

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I use four pop rivet to lock the corner in.

Looks a bit better the four screws in my view.

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