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    i need some tyres picking up, but dont know how to arrange a courier, the seller wont send but will pack. can i arrange from parcel2go.com or any other website, i need 1 picking up from one seller and 3 from another.

    can anyone help please.

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    paisley freight i used the last time, think it was £27.99 for 4 wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by taffy bhoy View Post
    paisley freight i used the last time, think it was £27.99 for 4 wheels
    cheers what about for 1 tyre from a seller.

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    only site for couriers you or anyone else will ever need.

    http://www.parcel2go.com/?gclid=CPTa...FSbMtAodQEoAjA

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sri View Post
    only site for couriers you or anyone else will ever need.

    http://www.parcel2go.com/?gclid=CPTa...FSbMtAodQEoAjA

    ok i normally use that one to send ebay items i have sold , but i need to order a collection from a seller to my address how do i do that?

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    you can do it easily if the other party is willing to print out the details (you would email a copy for him to stick to the package) as most couriers on that site require you or buyer to have a printer, its only fair that you warn the other party that the courier can call anytime of day and they will have to ait in all day on the day of collection.

    so his address becomes the colection addy and yours becomes the delivery addy,all paid for by you, he only has to stick the order details to the package that you have sent him to print off.
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    Paisley freight for me book online easy

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    thank you guys for help @o6 sri, now why did I not think of that lmaoo!

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    another question with paisley freight can i just send like that with pallet wrap or does it have to be in a box?

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    Only company I ever use for big stuff is www.directcouriersolutions.co.uk

    They'll collect and deliver 4 tyres up to 20" next day delivery for £25.50

    I've used them for all sorts, front and rear bumpers, sideskirts, alloys, tyres, brakes.#I use their £12.90 service all the time, anything under a metre long up to 25kg £12.90 delivered next day.
    Absolutely 1st class service, wouldn't use anyone else!

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