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I need a front license plate bracket.

Freebeer187

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I searched and cannot find one. Ive got the stock pontiac license plate filler. I took it off and it definitely needs a bracket. Anyone know where I can find one?
 

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Huh? You dont need a bracket to put on the plate. There are already holes in place to screw the plate into the filler hole.
 

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My plate did not line up. The holes are very big (they are actually squares btw). There are two screw holes on the bottom, but they do not line up with the plate.

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I forget what they are called, but they are square pegs that go into those holes. They are threaded for the screws that you use to screw the plate into. Trust me. I already went through this 4 years ago. :rofl:

The two on the bottom are what screws the plate cover on.
 

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You can go to autozone and buy them. They are little plastic things that snap into the square hole then take a coarse threaded licence plate screw in the plastic thingy.
 

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You can go to autozone and buy them. They are little plastic things that snap into the square hole then take a coarse threaded licence plate screw in the plastic thingy.
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