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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2012 7:46 pm 
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hi all,anyone know how much it will cost,full setrims tyres tubes cassett
post,or couirer :wink:
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Stick them in a shortened bike box, which should give you dimensions of circa 100x70x20cm. Up to value of £100 insured should cost £10 on a 24hr service using Parcel Monkey. Insured for more costs a little more. £15 should cover it.


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