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  I noticed on ebay there is alot of cool chrome 'fusion' license plates as well as some nice plain chrome ones in general.  The thing is, they all just have 2 mounting screws for the upper holes.  I took the lower 2 screws out of my crappy plastic dealer plate frame(to see how it would be with just the 2 upper screws) and the thing seemed bouncy as hell.  Has anyone put these chrome ones on with just the two upper screws?? 
 

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[quote author=mike1967 link=topic=52946.msg856968#msg856968 date=1154393528]
  I noticed on ebay there is alot of cool chrome 'fusion' license plates as well as some nice plain chrome ones in general.  The thing is, they all just have 2 mounting screws for the upper holes.  I took the lower 2 screws out of my crappy plastic dealer plate frame(to see how it would be with just the 2 upper screws) and the thing seemed bouncy as hell.  Has anyone put these chrome ones on with just the two upper screws?? 
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I've got a couple gray tinted full face ones. They are only attached with two screws up at the top their fine. Been through the car wash several times no problem........yet.

most frame have a groove/clips for the plate, meaning, they may only be anchored at the top but the bottom of the license cover will be hugging the plate... since the plate shouldn't be flimsy, the frame should be fine.
 

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I JUST PUT A PLAIN CHROME WITH A SMOKED COVER ON THE BACK OF BLK SEL LOVE IT AND USED SCREWS IN EACH CORNER AND USED BOLT COVERS ON THEM PICS TO FOLLOW SOON
 
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