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Old 18-03-11
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Default OEM Nudge Bar fitting instructions..

Hi guys,

If someone is emailing the fitting instructions could I have a copy?

s_strain@bigpond.com

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Thanks for the email.

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Do Triton MN nudge bars fit.. I know ML bars will fit. Not read about MN nudge bars though.

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Hi guys,

If someone is emailing the fitting instructions could I have a copy?

s_strain@bigpond.com

Thanks,

ScottB
Important point to remember when installing your bar is not to get the bolts mixed as there are two different threads. Col
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Anyone that has installed a OEM nudge bar either ML or MN had any problem with the license plate? I see in the fitting instructions for the PB nudge bar there is a license plate bracket. I am looking at a MN Triton bar off Ebay and wondered if it will obscure the license plate without having the OEM license bracket that comes with the PB bar.

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Anyone that has installed a OEM nudge bar either ML or MN had any problem with the license plate? I see in the fitting instructions for the PB nudge bar there is a license plate bracket. I am looking at a MN Triton bar off Ebay and wondered if it will obscure the license plate without having the OEM license bracket that comes with the PB bar.

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I remember reading that some one had installed the bar without the license plate bracket. He ended up getting a defect for obscured plate. I think that was in the ACT from memory.

How hard would it be to get or make the plate to space it out?
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In Queensland the following applies;


Transport Operations (Road Use Management?Vehicle Registration) Regulation 2010
30 Position, visibility and legibility of number plate

(1) The registered operator of a vehicle must ensure that each
number plate issued for a vehicle is permanently attached to
the vehicle so that, if the vehicle is on level ground?
(a) the number plate is?
(i) in an upright position parallel to the vehicle?s
axles; and
(ii) not more than 1.3m above ground level; and
(b) unless an accessory plate is attached to the vehicle in the
way required under section 37?the characters on the
number plate are visible from 20m away at any point
within an arc of 45? from the surface of the number plate
above or to either side of the vehicle, in the way shown
in figures 1 and 2 at the end of this section; and
(c) any cover on the number plate?
(i) is clear, clean, untinted and flat over its entire
surface; and
(ii) has no reflective or other characteristics that would
prevent?
(A) the successful operation of a photographic
detection device; or
(B) the number plate from being legible; and
(d) the number plate is in a clearly legible condition,
including being clearly legible from any position from
which it is required to be visible.
So as you can see it?s sub section (b) that applies in this circumstance. The number plate must be visible from a 45 degree angle no matter what the arc.
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Sorry to dig this one up again guys but I'm picking up an MN nudge bar this weekend for my Challenger.

If anyone has a copy of those fitting instructions they could email me I'd be very grateful - stevo666@tpg.com.au

Many thanks,

Richard
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Emailed to you Richard.

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