CURT License Plate Holder Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
Display your license plates easily with the CURT License Plate Holder. Keeping your rig road-legal is important, but that doesn’t have to interfere with all of your heavy-duty jobs. If your after market equipment interferes with your plates, CURT has the perfect solution.
This burly holder fits into any 2” receiver hitch, making it easy to take your license plate on and off. Perfect for front-mounted receivers that displace your license plate. Just remove the CURT License Plate Holder when you need to use the receiver and replace it for legal road driving. Backed by CURT’s 1-year warranty.
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Frederick T (ABINGDON, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 30, 2014 2:34 AM
this product is excellent. Maybe a bit too heavy duty for a license plate adapter. the bolt holes on the holder are really oversized compared to the holes in the license plate. I have a CBI Offroad front mount hidden hitch and the adaptor works perfectly in the reciever.
Reviewed by Craig G (Kennewick, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Sep 30, 2013 9:32 PM
Heavy metal construction. Overall it works well. A bit pricey considering what it is. Quality control on assembly wasn't as good as I hoped. Plate wasn't welded to the bar quite right so wasn't completely square. Left side 1/8 inch lower than right side. Not something you would normally notice, but the slight angle kept from being able to slide under roller fairlead. Who knows the odds of exchanging it to get a "square" one so took care of problem with a grinder and some black paint.
Reviewed by Thomas K (ELMIRA, NY) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler — Sep 28, 2013 3:49 AM
Everything about this product is top notch. The material, welding, and finish we're all second to none. This product will outlast me! The 4 holes for attaching the plate were much larger than needed so I had to go to the hardware store for appropriate sized bolts and washers, but it allows for a little deviation in the alignment of the holes in the plate you are going to attach. I was falsely concerned that the "play" between this product and the hitch receiver would cause nuisance noise.
Reviewed by Robert W (Lebanon, TN) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-250 — Jul 13, 2013 3:16 AM
I moved to Texas and now legally need a front tag. I have a Curt front receiver on my truck, so this was a logical choice. Very study (probably too much metal for a tag holder). I don't know what the holes were drilled for, but you HAVE to use washers or something. I used an old tag on the back side. The holes are HUGE.
Reviewed by Michael P (DELAWARE, OH) — Jul 02, 2013 11:31 PM
As other have said, the holes are big enough to require washers. I used elevator style carriage bolts, with a black license plate frame, lock washers and stainless acorn nuts. The licence plate was easily centered and looks good.
Reviewed by Kyle K (Maple Plain, MN) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Wrangler — Aug 26, 2012 11:11 AM
Its a very solid product. The only flaw is that the holes are way too big. I don't know why whoever designed this cut holes as big as they are. You will need to use a washer to be able to bolt on the license plate.
Reviewed by Anthony J G (Harrold, TX) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-150 — Jul 08, 2009 6:36 AM
It was a perfect fit for my vehicle and a sought after solution to reattaching the front licence plate to my F150 Pickup after installing a front mounted hitch receiver that I use for my removable hitch wench.