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OK I'm going to post this again.

Maha race ski with size 11 DC bindings (w/ bag): $1000.00
Maha 360 with HO lg bindings (w/ bag): has new home
Race Helmet: $50.00
Head and arm restraints: $60.00
Holeshot: has new home
Race Bridle: has new home
Wings race suit (Holes in back): $25.00

If interested in any of the remaining items call me 480-326-7191.

Cheers!

Ed
 

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OK I'm going to post this again.

Maha race ski with size 11 DC bindings (w/ bag): $1000.00
Maha 360 with HO lg bindings (w/ bag): has new home
Race Helmet: $50.00
Head and arm restraints: $60.00
Holeshot: has new home
Race Bridle: has new home
Wings race suit (Holes in back): $25.00

If interested in any of the remaining items call me 480-326-7191.

Cheers!

Ed
Hey Ed,, I forget, are the bindings set up right foot forward? What size is the helmet? I may know someone interested.
 

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Right Foot Forward... not sure on the hemet Med maybe. Have them call me.
 

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Right Foot Forward... not sure on the hemet Med maybe. Have them call me.
Will do,, he was by here today. Partly wanted you to put up more information for other guys who may be looking.
 

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Here is what's left.

Maha race ski with size 11 DC bindings (w/ bag): $1000.00
Race Helmet: $50.00
Head and arm restraints: $60.00
Wings race suit (Holes in back): $25.00

If interested in any of the remaining items call me 480-326-7191.

Ed
 

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Hi really intrested in the wing, but the one problem is i am in the UK
if i looked into possible shipping, would you be happy to post?

thanks

Chris
 

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Chris

I will make you a deal, I have no clue how much it would cost to ship to the UK (please look into it). It might be $20 or $100 I just don't know (i live in Gilbert, Arizona). If you prepay the shipping I will drop it off at UPS or Fed Ex...... You pay shipping and you can have it. Just remember there is a hole in the back of the suit. My ask would be if a US skier is in the UK say hi and buy them a beer if you are both old enough. If not just make them feel welcome....

Cheer!

Ed
 

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Thank you very much indeed. Will check to see if anyone is in the states an will get back to you ASAP, otherwise i will get on looking at the shipping.
Thanks Chris
 

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Chris

I will make you a deal, I have no clue how much it would cost to ship to the UK (please look into it). It might be $20 or $100 I just don't know (i live in Gilbert, Arizona). If you prepay the shipping I will drop it off at UPS or Fed Ex...... You pay shipping and you can have it. Just remember there is a hole in the back of the suit. My ask would be if a US skier is in the UK say hi and buy them a beer if you are both old enough. If not just make them feel welcome....

Cheer!

Ed
Checked on USPS website, an looks reasonable, but with their shipping do you have to buy their box? Unfortunately never been to the US an unaware on how it works really
Thanks
Chris
 

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Checked on USPS website, an looks reasonable, but with their shipping do you have to buy their box? Unfortunately never been to the US an unaware on how it works really
Thanks
Chris
If you use the USPS "Priority Mail",, they do give you the box for free, however it may not be the most economical way to ship that much weight, you could probably use "parcel post" (which can go in any box).

You might also compare Fedex pricing, sometimes they are good depending on weight and destination.
 

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If you use the USPS "Priority Mail",, they do give you the box for free, however it may not be the most economical way to ship that much weight, you could probably use "parcel post" (which can go in any box).

You might also compare Fedex pricing, sometimes they are good depending on weight and destination.
I did I quick rough quote on fedex an came out at $168
USPS reckoned anything from $18-$46 depending on the box it will fit in.
I appreciate the Ed is being extremely kind with his offer an want to make sure I find the easiest way for him, an preferably something I can pay for online to save him the hassle
Thanks
Chris
 
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