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  1. Since this posting I learned that the jack handle bar should be used to tighten the bolts to the foot peg hold downs. I had previously been tightening them by hand. I have been told that the foot peg hold downs would not have released if I had used the bar. I still have the motojackrack and haven't attempted to sell it or return it. I plan to use it for my next off-road bike. This rack is small, stores anywhere and sets up quickly. I would have probably sold this one and purchased another, but I haven't seen anything on the market that is better than the motojackrack. Jim * This was my previous post: I have the motojackrack. My KLR 650 fell off the rack on to the freeway I5 over the weekend. The motojackrack would probably be OK if there was a lock of some type that would keep the foot peg hold down from releasing. I was lucky because the accident happened at 5:00 AM on a Sunday morning with very little traffic. Jim... *
  2. Since this posting I learn that the jack handle bar should be used to tighten the bolts to the foot peg hold downs. I had previously been tightening them by hand. I have been told that the foot peg hold downs would not have released if I had used the bar. I still have the motojackrack and haven't attempted to sell it or return it. I plan to use it for my next off-road bike. This rack is small, stores anywhere and sets up quickly. I would have probably sold this one and purchased another, but I haven't seen anything on the market that is better than the motojackrack. Jim * This was my previous post: I have a motojackrack and my KLR 650 fell off on the freeway (I5) at 65 MPH. The torque did not hold. Wish there was some way to lock the bike on the rack before entering the freeway. Has anyone found a way to prevent the foot peg hold downs from releasing? Thanks, Jim.. *