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Installing the EVdeals Rack Pack
Remove the two bolts attaching the rear fender to the fender
Hook the rear portion of the rack bracket under the lip of the
existing Currie fender, and center the bracket. Be sure the bracket
is pulled tightly against the fender, then mark the location where
you will drill the two attachment holes in the front of the fender.
Remove the rack and carefully drill two 3/16" holes in the Currie
fender. Clean up any
burrs from the holes, and install the rack
using the supplied bolts and lock nuts.
The rack system should be positioned as in the picture above.
Install the LED tail light by sliding it into the attachment clip on
the rear of the rack assembly. Be sure the LED "snaps" in position
so it will remain secure.
There are 6 slotted holes in the deck of your rack, one near each
corner and two in front of the LED attachment point. These slotted
holes receive the six Velcro straps connected to your carrying bag.
Attach the rear (center) straps first, by feeding them through the two
slotted holes near the LED. (one strap through each of the two holes)
Attach the Velcro straps together under the deck.
Feed each of the four corner straps down through its corresponding
slotted hole at the four corners of the deck. Wrap the straps around
the outside of the deck and press the strap against the Velcro to
complete the installation.