Post by stoltecmoto on Aug 30, 2016 19:57:14 GMT -7
This is laughably simple, but a few people have commented on how clean it looks. In light of that, I figured I'd share. For those who aren't looking to spend money on plates...
Available from your local auto parts store. You'll need two packs of the assortment shown below: Dorman 963-050. Total cost will be less than $10 after tax. Say goodbye to hitting your heels on the passenger pegs!
There's a big gap on my new 2017, and couldn't find a proper bushing, which was my first choice, so away I went to PepBoys. Found Doorman 963-056 plugs, but they fit too well. They look perfect, but are hard to push in, and impossible to remove. The only way to do that is to break the head, and push the inner part out the other side... or push it in as far as it goes and leave it inside. Anyway, it bothered me that even with caps looked like something was missing, so decided to spring for the cheapest plates (EvoTechs at $40 shipped for the pair), and installed them upside down and inside out, with the factory bolts. That was my final solution .