DV8 V1 License Plate Relocation Bracket for Capable Bumper
This Bronco Front License Plate Mount relocates your plate at the center of your bumper and out of the way of the grille. This allows for maximum airflow to the engine compartment. It was designed to be located in a more aesthetic position, giving a full view of the OEM Capable Steel Bumper. We recommend taking a few minutes to remove the bracket when running a moderate to difficult trail. The bracket was finished in a micro-texture black powder coat, and features a simple bolt-on installation.
* Please Note: This ONLY fits the OEM Capable Steel Bumper. This Does Not Fit the HD Modular Steel or Plastic Bumpers
- Fits the Factory Capable Steel Front Bumper ONLY. This Does Not Fit the HD Modular Steel or Plastic Bumpers
- Relocates License Plate Below the Grille
- Allows Maximum Airflow to the Engine
- Recommended to Remove on Moderate or More Difficult Trails
- Removes in Minutes for Trail Use
- Does not Interfere with Fog Lights
- Micro-Texture Black Powder Coat Finish
- Easy Bolt-On Install Utilizing Factory Hardware
SLANTED ANGLE INCREASES CLEARANCE
This license plate bracket is slanted to improve the clearance when approaching a steep climb. In addition, the plate is removeable in minutes for more hardcore trails.
The license plate bracket moves the plate below the grille, maximizing your air intake.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and lead compounds, DEHP and bisphenol A (BPA) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
I installed the “DV8 V1 License Plate Relocation Bracket for Capable Bumper” on a 2023 Bronco Wildtrak and the result speaks for itself. Extremely well made in steel; it feels like it adds protection to the existing skid plate, which is bolted to the steel bumper. This bracket fits up and in between the steel bumper and skid plate. It requires careful loosening of two bolts, with washers attached to be able to slide the bracket up then, pull toward the driver side to lock in place. Afterward, retighten the two bolts to fully connect the bracket between the bumper and skid plate. Instructions are good but a word of caution: it is a bit challenging to slide a box wrench up to loosen the two bolts. And, since the washers are connected to the bolts but do not slide off you need to loosen the bolt enough to push the wobbling washer against the steel bumper in order o slide the license plate bracket up to tighten it in place. I loosened one bolt too much and it dropped out with washer the attached washer. It is challenging to get the bolt and washer back in the correct position to retighten so go slow. Loosen bolt and check, loosen and check etc, a little at a time. These brackets are sturdy as you can imagine and look great. Glad I removed the dealer installed license plate that was screwed into the plastic grill valance. Now, the Wildtrak’s black honeycomb distinctive grille can be seen. I recommend the DVR V1 relocation bracket! I’ve installed on my Bronco DV8 pinch weld covers black D-ring shackles and crash bar end caps, All have make the Bronco appearance so much better by covering over unsightly parts and adding to the look of the Bronco. My experience with DV8, across the board, is outstanding.