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    Done.

    On sale January 2, 2011. What you see is what you can get.
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    Congratulations on a job well done.
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    thank you so much. I can't wait.
    Oh sh!+ just force upgraded to cat1. Now what?
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    i'm moving there just for that plate!
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    Earthpig, do you get the 000000 plate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Earthpig, do you get the 000000 plate?
    Nope. I guess when ITD mocks up a plate they put the zeros on there to give a sense as to how it will look with alphanumeric characters.

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    6 letters? I am generally not a customized plate kinda guy, but I may go for it ...

    JABBER
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    I want BSEBY, but I heard that some jackwagon already has that one reserved.

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    Already have mine figured out, but don't want anyone to steal it!
    Can't wait for this plate.
    So, January 2nd we should be able to order it online?
    Good work on this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boise Jim
    So, January 2nd we should be able to order it online?
    Hoping so, but with all facets of the gubmint, you never quite know their actual timelines. The last design edit that was promised in "a day or two" took 3 weeks. The enabling law becomes effective on January 1, 2011, but I don't know about ITD's system.

    I'll continue to update as ITD gives me the information on sales.

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    break the code

    my dream plate:

    htfp://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=boise,id&daddr=43.487241 ,-116.41374+to:43.48847,-116.42098+to:43.4884141,-116.426752+to:43.462367,-116.5333017+to:43.4256144,-116.5334396+to:Unknown+road&geocode=Fdd5mQIdfMIS-SmdtEfpcvGuVDGbnWc2m5hbmg%3BFQmQlwId1KoP-SlHdZMcEUWuVDGd7I7Tx6ChcQ%3BFdaUlwIdjI4P-Snl-5buEUWuVDGWFvlxcogHBQ%3BFZ6UlwIdAHgP-SkJgcp8DEWuVDFph_hH6Ku83g%3BFd8ulwIdy9cN-SnpXKGpSkauVDFkzt9DQ9hnFg%3BFU6flgIdQdcN-SmJzLUiQkeuVDEC9mqRkIdZMQ%3BFSlzlQIdThkL-Q&gl=us&hl=en&mra=dpe&mrcr=0&mrsp=5&sz=13&via=1,2, 3,4,5&sll=43.448059,-116.531811&sspn=0.063808,0.127029&safe=on&ie=UTF8& ll=43.422006,-116.585541&spn=0.510687,1.016235&t=h&z=10

    don't know exactly what it says, but think its a treasure map to some secret trail in Idaho
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    Great job getting this done. I am getting one as soon as they are out.

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    Ordered and on the way, Thanks for all the hard work on getting this plate out. Anyone else got theirs yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    6 letters? I am generally not a customized plate kinda guy, but I may go for it ...

    JABBER
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    DMV says you can get this as a vanity plate or with a regular alpha/numeric designation for a lesser fee.
    '08 Jamis Dakota 29er
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    As a Montanan I am jealous of that plate. That is very cool, although my 5 bike racks and the many stickers all over my car might also show I'm a fan of the MTB.

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    From the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) web site: Fees will be In addition to vehicle registration fees, this customized plate will cost $60.00 for the first year with a $40.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. Not quite what MTB Action reported the fees to be...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howley


    From the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) web site: Fees will be In addition to vehicle registration fees, this customized plate will cost $60.00 for the first year with a $40.00 renewal fee each year thereafter. Not quite what MTB Action reported the fees to be...
    I think the non-personalized version of these plates is $35/$25.
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    Hmmm... can't find the non-personalized version to order. Every time I click on the MB plate, it only offers the personalized version.
    Is a non-personalized version even available?

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    Yes standard version with random plate # is available. My understanding is that you have to go in to one of the DMV offices to get the standard version. That's what I did and mine are being mailed to me.
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    Got mine ordered yesterday!
    Went to the DMV and ordered standard plates.
    FYI- will take up to four weeks to receive them. The woman at DMV said they are only printed once a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    On sale January 2, 2011. What you see is what you can get.
    Very cool, now show us another shot of your FJ60 please

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    Yeah, you can only get a non-personalized specialty plate by going to your local county DMV office unfortunately. I'm hoping that accessidaho changes that. ITD told me that Department of Corrections should be shipping the first of the plates as early as this week.

    Per MoB, yes, the NON-personalized plates will be $35 at purchase, and $25 on renewal, of which $22 and $12 go to trails. (ITD takes the first $13 for administrative cost.)

    (As for the FJ60, it's gone to a new home in Wyoming.)
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    Update: the first of the plates have landed. One bad "MF" if you get my meaning.


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    Oooooohhh, can't wait for mine- maybe in today's mail? Yeah, no more "famous potatoes" for me!

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    Famous Trails

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    Thanks for all the effort to make this happen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdlhrd
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    Thanks for all the effort to make this happen!
    Honestly, if this means just one new or improved trail for Idaho mountain bikers, I'll be more than happy. Thanks to Brett Magnuson of Magnuson Design for the graphic, Greg Hoskins for the image, Rep. Brian Cronin of District 19 for the sponsorship, and countless others for their hard work and support.

    This is SO EFFING COOL!!!!!

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    Santa made two visits to my house today!


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    Damn, maybe I'll get mine today...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boise Jim
    Damn, maybe I'll get mine today...
    Yeah, waiting for one more to arrive here. Post a pic when you get yours!

    Odd numbering system they're going with on the plates, though. Somebody at ITD or DOC really likes the #3 apparently.

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    earthpig-
    Didn't get mine, so I'm thinking I just missed the last round of plates and I'll have to wait for a month or so.
    Bummed because I want to get those on the Jeep!
    Keeping my eye out for ya'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boise Jim
    earthpig-
    Didn't get mine, so I'm thinking I just missed the last round of plates and I'll have to wait for a month or so.
    Bummed because I want to get those on the Jeep!
    Keeping my eye out for ya'!
    I wasn't aware that they did only one printing a month. That's odd. I'll check with ITD and see if that's the way it works. Generally, they are on about a 2 week schedule - it usually takes two weeks from order to delivery. FWIW, I've only received one of the two plates I ordered, even though they charged my card for the second one only about 3 days after the first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    ... FWIW, I've only received one of the two plates I ordered, even though they charged my card for the second one only about 3 days after the first.
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    The cons must work the license plate press one week a month. Too busy beating the crap out of each other the rest of the time.
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    I ordered my plate today it will say "GOMTB"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrid
    The cons must work the license plate press one week a month. Too busy beating the crap out of each other the rest of the time.
    My question about printing schedules has fallen into a black hole. They charged my card for my personalized plate on 1/4 and it was delivered on 1/20. They charged my card for the non-personalized plate on 1/7 and as of yesterday, nada. Hoping to see it by the end of the week.

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    I miss the good old days of just taking someone else's license plate off their car for personal use. Then kicking a potato into their tailpipe and putting a new bumper sticker on their car - NRA if they are in the north end and Sierra Club if they are from elsewhere.

    All these fanciful pretty license plates these days with birds and kayakers and mountain bikes and horses and shiz are just so darn feminine. Soft and not enough filth.
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    All these fanciful pretty license plates these days with birds and kayakers and mountain bikes and horses and shiz are just so darn feminine. Soft and not enough filth.
    A lot o' people don't realize what's really going on. They view life as a bunch o' unconnected incidents 'n things. They don't realize that there's this, like, lattice o' coincidence that lays on top o' everything. Give you an example; show you what I mean: suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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    Just ordered mine....
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    Quote Originally Posted by millerlynx
    Just ordered mine....
    Awe, you got it. I'll have to go with idea #2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    A lot o' people don't realize what's really going on. They view life as a bunch o' unconnected incidents 'n things. They don't realize that there's this, like, lattice o' coincidence that lays on top o' everything. Give you an example; show you what I mean: suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.
    When people ride in my car they're shi*-scared.

    Put your seatbelt on, boy. I don't ride with anybody 'less they wear their seatbelt. It's one of my rules.

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    Per ITD:

    "Depending upon when the plate is ordered and from which part of the state, it can take anywhere from 10 days to 24 days to be mailed. That sounds like a big range of time, but sometimes there are things that happen within correctional industries which requires them to shut down the facility. You can use your imagination on why that might be."

    I'm sure Twisted Crank's imagination is running wild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    I'm sure Twisted Crank's imagination is running wild.
    I am imagining the license plate I want for my suburban assault vehicle will have a Highlands MILF walking a boutique Labradoodle in the Foothills while gossiping on her cell phone on it.

    It's only fair.

    That's what I'm imagining. Swole.
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