Originally Posted by J-Dub
Thanks, that wasn't as easy an install as I imagined. The plate is flat, and the surface it attaches to is curved, so it took some effort to get it right.
Worth the effort, I'd say.
Every military vehicle I've ever operated or loaded on the plane has a data plate on it somewhere. We often reference it to determine what the rated strength of the tie-down rings are when loading them.
That kind of attention to detail really pushes your bike over the top and lends it some real authenticity in regards to the look of the whole machine.