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    Mark Johnston
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    Anyone know or used a courier to transport alloys. Only couriers I've used have been my hermes and dpd both of which either won't or make it very difficult to deliver larger packages.

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    I've never used them but a name that comes up a lot is https://www.paisleyfreight.com/
    2018 Pepper White & Red F56 JCW
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    Mark Johnston
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    £35 for a set of 17s seems pretty reasonable

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    Thatís ridiculously low.



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    Iíve used them and all was well


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    Used them a few times, normally quicker than they say as well


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    Mark Johnston
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    If I get the wheels I'm after I'll definitely be using them. Can't argue with that price and they seem to have a good track record

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    Iíd use Paisley freight too. Fast and reliable and the prices are always good


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    Another vote for Paisley, used them to send an engine and received by the buyer in A1 condition. Have also sent alloys with no problems, just made sure they were wrapped OTT

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