In the pictures above and below you can see that I had to use P-clamps. This set-up works its just not the look I am looking for. The Rawland Cycles Raidoverks Rando Rack is a nice rack and has three mounting locations for light and also fender mounts. The rack also mounts at the top of the fork, so I had to change my straddle cable to an old school cable mount to be able to get the straddle cable over the fork mount. I just used a brake cable for a straddle cable which seems to workout well.
Not being happy with the P-clamps I went to my local LBS to see if the could order some longer struts for me. Just so happen the shop rat had a set on-hand. Pictured below are the off-set struts I purchased for $10. I believe straight struts would have also worked just as well.
Pictured below I have replaced the Raidoverks strut with the one I purchased from my LBS. Since I am not an engineer I have no idea if this changes the strength of the original design. I the Raidoverks is a rock solid design. Since this rack was designed for both straight-blade and traditional raked forks, the only improvement I could see is making the point where the strut attaches at the top of the rack more adjustable.
Couple more test rides are in order!