Fixing Kit with Screws
Fixing Kit with Screws
This is a pre-packaged Fixing Kit with Screws for fitting a number plate, contains both adhesive pads and screws with caps.
- Additional information
- SKU/Part No: nc203
- Fixing Kit C: 8 Pads and 6 Screws with 8 Caps
- Screw Details: 6x19mm Screws with 10mm Flip Caps
- Cap Colours: 4 Black, 2 White and 2 Yellow
- Pad Details: 25x95mm Foam Pads with High Tack Adhesive
Our Fixing Kit with Screws is perfect for securing your number plate to any vehicle. Each pack contains 8 adhesive pads and 6 screws with 8 plastic caps in 3 colours. So you have a choice on how to fit your number plate, stuck on with pads or screwed on. And a selection of coloured caps for the screws, so they blend in with your number plate.
Adhesive pads are now the recommended method of fixing your number plates under BSAU145e. Which is great because it is the easiest and fastest way to fit a new number plate. Of course you can still use screws instead, as long as you locate them outside the registration area. But at least then you’ll benefit from a more secure fixing, thus making number plate theft harder.
Fitting using Adhesive Pads
Sticky pads are the easiest and fastest way to fit a new number plate. First you need to remove your old one and thoroughly clean the area. Next stick your pads to the rear of the new number plate. Space them vertically and spaced equally across your plate. Typically people use a pad on either end and couple or so in the middle.
Now you’re ready to fit it to the vehicle. So pull the backing tape off the adhesive pads, and line it up into position. Once you’re happy push it firmly into place, hold it still for 10 seconds to bond.
Fitting Using Self-Tapping Screws
Fitting your number plate with screws requires just a few simple steps. Start by ensuring your screw holes are in the right place, by using your old one as a template. Then drill the holes in new number plate, start from the back and use an acrylic bit. Mask your starting points and place wood underneath, to avoid any damage. And allow the bit to do the work, avoid applying to much pressure or widening your holes.
Next deburr your holes and start to fit the screws in one by one. They will bite into the holes to grip and create a thread. Finally close the caps and wipe your number plate clean.