This one was pretty easy. Since I had to wait for the parts to arrive, I did it with the rear end already installed. But it would be a lot easier if done as a first step, before installing anything else.
Set the cover in place exactly where you want it. Take your time. I used some blocks of wood for final positioning.
Position the mounting brackets exactly where you want them. I welded mine in place, because I can. But bolts or rivets will work fine. Be sure and tap the threads in the brackets BEFORE you mount them in place. It’s a lot easier on the bench.
I did not use Dzeus fasteners here. It would be pretty rare to need to remove this quickly. But they could easily be done. Another builder even made hinges and gas struts for this. But I’m not sure how that would fit under the wing.
Once you get the brackets where you want them, crawl underneath and mark the holes for the fasteners. I uses simple 1/4″ allen bolts. Nothing fancy there.
Then it’s a straight forward matter of bolting on the other stuff to your liking. Those are the same rear lights I have on my FFR Roadster. We wanted to keep a theme going. 🙂