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#208978 7-Mar-2017 13:50
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So I'm fairly new to the world of motorbikes and I just renewed my rego for the first time. I found the old one on the back of the number plate and it had a sticky backing that held it on. The new rego I have does not have a sticky backing.

 

What's the best way to attach the rego to the bike?


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  #1732513 7-Mar-2017 13:55
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Either a piece of duraseal or get a holder from your local bike shop





Hmmmm


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  #1732521 7-Mar-2017 14:04
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cisconz:

 

Or another option - http://www.supercheapauto.co.nz/Product/SCA-Rego-Label-Holder-Plastic-Universal/213975

 

 

 

 

That's cool, much like the WOF holder




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  #1732528 7-Mar-2017 14:11
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You can get double sided tape with your rego, I never did with my bike, but did with the trailer. As above, there are also the options of a holder. Depending on how you want your bike to look, these tubular ones look cool.


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  #1732531 7-Mar-2017 14:14
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The local testing station or VTNZ will usually give you the double sided tape to stick the label onto the rego plate for bikes or trailers.

 

I generally prefer label holders, there is more sturdy aluminium and perspex holder available.  The cheap ones tend to get brittle from UV and break, unless you replace them as required.





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  #1732621 7-Mar-2017 16:15
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My last bike had the rego stuck to the back of the licence plate.
I used to just peel the old one off, smear some superglue on the back of the new rego label and stick it back where the old one was, worked a treat.

 

The new bike has a proper holder which while being more visible is much more of a pain to change.


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  #1732824 8-Mar-2017 07:29
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lagbort:

 

My last bike had the rego stuck to the back of the licence plate.
I used to just peel the old one off, smear some superglue on the back of the new rego label and stick it back where the old one was, worked a treat.

 

The new bike has a proper holder which while being more visible is much more of a pain to change.

 

 

 

 

superglue for the win :-)


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