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Any recommendations on a courier to use to send forks and shocks to be serviced/tweaked.

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Not parcel force.... My ohlins went missing... Had to take them to court to get my money back...

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Not parcel force.... My ohlins went missing... Had to take them to court to get my money back...

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Parcel force worked for me when I sent mine to Maxton
 

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I used DHL Express to send my forks and shock from Kent to Steve Plain. Regular DHL wouldn’t do it due to size of parcel. £45? I think one way. Really simple to use as well.
 

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TNT direct.
will cost 15 quid with basic insurance. next day delivery too.
in 1000's of parcels over last 10 years theyve never lost anything yet.
just do the dimensions 40x40x40. they never check and bill extra even if its bigger.
 

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I used DHL Express to send my forks and shock from Kent to Steve Plain. Regular DHL wouldn’t do it due to size of parcel. £45? I think one way. Really simple to use as well.
Thanks for the reply.
Did that include insurance, if so how much did you insure for.
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TNT direct.
will cost 15 quid with basic insurance. next day delivery too.
in 1000's of parcels over last 10 years theyve never lost anything yet.
just do the dimensions 40x40x40. they never check and bill extra even if its bigger.
Thank you.
 
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