Courier service

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Wayne172, Jul 4, 2019.

  1. Wayne172

    Wayne172 Paid Member

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    Location:
    Oxfordshire
    Car:
    Clio 200
    Hi, can anyone recommend a courier company that will pick up a set of wheels with tyres and deliver them to me?
    Iv never done this before and was thinking of doing this as I have not got the time to travel and pick up the wheels in question at the minute.

    Thanks,
    Wayne.
     
  2. Big Ben

    Big Ben Winner - POTM February 2018 Paid Member

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    Location:
    Herts
    Car:
    197
    Paisley freight
     
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  3. Beany

    Beany Platinum Member

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    Location:
    Doncaster
    Car:
    RB 200 cup
    Yeah as mentioned paisley freight are good and cheap
     
  4. Wayne172

    Wayne172 Paid Member

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    Location:
    Oxfordshire
    Car:
    Clio 200
    Thanks for the reply guys.
    Will they take loose wheels? They're not boxed up or anything.
     
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  5. Beany

    Beany Platinum Member

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    I’m sure they will.. however I’d expect they’d take no liability for damage in transit. Try get the personal sending them to atleast try and cardboard over the face of the alloy
     
  6. Wayne172

    Wayne172 Paid Member

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    Location:
    Oxfordshire
    Car:
    Clio 200
    Iv just been on the website and it says that alloy wheels must be indvidualy bubble wrapped and then put into a cardboard box.

    I'll message the guy and see if he would be able to at least box them.
     
  7. Johnny 99

    Johnny 99 Winner - POTM October 2018 Platinum Member

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    Car:
    Clio Renaultsport 200
    I sent wheels by Paisley Freight with tyres on I taped cardboard discs to the faces, bubble wrapped them & then used pallet wrap around the lot with duct tape holding it together. Without tyres they need to be bubble wrapped then boxed.
     
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