Question on Rear overhang marker plates

Discussion in 'Bikes and eBikes' started by Dave and Ginny, Sep 29, 2016.

  1. Dave and Ginny

    Dave and Ginny Read Only Funster

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    On my Fiamma rack positioning the marker plate was simple, especially if the cover was on and using the polythene holder. On Ginny's tricycle not so easy...but does it have to be centrally located?

    Would this be OK ?

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  2. Baldeagle7470

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    Looks fine to me unless you come upon a stroppy Gendarme. :france:
    Seriously though I made four corner holes in one and just hung it in the middle with bungees,never had any problems.
     
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    Gendarmes wont care but the Carabinieri might.
     
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    My guess is that's exactly right in the basis it is on the farthest back section.. I'm not a Spanish rozzer though
     
  5. Mr Ed

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    Might be better if turned around so marker is on left of vehicle for Europe.Looks like rack can be changed for bike to face other way.
     
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