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Ronin187
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Anybody able to give me any info on bringing some parts in via sea? Looking at getting some SoT parts and don't want to drop a bundle on shipping.

Cheers!


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www.shipporter.com

Just ordered a set of FPA Headers , they will be sent from Tacoma to Inglewood CA ,
Jump on the Shipporter site , register and they will send you the Shipping address ,
they state its an economy service , 4 - 6 weeks delivery ,

cheers Ralph


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What info are you after Ronin? Sea freight is not overly expensive but they charge the greater of either size or weight. You will need to pay duty unless your invoice states made in the USA then they are duty free however you will need to fill out paperwork for this. Pretty easy to get of the web. You will also pay GST if the goods and the shipping costs combined are over $1000.00.

Plenty of companies can sea freight and drop to your door or you can pick up from the docks.

What are you bringing in?


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want to bring in some Street or Track suspension parts - and maybe anything else that I can lay my hands on(been drooling over some Ring Brothers parts lately)


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Try Summit.


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i thought SoT had an agent in adelaide. check in case the parts you want are already in OZ.


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Yeah, I think it was / is 64 Enterprises. Checked their website, but it's no longer functioning.


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Who/what is SoT?


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cage wrote
Who/what is SoT?


Street or Track


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This was in a post on the unmentionable forum

"Shaun from Streetortrack also has a nice watts and has an Aust distributor (Justin Murphy @ AWOL Pro Touring)."


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scedd wrote
This was in a post on the unmentionable forum

"Shaun from Streetortrack also has a nice watts and has an Aust distributor (Justin Murphy @ AWOL Pro Touring)."


Perth going by their Facebook page .......

www.facebook.com/AWOLP...e_internal

Website .......

www.awolprotouring.com.au/

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ozbilt wrote
scedd wrote
This was in a post on the unmentionable forum

"Shaun from Streetortrack also has a nice watts and has an Aust distributor (Justin Murphy @ AWOL Pro Touring)."


Perth going by their Facebook page .......

www.facebook.com/AWOLP...e_internal

Website .......

www.awolprotouring.com.au/

Ph 0428 760 495

BTW, you can say MOCA forum here, just cannot say MustangTech over there. Apparently we are still a threat to them ....... 🍿


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Yeah speak to Justin Murphy... good guy even if he does belong to the camaro brigade. Mention my name and he will sort you out..and I have also bought alot of stuff of Shaun@SoT. I organised SoT sponsorship of one of Justins autocross events in WA which resulted in the partnership.

What are you buying? I have a full SoT front end and one of their brake packages plus heap of other gear

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