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  1. #1 QLink/QingQi rack...cause Carl asked me to 
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    I got a rear rack for my Qlink XF200 from Carl and he asked me to post some pictures. I had to figure out how to mount the turn signals as they point kind of funky when re-bolting to the rack. I ended up reversing the direction of the mounting bracket after squareing them up a bit in my vice. This points the signals the wrong way so I took off the lenses and pulled the bulb. I then pulled the plastic housing out of the rubber part and turned them the right way. It's not a perfect fit as there is a gloove and slot that mates the parts together but it holds. I wrapped some electrical tape around the joint to make sure it stays. The lenses have to be swapped as they have small notches in them for water drainage. The bolts supplied are ok for the front mounts but need to be a little longer for the back so I replaced those. The original ones for the grab rails can be re-used without any problems. The rack fits perfect . I know that ChinaV had some problems with the one he got for his new 250;

    http://www.mychinamoto.com/forums/sh...ht=rack&page=3

    All and all I am very pleased with the fit, finish, and price. Thanks again Carl!



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    Much thanks Dave! See what happens once people find out you got skillz?

    Looks good and I'm glad it fits up just right. That said, I got 8 left and available for anyone who be interested.

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  3. #3 Re: QLink/QingQi rack...cause Carl asked me to 
    Hi Carl, Do you still have one of those racks left and how much do you want for it.
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    Fitted mine as well. I re-used the longer rear bolts removed from the grab handles as well.

    I looked at my indicators and their brackets for ages, considered making some new ones, but in the end I found a generous length of connecting wire attaching them. This enabled me to move them further rearward, drill two holes in the plastic mudguard and attach them there close to the rear light fitting.

    The rack is magnificent, very strong, with built-in grab handles and a plastic coated finish that won't chip off like paint or need polishing like chrome.

    Thanks for obtaining them for us Carl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kurt10464 View Post
    Hi Carl, Do you still have one of those racks left and how much do you want for it.
    Sure do! The tune is 60USD shipped on CONUS.

    PM me if interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forchetto View Post
    I looked at my indicators and their brackets for ages, considered making some new ones, but in the end I found a generous length of connecting wire attaching them. This enabled me to move them further rearward, drill two holes in the plastic mudguard and attach them there close to the rear light fitting.
    i also ended up remounting them to the rear fender in China but then the signals pointed inward. I wonder if it would be possible to take block of rubber and make a small wedge to offset the andle of the
    fender?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyCarl View Post
    Sure do! The tune is 60USD shipped on CONUS.

    PM me if interested.

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    HI CARL. Yes I am interested my phone number is (925)946-9881 and my e-mail is kurtdheindel@yahoo.com send me the info so I can get a cashiers check sent to you. Thank you, Kurt
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    Im interessed. Im from Spain too.
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    It's quite a rack-et you've got goin on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by camps View Post
    Im interessed. Im from Spain too.
    When I discovered that Qingqi fitted racks to some of their models but not the ones imported to Spain, I found the part number, found some actual photos and sent them to Qingqi Iberica the Spanish importer. I told him that if he brought them and sold them as an accessory he would probably sell as many as bikes and make a little money too. Everyone would want one. Never even got a reply.
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