Posting a wheel Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Posting a wheel Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 15 total) Posting a wheel steviedSubscriber ipostparcels are pretty good, used them a few times now. IIRC wheel sized items go by ParcelFarce. Posted 4 years ago vanilla83Member myhermes are great. There’s a 25% off code floating around the ‘net for first time users too. Posted 4 years ago versesSubscriber Thanks for those myhermes is looking good 🙂 Posted 4 years ago jairajSubscriber I once posted 2 wheels in one big box via parcel force. cost something like £18 including insurance for at least £250. Posted 4 years ago versesSubscriber I need to post a wheel for some warranty work but could use some courier advice. Looking at Royal Mail’s Price checker it only goes up to “Medium Parcel” which isn’t going to be big enough (61cm x 46cm x 46cm). Does anyone know what the next level of service would be or is there another reliable courier I should use? Posted 4 years ago plyphonMember Collectt+ are good too and have taken two wheels from me no dramas Posted 4 years ago breatheeasyMember re the Post Office you’ll be looking at their Parcelforce service as anything over the size of a small thimble isn’t in their “improved for the customer” parcel sizings, so immediately looking at £13+ before any insurance etc. Posted 4 years ago MSMember I used parcel monkey who sent it by city link. Depends how much the wheel is worth but for £200 insurance value I was £12 for next day delivery. Posted 4 years ago Deveron53Member I have used Pharos Parcels and Collectplus. Pharos use UPS. Posted 4 years ago umop3pisdnMember Senditnow.com,cheaper than everything else suggested and have worked fine for me half a dozen times Posted 4 years ago IanWMember I couldnt get a pair of wheels in a box MyHermes would carry, one wheel may sneak in the limit. In the end I used Parcelforce £13 insured. Posted 4 years ago MSMember Senditnow.com,cheaper than everything else suggested and have worked fine for me half a dozen times No they are not! Slightly dearer than I paid through parcel monkey… Posted 4 years ago soopsMember I posted a wheel today 2nd class recorded for £8.83. Posted 4 years ago MSMember I posted a wheel today 2nd class recorded for £8.83. Your only covered up to £20 or so aren’t you? Posted 4 years ago versesSubscriber Played “safe” and went with Parcel Force in the end, about £13 for 48hr delivery including £200 insurance. Thanks for the pointers and suggestions 🙂 Posted 4 years ago Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 15 total) The topic ‘Posting a wheel’ is closed to new replies.