Long-time reader, however I decided to sign-up today! I had a question regarding where the GP-Replica wheels can be purchased from (or alternatively an actual set of GP wheels)? I have read through all the old topics about the "worx" GP wheels, however, I am unable to find a set (even on e-bay!). If you could please help me get a lead it would be highly appreciated! (even if it is not of the worx brand) and if you could maybe provide some details about the quality if possible!
Ah right,sorry for the banter- can't imagine myself being up at 4.30 unless i was still awake or getting in, from a night out (don't you just love our 24hr drinking culture?)- it wasn't apparent you're from the US- I'd imagine postage may be a little expensive- you may have to add import taxes etc. too.
If you strike up deal with UK supplier they may arrange shipping -don't forget you wouldn't have to pay our 17.5% value added tax so you could think of that as a discount- In other words deduct that from the advertised price.
I've imported large boxes of electronic goods from china into the uk by air and that wasn't that costly but wheels are a hell of a lots heavier- perhaps a sea container shipping company is the way to go as size is more important that weight.
They require an electronic bank transfer for international customers so I'm a bit weary (I am bit paranoid with internet transactions in general); if you have any input regarding their service/reliability/existence (you never now now-a-days) it would be highly appreciated!
Last edited by MiNiManiac; Oct 6th, 2008 at 12:46 AM.
Reason: Typo :(
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