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    Veteran Member Three Rings
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    Alexandria, VA

    Towhook License Plate Holder

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    What's the consensus on best towhook license plate frame for the B9 S5/S5 SB?

    Photos would be appreciated...damn Virginia and their front plate laws.
    2018 S5 Sportback - Navarra Blue/Rotor Gray, Prestige
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    Stage 2 Banner Advertiser Four Rings Jimminez@Nemesis's Avatar
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    2019 RS5 SB (inbound), 2018 Q7
    Ottawa, Canada

    I used Rho V2 on one of mine and worked great. They have on for the S5.
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    Established Member Two Rings Dlau's Avatar
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    I've used a US millworks one on my car for a while and eventually decided to just run the car plateless. The mount is good nonetheless if you decide you must run it. I also have it for sale if interested.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    i'm using the us millworks quick release mount.. pricey but awesome quality.
    Current: 2016 Audi S5

    Past: 2014 BMW 435xi, 2006 Audi S4 DTM, 2003 BMW M3

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    Active Member One Ring
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    Dallas Texas USA

    I've used these on my previous Porsches and AMGs, now waiting on a S5 Sportback. ,really high quality, Easy to install, it's held to the bottom of the front Fascia with some tiny screws but the real holding is some strong double faced tape. When you remove it you can't see the screws holes. Looks a lot nicer to me than the tow hook ones. I've actually moved it along 3 different cars so far. Will probably buy a new one for the S5. Funny, had some front end damage on my last AMG and after it was fixed I just put the plate and bent bracket in the rear and was prepared to tell the cop if I was stopped that it was damaged and I ordered a new one......never had to as never got stopped but I thought it gave me at least a talking point of getting out the ticket as Texas is also a 2 plate state and they use it as an excuse to stop you. I highly recommend it.

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    Senior Member Two Rings zoomzoom!'s Avatar
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    2015 Q5 3.0T (Wife), 2000 GMC Sierra
    Richmond, VA

    Looks like the one here will block at least one proximity sensor, ya?
    Richmond, VA
    2018 S5 Daytona Cabrio
    2015 Q5 Ibis (Wife)
    SOLD: 2013 A6 3.0T

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    Senior Member Three Rings Batman0424's Avatar
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    2018 VW Tiguan SEL Prem
    Hopewell, NJ

    Really digging the magnet option. The mounts look very subtle and I can take the plate on/off with ease.

    Also, for me, I much prefer the plate to be centered when Iím - as opposed to mounted where the tow hook is located.

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