[Final Sale] JDM Bumper Tow Hook License Plate Mount Bracket For Nissan Juke Rogue Infiniti

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This is a FINAL SALE item, which is either an open box or a return that might have cosmetic imperfections such as scars/scratches or even broken tabs. The product itself has been tested to be in fully working condition. However, there's no return or exchange. All Sales FINAL!


  • Good for 2009-2012 Pre-LCI Nissan 370Z or All Nissan 370Z w/ Nismo Package/Bumper, 2011-2017 Nissan Juke, 2014-2016 Nissan Rogue (X-Trail), 2009-2017 Infiniti FX35 FX37 FX50 QX70, 2013-up Infiniti JX35 QX60, 2016-up Infiniti Q60, 2011-2014 Infiniti G37 Q60 Sport Coupe w/ the bumper shown in the gallery picture
  • No drill or modification required! Directly screw into original tow hole to mount the license plate instead of drilling holes into your front bumper
  • Unlike "copycats" on the market, our license mounting plate is made of black powder coated steel instead of aluminum; much stronger, more durable and better prevents the license plate from spinning due to high-speed driving
  • Also come with 8 different mounting locations to best keep the plate from blocking intake vents / lights / parking sensors with angle adjustment for plates to follow the curve of the bumper


  • Please always check the product compatibility list in the product description to make sure your vehicle is listed
  • You will also need to verify if your OEM tow hook matches the picture of the compatible tow hook shown in the product listing
  • Make sure the threading pattern is the same, regardless of tow bar color
  • The tow bar is designed to fit a number of vehicles so the space between the bumper and the support bracket may vary slightly according to your car
  • The space will give you appropriate hand-space to fully mount the license plate onto the support bracket to make the installation easier
  • If the tow hook socket/eye and the front parking sensor's distance is less than 5" apart, the license plate mounting bracket might trigger the sensor

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