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Importing a large mud guard 06 Jan 2019 12:15 #197980

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Help, any ideas welcome, have found a mudguard in Tennassee USA. Need to find a way thats cost effective to get it here, thought maybe someone with space in a container but where do I start? Anyone out there done something similar can point me in the right direction. Cherrs Gary
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Importing a large mud guard 06 Jan 2019 13:22 #197982

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You can generally get a bit of container space from the car importers.......assuming there are any left......Most of the hotrod/car magazines have ads for the importers..........or google might help.............it wont be cheap,tho.

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