I have a 90 f150, a 01 windstar and both have the 2 holes for the plates. if you want more, just mark the holes and drill them. get some stainless steel nuts, bolts and washers to avoid the rusting that will surely come over time
Better watch out. Mom might be getting a ticket with a smoked plate cover. Here they are against the law, you might want to look into that Matt.
I called the dealership to ask about screwing the holes on the bottom, and they said not to since there is a door lock mechanism behind the door. They said just use Velcro. That won't work though, it won't hold.
they are suppose to be Illegal over here to with a cover over your plate, but cops here aren't stricked about them at all. I've been pulled over number of times with mine on, and they haven't said a word to me about the plate cover.
I will make the assumption that the cover has 4 holes that also match the 4 holes on the plate.. Top two holes get bolted through the bumper, that fastens the plate and cover to the truck. Reverse the bottem to bolts so that they have the heads on the backside of the plate and the threads project through and past the cover. Install the lock washers and acorn nuts.
( acorn nuts have a cover so the thread does not show past the normal nut).
You might have to cover the heads as so they would not scratch the bumper. Having said all that, Napa might have plastic license plater screw/bolts all that would be required is a nut as the plastic would act as a lock washer.
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