Isn't it just a fixit ticket? Attach with shoelaces and take it off when you're done.I told them not to install it (they asked, fortunately), and so I'm running with no front place (in Illinois). I'm hoping it won't be an issue. I haven't found any decent retractable plate things, and I'd want it electronic I guess. But it'd be a pain to have to always remember to pop it out... So I guess we just run the risk?
Thanks!Nice TH!! The bright white looks great! What factored into your decision to not install the sto-n-sho?
Okay. That makes sense. I'll take a closer look when I get my TH back from the paint treatment. I see from the other thread that yours is actually the Ivory TriCoat. Sorry about that. It looks great. I guess it just looked like the other white on my screen. The TriCoat must be stunning in direct sunlight.Thanks!
Once we put it up on the lift and found the only place we could put it up and try to mount it, there wasn't a great place, there is a vent almost in every position on the front lower area and I didn't feel it would be stable without some added help.
No worries, it was an overcast day when he took that pic and I had to de-rez it for this site's upload limits, I had to get the ivory for the plate I have. It's not that it can't be done, I had the guys who did the ceramic coating tell me they could make a nice platform for it the other risk is if I run into something with it, which is not unlikely, so I decided it's better where it is for now.Okay. That makes sense. I'll take a closer look when I get my TH back from the paint treatment. I see from the other thread that yours is actually the Ivory TriCoat. Sorry about that. It looks great. I guess it just looked like the other white on my screen. The TriCoat must be stunning in direct sunlight.
Did you buy the one for the 2017/18 SRT? Or did you find a Trackhawk specific model? Thanks in advance.STO N SHO was easy to install and makes it simple to remove front plate when you get sick of how ugly a front plate looks (often). I recommend for anyone that legally requires the front plate and does not like the idea of placing it against or near the windshield, or paying the fix-it tickets when ditching the front plate altogether. Does not significantly block any functioning component of the Trackhawk...perhaps a very minor change to air flow right at the splitter. Obviously I'd rather go without the plate, but to me this looks better than the standard bracket and gives the option to remove very quickly with the pull of a spring-loaded pin. Cheers
Check out bigmikesperformanceparts.com You'll find that part #SNS110 is listed as 2017/18 SRT or Trackhawk. It's my understanding that the fascia for both is almost identical. Either way, this part should work for both. The base plate has holes roughly 6" centre-to-centre which matches the fascia bottom fastener spacing on the TH perfectly.Did you buy the one for the 2017/18 SRT? Or did you find a Trackhawk specific model? Thanks in advance.