After adding the sturdy new rack from Cycleracks.com to my 2008 KLR 650, I was not thrilled with the tabs on the rack that were provided- they were tucked under the rack, and if the rack was loaded, the signals would not be visible except from the direct rear You can see the tabs left and right of where the tool kit is- they are covered by tape. I decided to move the turn signals to a point out on the fender. This would work for other riders, too, that have put on panniers or other wads of aftermarket farkle on the back. Lacking a machine shop, I decided to "go Cheap" and utilize the existing bracket that holds the reflectors to the license plate. The bracket is a little flimsy, but the signals are not heavy and this will save constructing a complete new bracket. This is a drawing of the reflector bracket. I used the existing holes on the original luggage rack to trace the shape of the holes on a piece of thin blue masking tape. Then I carefully centered the outline, shown here by dotted lines, on to the reflector bracket. Next, I drilled a pilot hole and cut the shape out with a saber saw, and a dremel tool. Then I used a rat tail file and a small flat file to smooth the shape. You don’t want the metal to cut the rubber on the turn signals. I painted the bracket red to match my fender, and placed a large rubber “pad” cut out of an old truck mud flap, to act as a platform for the bracket and keep it from being bent when it is tightened to the fender later. Here it is before final wiring. The holes in the fender are not exposed to water from the tire, because a sub-fender is underneath. When you mount the bracket it may not go on exactly parallel to the horizon, so I shimmed the top a little so the signals are parallel to the road. Here are a couple of other shots: The bracket does vibrate when the bike is idling, and it s a little wonky, but seems to be holding out fine. It may shake the filaments of the bulbs, but they are still working fine. I will evaluate further after I run it a while. Also the signals will be the first to go if you back into something or someone taps you from the rear. I may replace the original signals later with an after-market LED array. You will have to extend the wires. I soldered the connections, and if you use quick disconnects I’d recommend using dielectric grease on any components. The place you will have to splice is directly under where the wheel will spray. I hope this helps! One KLR rider said I should move the license plate up as well, but that would mean moving the light, etc.