- Who will deliver a wheel?
I used Parcel Pete to send a wheelset recently. Next day, with £250 insurance, was just under a tenner with a 10% discount code*. Just make sure the box is under their max sizes:
The largest size parcel that ipostparcel’s will accept is either:
75cm x 75cm x 75cm
120cm x 50cm x 50cm
150cm x 35cm x 35cm
The maximum weight for these parcels is 25kg.
We do not accept parcels that fall outside of our maximum dimensions.
*Code was either TRYUS470 or TRY244.Posted 4 years agoMoseyMTBMember
Just to say, Parcel Pete, really don’t care about box size. My last three have been way bigger than the standard size and the guy who picks them up doesn’t seem to mind.
It’s done on weight rather than dimensions.
I have used them loads in the last month and again this week.Posted 4 years agotakisawa2Subscriber
I’ve used senditnow.com more times than I can remember, for everything from wheels to full bikes. As long as its less than 35kg they are fine. The tip-toeing through the terms & conditions, weighing & measuring etc, on senditnow.com / Hermes can ba a pain in the ass sometimes, when senditnow.com will just do it for a few £ more.Posted 4 years ago
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