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    So when you have sold a set of wheels and they need to be sent off to their new owners who have you used? Who offers a good service and reasonable costs etc?

    Also how did you package them? Just wrap them in cardboard and tape?

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    Packaging; Put a circular cardboard disc on each side and tape around. The tread will still show but this is not normally a problem.

    Couriers are more differcult, but try DPD.

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    There are no tyres on them at the min so will need some wrapped round there too I guess?

    Off to google DPD

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    As mucklestone pointed out cardboard on the face, id be included to wrap them in that foam under layer that goes under laminate flooring the tape up with brown packing tape. Sure there are couriers advertising on ebay for wheel delivery. Maybe try halfrauds, see if they have had wheels delivered and have the old boxes they came in waiting to be binned.

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    Some good ideas there That foam stuff is a cheap option too

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    http://www.parcelmonkey.co.uk/

    i send my old wheels to andy_hare using them

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    Thanks

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    I have sent loads with www.parcels2go.co.uk

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    paisley freight were spot on for me - they advertise on ebay but have set prices for wheels etc on there website - cheap too im sure it was £26 for 4 16" wheels and tyres

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