That's what i thought when i purchased one without paying attention.
Local bike shop helped out by providing a stabiliser leg adpator to use as a connector to the bolt on the underside of the fork. Just needed to drill a couple extra holes in it.
Clearance is a little tight. It pushed the front of the mudguard down into the tire, so had to bolt it up to the rack. Then lateral alignment wasn't quite right so bodged a 2p coin to flatten out the curve of the mudguard for better sideways clearance.
(excuse the handlebar/saddle levels, have been fixed now)