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Hey there,

I do prefer buying the Coy's C5 wheel, because they are a single casted part, I like um more then American racing and ofcourse because they are a tad cheaper.
The problem is Coy's is not willing to ship overseas, believe me I spend over an hour on the phone with them.
Does anybody know a Coy's reseller who would?
If I order them through a shop here, it will cost me 1200€ without taxes and shipped in a container (which means for the shop : lower import taxes as it will be written down as second hand, and hardly any shipping cost as the freight cost will be distributed over I dont know how many parts.

coys price 170$ * 4 = 680$ with the current exchange rate = 680/1.3711 = 500€ + 28% import tax and handling = 640€, I'm sure the shipping cost will be less then 560€.

So please if anybody knows someone who knows a shop, I would be glad to hear.

Thanks
Nick
 

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Do you have a friend in the states?

Have them ship your new wheels to your friend, then have your friend ship them to you in Belgium.
 

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Hey there,

I do prefer buying the Coy's C5 wheel, because they are a single casted part, I like um more then American racing and ofcourse because they are a tad cheaper.
The problem is Coy's is not willing to ship overseas, believe me I spend over an hour on the phone with them.
Does anybody know a Coy's reseller who would?
If I order them through a shop here, it will cost me 1200€ without taxes and shipped in a container (which means for the shop : lower import taxes as it will be written down as second hand, and hardly any shipping cost as the freight cost will be distributed over I dont know how many parts.

coys price 170$ * 4 = 680$ with the current exchange rate = 680/1.3711 = 500€ + 28% import tax and handling = 640€, I'm sure the shipping cost will be less then 560€.

So please if anybody knows someone who knows a shop, I would be glad to hear.

Thanks
Nick


Go over to pro-touring.com theres a bunch of wheel vendors over there that sell Coys.

Nick
 

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Patrick : Unfortunally only people I have worked for in the past, but I'd better not mix prof relationships with personal ones, on the other hand if you are volunteering ... ;)

Nick : Great tip man, found a few and mails are send out, cheers

Nick
 
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