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Redback
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Bash plate

Post by Redback » Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:35 am

Got a new bash plate for the gs from AS3 Performance in the UK, ordered Thursday the 3rd arrived Tuesday the 8th, how bloody good is that.

Looks good quality too, $270 including postage.

Baz
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Re: Bash plate

Post by Andrew2 » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:21 pm

Unreal isn't it. I bought a GPR exhaust from England and it arrived in less than a week. I've ordered stuff from Darwin and it's taken a fortnight to get here :roll: .

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Re: Bash plate

Post by 1coolbanana » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:16 am

Did they charge you import duty?

Its taken 3 weeks for me to get something from Marrickville to the other side of Sydney :mad:

Bought fork springs from the US on a Friday, received it Monday!
Its complete and utter bullshit what we have to put up with.
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Re: Bash plate

Post by Andrew2 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 5:43 pm

It certainly is....and I work for them :mad: . I'm not sure where the problem lies to be honest. I work at the end of the line, sorting and delivery, and nothing gets left behind bar the occasional run that can't be covered for a max of 1 day. I'm sure nothing gets left behind at the mail centres as everything is monitored closely. Three weeks from Marrickville sounds like it hasn't posted been sent yet.
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Re: Bash plate

Post by Redback » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:36 pm

1coolbanana wrote:
Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:16 am
Did they charge you import duty?

Its taken 3 weeks for me to get something from Marrickville to the other side of Sydney :mad:

Bought fork springs from the US on a Friday, received it Monday!
Its complete and utter bullshit what we have to put up with.
I'm only assuming they have, no indication they have or haven't, so don't know and to be honest don't know how I know how to find out whether they did or didn't, do I keep a record and submit it at tax time or what??

I know about postage within Australia, it can be terrible and have waited 3 weeks myself with all the bloody lame excuses.
Cheers Baz.

2006 R1200GS.....1973 H2-A Kawasaki 750

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Re: Bash plate

Post by Redback » Tue Jan 15, 2019 9:55 am

A couple of pics
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