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Old 01-12-2016, 02:50 PM   #1
NatalieS
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Join Date: Jan 2016
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Roof Rack and Bike Lift



Be the talk of your bike club! This system turns heads and has people asking many questions!

I'm a short gal and always had problems getting my bikes on the roof of my 323i, 2008. I invested in this system. It took me under a minute to load either my road bike, or my MTB.

With this set up, it is almost impossible to hit your ride, with your other ride.

I have the original wrench and all manuals for both pieces. This system is extremely hard to come by used. It's fully adjustable to set up for pretty much any bike. These are all genuine BMW parts.

Note: I had to mod this to fit the handlebars of my Norco MTB, so it's ready for any MTB. Of course I have all of the original parts as well.

Asking $450 to someone who appreciates this! I would also trade this system for a platform type hitch mount for my X3.
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