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  • Custom Dynamics License Plate Bolt Lights - Black
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Custom Dynamics License Plate Bolt Lights

Super-clean custom lighting in a tiny pacakage. Custom Dynamics features high power, low-draw LED's with attractive tag fasteners so as not to spoil the lines of your motorcycle.

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  • Includes hardware - washers, nuts, and hex wrench
  • 24" leads
  • Sold in pairs
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This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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Custom Dynamics License Plate Bolt Lights 4.2 5 13 13
Like these lights They come with all the hardware and long enough wires if you have the fender that is by the suspension, just enough wires to run it all the way up and are pretty bright once connected. And have to love the black ones, blend right in and can't even notice them as much. July 20, 2015
one of the bolts was a bit wonky So one bolt wasn't quite aligned right but dang it is behind the license plate and I had no install issues so I figure it's not a big deal. Quick to install and wire just need a couple wire nuts or other connector and wire it into the existing plate light...DONE. Took me about 30 minutes from start to finish, pretty much any one with a slight mechanical mind can handle these even if you don't want to "rewire" something. Black to Black and White to Yellow in my case...can't get easier when it comes to electrical. May 21, 2015
2nd time installing these on a bike I put these on my last bike and loved them, they worked great and even worked after I was in an accident! But that's besides the point. I really have little experience in electrical, but I can understand the basics like splicing and how to find your ground wire and whatnot. My dad, on the other hand, has a ton of experience in electrical so he was a huge help for me. Let me just say that if anyone is soldering you are doing way more than you need to. You can splice the wires, twist them together and tape them up and they'll work just a well as if you solder them with the added bonus that it's not permanent (or it's at least easier to separate them later on). Simple installation, the instructions were kind of vague the first time I installed these, but really all you need to do is find your ground/common wire (mine was black) and then find your tail light wire (mine was red). Make sure you have the tail light wire and not your brake light! You can use a volt meter to do this, super easy. Then just splice the wires, twist and tape them together and flip your bike on to make sure everything works like it should before you tape everything together and put everything back on. Very simple install, almost took longer to get my fairing off than it did to do the install. February 8, 2015
Pretty disappointed. I attempted to install these today. It ended up just wasting part of my afternoon and putting a bulls-eye on me for the police until I get another brands replacements in. It started out ok. I removed the one passable light I had on the bike already and because of its design ended up not being able to reuse it. Didn't matter, I thought. I had new replacements in! I loose wired the replacements to check function and wiring. Nice illumination! They work! Plenty bright. Moved on to proper soldering. Using heat shrink wrap and a soldering iron, I trimmed back the wires and I managed to remember to place the nut and lock-washer on FIRST this time. Beautiful, nice weather resistant install. Anyone who works with electronics knows that you typically get the best solder job when it has to come back apart to properly install it. Here is where the problem came in. When I only had one more step, which was tightening the nut on the stalk, one side was fine. The other, however, was not. It popped out. I tried to be sure I threaded it in correctly, but it pretty much kept spinning. When I got it all back apart, it was clear where the problem was. The threaded portion which attaches the LED part to the mounting stalk was not correctly sized. One of the threaded portions were either under or over-size. You can handle it and it feels like nothing is wrong, but the moment you put some tension on it, it pops out easy as pie. THIS IS FOR ANYONE THAT BUYS THIS: PLEASE CHECK THE PART THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALL. I am not necessarily saying for everyone not to buy it. The manufacturing process is not something exact. It is the nature of things that someone, somewhere gets a bum part. I am merely saying to check this product more thoroughly than you may other items. You will be able to check it by threading the nut onto the end of it and giving that a tug to be sure it won't pop out on you at the end of the install. I am a machinist and have some dial verniers at home. I checked out the inside diameter of the LED portion and the outside diameter of the threaded portion of the stalk which mates up to it. They measured 0.340" and 0.341" respectively. For you to wrap your head around those dimensions, a piece of paper is typically about 0.003" in thickness, where the thread engagement on the product I received was around 0.001". That is why it popped out so easily. You cannot even say it was holding on by a hair, in this case, a hair typically is between 0.002" and 0.003"!! Anyway, I have attached photos of the measurements to also show that the stalk portion threads are not damaged. I was looking for an inexpensive option, but it cost me in time, and not to mention I will be buying another brand altogether. Not going to bother the guys at Revzilla about it, not worth going to the post office to ship is back to them, nor the hassle of waiting for another possible bad item. Heck, I just spent way more time than I should writing this novel length review on an inexpensive item. I'm done. The fault lies solely with the brand. November 23, 2014
Super simple fix My plate was lacking lights, so I purchased these which happened to be the least expensive lights I found. So I was expecting cheap build quality and a quick fix. I was so wrong. The wires on this setup are very lengthy and made wiring up the lights a breeze. When I turned on the power I was astonished by how well they illuminated my plate. The bolts are sturdy and have held up 300 miles without budging or failing I am very pleased. September 2, 2014
Great Solution for Replacement License Plate Lights I bought a bike that already had license plate bolt lights installed as the previous owner had chopped down the stock fender. It's a cool concept for replacement lights but the ones on the bike were very dim. After some research I found these Custom Dynamics lights come highly rated so I ordered them. Pros: Quality construction. They feel and look like they are built well. Long lead wires, making installation easy. Nice and bright. A huge improvement over the ones I had previously. Con: If you can call this a con. The bolts are a lot longer than they need to be. Depending on the application, this could cause issues with installing but it was fine for me. August 13, 2014
Simple solution to getting hassled about plate lights If you've got a tail tidy and no longer have a plate light, these plate light bolts are a simple solution. I've had them installed for a few months on the back of my wr250x and despite being bounced around quite a bit, they seem to be holding up. The one knock I have is that the "bolt" part of the light is pretty long, which can making tidy up your wiring a challenge if your plate is mounted to a relatively thin bracket. June 2, 2014
Lights Work Well I put two of these in place of license plate bolts since i have a fender eliminator kit. The lights are white LED and work great, just enough light and look good! My only complaint is the area where the nut attaches was a little long in my view, but not a huge deal also remember you may want to have black flexible plastic tubing to hide and protect the wires.They were really easy to wire up and overall very happy with them. They are made by custom dynamics. April 27, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ethan K: My fender eliminator doesn't have lights for the plate, I don't want to give the 5150 a reason to pull me over May 29, 2015
Aaron R: To provide a license plate light for the British Custom tail tidy I picked up. May 14, 2015
Jeff O: Help light up license plate with aftermarket plate holder. Apr 6, 2015
Justin B: I bought a bike that had no license plate lights. These ended up being pretty simple to wire up and install on the existing plate bracket. Mar 20, 2015
Sebastian N: just curious Nov 1, 2014
Thaddeus J: Its black. It keeps me from getting a ticket. The cost is low and the benefit is high. Super easy buy. Aug 11, 2014
Michael B: I have another brand of these on my bike which have very short leads and are not a white LED. After some research these seem to be highly rated and are a white LED. My hopes are they are brighter and of better quality than my existing lights. Jul 23, 2014
Jassim A: Looks nice and strong Jun 24, 2014
Ellery P: Black color would go with my black r6. Also the white lights are needed for my license plate while riding at night since I have a fender eliminator kit. Apr 10, 2014
Jesse C: undertail exhaust makes license plate mounting tricky, I solved the lighting problem with these Apr 6, 2014
Larry M: Give the bike a little clean up using these bolt lights compared to the stock lights it came with. Mar 29, 2014
Brian L: I've had these on my bike for over a year, rain or shine. They've very low-profile and look excellent. Mar 20, 2014
Chadrick D: These lamps should keep me legal no matter how I mount my license plate. Oct 27, 2013
jr m: the cops told me i need a light on my plate...and this item has great reviews for longevity and construction. Oct 2, 2013
A shopper asked: How long are these LED license plate bolts? Thanks! Jul 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: How many LEDs in each assembly? 1 or 2? Jul 27, 2014
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Jess M: Buy one assembly gets you what you see in picture. Pair of leds one for each side. Come with lots of wire. Looks good. A sleek led set up. 5 stars no problems. Jul 28, 2014
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Jesse D: 1 led in each. Extremely bright. Glad I bought them. Jul 28, 2014
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John C: 1 Jul 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am looking for lights for a plate mount and the mount only has 2 screws to secure the plate. I need LED's that have a set screw on them for the duel purpose of both, securing the plate to the mount, as well as illuminating the plate. Will this product work or is there another product that might fit the bill? Mar 16, 2014
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Stephen S: This should be able to do it. I have the lights on the bottom of the license place shining up. But I could mount them on the top of the plate. This would shine the lights on the plate and mount it to the bike. Mar 17, 2014
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Jahsmor G: These will work! I've had mine for a year and they have performed flawlessly. Would buy again. Mar 18, 2014
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Fernando D: These LED's do come threaded in the back part and a pair of hex nuts. Mar 17, 2014
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David C asked: Are the fasteners/nuts metallic with this kit? Jan 28, 2015
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joe L: yes its all metal, quite bright and does a nice job. However, take care not to over tighten as the threaded stud will break free from the light housing and probably break the wires to the LED. I lost one of mine that way in less than 1 month after purchase. It was replaced with a very inexpensive LED light from an automotive parts store. The other is still going strong, after the experience, I used some Loc-tite and have had no problems Feb 12, 2015
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John C: Yes. Nuts and washers are metalic. Light housings themselves are surprisingly heavy duty. Very good craftsmanship. Very bright lights. Highly recommend this product. Feb 12, 2015
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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