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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Dannyhall, Sep 15, 2011.

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    [Sep 15, 2011]
    Selling my bonnet on ebay and wondering which is the cheapest delivery service to use in the UK.. Parcelforce quoted £40
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    Very good site Ads, cheerse!
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    [Sep 15, 2011]
    No worries mate.
    £25 to send a bonnet in 24hrs, you can't go wrong.

    I've used them a good few times for wheels etc and the service has been excellent.
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    I'll second what Ads has said. I use Paisley Freight all the time for sending car parts and usually they pick up within a couple of hours of booking. For the prices they offer, you can't go wrong and every parcel you send is tracked. :wub: x
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    [Sep 16, 2011]
    Yea, very good price and thanks paullie.. What would you recommend to wrap it in for delivery? I can try and nick some bubble wrap from work but don't know about the corners
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    I would try and put some folded cardboard along as much of the bonnet edges,and plenty of packing at the corners as possible,then as you say plenty of bubble wrap.
    You can only do so much it depends what happens with it when its getting transported. stick a few fragile stickers on it it might help .
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