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Old 14 January 2013, 06:46   #11
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Originally Posted by dubrus View Post
The engine is in north Wales.

I will ask the guy if he is willing to find a half pallet but I don't want to annoy them too much for sake of eBay feedback.

Half pallet refers to the height, not pallet size

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Old 14 January 2013, 06:51   #12
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Originally Posted by falcon0310 View Post
You don't need pallet, just book on parcels to go as only 10 kg and you only need pay 10 pounds
+1 Last time I used them was for delivering a table saw and 20kg 4x4 tyre to NE Scotland both items cost £12 ea, despite the weight difference, and arrived safe n sound the next day. see if the seller could wrap it up in bubble wrap or cardboard and you can arrange pickup through there website. thats if you can't do it through any members on here of course.

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Old 14 January 2013, 07:06   #13
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Top tip from Codprawn/Speedshift!

Whichever you do, get the seller to stick a small empty box on the upper side of the package. It stops vanmen from trying to place another pallet/package on top.


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