Front License plate mount.
Had on vehicle for over a month... no problems at freeway speeds..
It mounts to what?
Can I hook a snow plow to it?
the one that came with the car didnt work?
Looks like it mounts to the grille (below the bumper). Makes sense for those of us with PPF on the number cover and have a concern about long term adhesion of the factory bracket.
So you basically just copied The Bandit?
It mounts between grill slots both the vertical and horizontal ones. The attach two back plates. Assemble with hardware.
Looks good. Will you be sharing the STL file?
looks fugly...the shape itself will reduce the efficiency of the vehicle.. lol
@tbd2001_0, any way you can post a pic of how the it looks on the car? Maybe with and without a plate attached?
Just search for The Bandit license plate holder...they have pics and it looks the same as OP's!
Thanks, tbd2001_01! I like it. Any way I can order one from you?
STL file..... possible...... have a 3d printer?
I'm curious because I own a few 3D printers (3 delta type and 2 cartesian type), what material did you use? I imagine you didn't use normal PLA filament, did you use ABS filament?
Where I live I don't need front licence (Province of Quebec,Canada) but it's cool to see people using their 3D printers to create their own parts :-)
@tbd2001_01 - No, I don't have a 3D printer, thanks. I meant if I can buy one from you directly.
@tbd2001_01 - If you want, I can post either a link or the STL files on my site. I already have a list of other Tesla related 3D printed parts and accessories: https://teslatap.com/links/#3d
You can reach me directly at voting@ my name above.
I can post at a site where u can download and pay a fee for the use of file. Let me know how many people are interested.
Hi all, did any of the 3d print STL files in this discussion get posted onto a site for download?
Material used Taulman Tech G
Any chance of sharing your design?