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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by immtx76, Aug 10, 2018.
Can anyone recommend a No drill front license plate holder ?
The stock one
My Model 3 was delivered with one in the trunk. They told me to call when the plates came in.
They came out to my house and put it on while fixing a minor misalignment of the gear shift label.
Turns out the plate holder already had double sided tape on it, no screw holes needed.
Just remember if you decide to PPF your front end, either stick the holder on first and cut around it or stick it on after and risk that if you decide with a different mount you're gonna rip off the film. That or you'll be ripping off the holder too if you're replacing the film.
I purchased and installed the Sto N Sho bop drill holder. Took minutes to install and I personally think it looks great. Totally recommended it.
How does that connect under neath the car? Bolt or screw into existing holes or do you have to make them?
You make 2 tiny holes underneath, then you put 2 screws into a small plate that goes into those holes you made. Super easy and you don't notice those holes. STO N SHO Removable Quick-Release Front License Plate Bracket Check the website out. I found it the best for mounting the plate underneath
Did the stock plate holder come with screws to attach the license plate? The SC put the holder on, and I can't find any screws to mount the plate.
The bolts and nuts for the plate had to come with the entire purchase of the plate mount because I left the delivery centre with no front plate mounted
You said you got the service centre to attach the holder for the Sto N Sho?
No. The stock plate holder, which is mounted with double sided tape.
I had PPF installed and then had an additional small piece the size of the plate holder installed on top of it all. That way if I do remove the plate holder, I won't damage the original PPF install.
How much clearance does it remove? If I'm I'm not careful I'm scraping the "chin" of the car coming down the driveway into my garage. I'm worried that it since it attaches to the bottom, the holder will be what scrapes...
I'm using the CravenSpeed Platypus.
Pros: Looks cool, installs & removes easily, doesn't touch the bumper cover, no ground clearance issues.
Cons: It costs $93 more than the stick-on Tesla mount, need carry a 3/4" socket with me in case I ever have to install the tow-hook.
This is the one I have:
No drilling holes, no need for any tools, just a thumb-screw away from removing the plate at any time.