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Location: Bradford, ON, Canada
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A roof rack is the way to go, certain companies don't make applications for the e36 due to the lack of gutters. Just don't forget that the bikes are on the roof when going through low drive throughs, and entering your garage. They do increase noise (a rack fairing helps), and do increase your fuel consumption though.
Truck mounted racks suck. I worked at a bike shop for 4 years and I've seen them damage a lot of cars, and bikes.
Trailer hitch racks are also awesome, but how many of us have trailer hitches on our e36's (not including corkoman :P)
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