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    Wiggle Coupon

    CRC usually has better prices overall but they do have some low deals. Just found 12EXTRA to give 12% off and ordered an XTR cassette. Free shipping to the USA at only $82+.

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    Man! You just saved me some bucks! Thanks!

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    I went to try that code and it worked. Before I checked out I thought... Hmmm... you know how sometimes there are codes depending on how much you spend....So I thought that there might be another code? So I deleted 12extra and tried 15extra... and it worked for 15%!

    Now I can spend!!!

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    Thanks for the coupon onegymrat,

    I've been keeping an eye out for a coupon to order a Set of Crest 29 wheelset with the Hope Hoops Pro2 EVO hubs. I ordered both front and rear wheels plus the X12 Thru Axle conversion kits for $377.25 CAD shipped using the coupon

    After I placed my order I seen jjmtb1's post that 15extra also worked but it was too late. That would of saved me another $12 and that would of almost paid for the conversion kit, but I'm quite happy with the $51 that the 12EXTRA saved me.
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    Thanks for the heads up! Picked up a pair of the Crest/Hope wheels as well. By far the best deal I've seen. Anyone have experience with shipping time/customs to the US from wiggle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripn View Post
    Thanks for the heads up! Picked up a pair of the Crest/Hope wheels as well. By far the best deal I've seen. Anyone have experience with shipping time/customs to the US from wiggle?
    Most of the prices I've checked out are about on par with the cheapest stateside prices. I've had good luck lately using cycle club sports and getting treefort to pricematch them if you didn't want to deal with the UK shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjmtb1 View Post
    I went to try that code and it worked. Before I checked out I thought... Hmmm... you know how sometimes there are codes depending on how much you spend....So I thought that there might be another code? So I deleted 12extra and tried 15extra... and it worked for 15%!

    Now I can spend!!!
    Thanks! Just used the 15EXTRA code on a set of XT M785 disc brakes ($196.28 shipped!). Spreading some rep around!

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    It's been a while since I ordered from Wiggle but I've never had issues with customs with them or CRC. I haven't gotten my shipment yet but normally 7-8 business days to arrive. Crossing my fingers!

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    $340 USD shipped for a set of Hope Pro2 Evo wheelset, it doesn't get any better then that.
    Thanks OP!

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    I got my shipping confirmation today and estimated delivery data is Feb 19th to Canada for the Crest 29/ Hopes Evo Pro 2 Wheelset.
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    Congrats to those who got the Crest/Hope set, you'll like them. If I remember correctly, you'll need Stan's yellow tape, valves, and sealant if you want to go tubeless. When I bought mine some time back from Wiggle, they came with green Hope rim tape, 20mm caps, QRs, and extra spokes, but no tubeless supplies. Maybe Hope changed things since then, but just a heads up for the tubeless guys to follow up with Wiggle so there isn't any surprises when they arrive. Surprisingly, they ship just as fast if not faster than some of the stateside companies.

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    Thanks everybody for pushing the Wiggle codes! If one can pick up a pair of XT brakes for around $200, that's a deal.
    The 15EXTRA worked too, off their sale stuff to boot. ( I picked up a specific Ultegra crankset I was looking for, plus the 9000 BB for just over $200! )

    I still find Jenson one of most liberal pricematchers, was getting a match from a Nashbar/Performance Oe Ultegra, but Jenson and Wiggle have free ship over a certain amount and I still saved $30 w Wig. (Still may order from Jenson for their consistent good business -though somehow ship is generally slow, probably will equal Wiggle's ship. But I never get in a tizzy over a ship taking an extra couple of days. If I need it RIGHT AWAY, then I go to my mediocre LBS.)

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    JensonUSA is great at price matching. However, I don't think they price match Wiggle. And for sure they don't price match coupon code price

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    I didn't mean to suggest I was pricematching overseas -that never goes, not allowed.
    I was relating the trip I was taking in hunting down that crankset; Jenson discounted from Nash's clearance, or for me to just go all in with Wiggle.

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    Thanks for the coupon code! I had my eye on a flow/hope2 wheel set. This pushed me over the edge and I finally ordered.

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    Same here $350 with 10mm rear hub conversion for hopes and flow EXs! Yes. Confirmed with wiggle and they said for sure the hopes are shipping with the new EX rims.

    I picked up a XT crankset for $155 with bb crazy deal.

    Thanks for the code

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    Where do you enter this code, at the VOUCHER CODE? I get "The Gift Voucher code does not exist, is invalid, or has not been entered correctly".

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    Quote Originally Posted by sand wedge View Post
    Where do you enter this code, at the VOUCHER CODE? I get "The Gift Voucher code does not exist, is invalid, or has not been entered correctly".
    Under Promo CodeWiggle Coupon-promo-code.png

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    I think its dead. I convinced myself I needed new brakes and tried this morning and it didn't work.

    Worked last night when I added them to my basket. Didn't feel like getting my wallet at the time so I went to bed. I guess that's where the term... You snooze you loose... Comes from.

    Anybody regretting buying a set of xt brakes?

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    Edit... I have fat fingers and can't type the code correctly. Still works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjmtb1 View Post
    Anybody regretting buying a set of xt brakes?
    I haven't heard many functional complaints about xt brakes, they'll probably be great for you. Only thing I've heard is they could be better looking is about it.

    And the coupon is making my buy finger itch too on a set of Hope m4 brakes.

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    using 15EXTRA i bought a stans crest 29er wheelset with hope pro evo2 hubs for 345 delivered to so cal take advantage of the exchange rate thanks for the heads up oh yeah it took only 3 days

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    Who does the final delivery for wiggle's free shipping in the USA? Or does that vary?

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    From the 3 or 4 times that I've ordered from Wiggle, and another 4 or 5 from CRC, it's the USPS. I've always had to sign for it, otherwise, they'll leave a card for you to go pick up at the nearest post office. They used to take 7-8 days from order date, but my last CRC order took 14 days. I ordered a cassette last Sunday and expecting it next week. Will keep everyone posted.

    Also, I checked the site and both the 12extra and 15extra have expired.

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    Ordered wheels on Monday and got them today (sat) in Wisco, usps. Thats 4 business days and a Saturday delivery. Not bad for free shipping from the UK.

    FYI I just tried the code again and it worked for me.

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    I just checked: the 15EXTRA still's working -I think the spending limit has to be $160 or $200 (sumthin' like that).

    I got my crankset shipped right away ( hope it gets here next week (approx 8 day Wiggle says +/- )

    The BB9000 was in-stock also, but then post-purchase 12 HRS notified was from an outside supplier. So later I decided to check this BB order -BACKORDER
    I didn't think that was too cool, if Wiggle doesn't really know. So I cancelled the BB, and got it from Competitive Cyclist for cheaper, all said and done.

    You can work out some nice deals w that 15EXTRA (Have no idea if the 12EXTRA has a spending limit.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjmtb1 View Post
    Ordered wheels on Monday and got them today (sat) in Wisco, usps. Thats 4 business days and a Saturday delivery. Not bad for free shipping from the UK.

    FYI I just tried the code again and it worked for me.
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    Did you order the Crest 29 with Hopes Hubs? If so how do they look and did they come with the QR15 front conversion? Mine are suppose to arrive on Monday or Tuesday.
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    I ordered my Hope Hub/Crest wheels on 2-12 and they arrived today (2/16). Kawidan, they did come with the 15qr conversion, 2 extra spokes and some cool hope rim stickers.
    1700 grams and no duty charge.
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    Just ordered hope pro 2/crest combo with the 15extra. Thanks guys!

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    hope with flows, 332. thanks!

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    I get an error on brake order - " a 160 limit on set" not sure what that means.

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    means there's an order minimum of $160 to get the coupon

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    Saw this code and checked it out, Garmin 500 for $173, broke down and bought one.

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    Just picked up a set hope/flows myself. I have been watching them for a while now and at $332 (w/ 15extra) I couldn't hold out any longer.

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    Ordered my set of Crest 29er late Monday evening of last week and they showed up at my office this morning. So it took less than 7 days to get them shipped to Canada from the UK. I did get hit with $83 duty fees at delivery but it still came out to under $450 so I'm quite happy.

    I ordered the 12x conversion axle and swapped the rear wheel to run 142x12 and it was quite easy. Front wheel came with the QR15 and it was also a breeze to convert from 9mm to 15mm.

    Overall I'm quite happy with them. Can't wait to take them out for a test ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawidan View Post
    I did get hit with $83 duty fees at delivery but it still came out to under $450 so I'm quite happy.
    Which carrier was used?

    I just wish wiggle would start stocking the Hope Hoops Flow 29er combo, their prices and coupons are better for the time being than CRC which already stocks this combo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    Which carrier was used?

    I just wish wiggle would start stocking the Hope Hoops Flow 29er combo, their prices and coupons are better for the time being than CRC which already stocks this combo.
    Wheels were shipped using Parcelforce Worldwide (International) and they got delivered by Canada Post.

    On the duty form it said that my invoice was $377.25 CAD but the declared value was $576.
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    Anyone else get hit with a shipping charge despite the fact it says "Your order qualifies for FREE DELIVERY"? They added "Priority Despatch $6.44" even though I didn't ask for it.

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    Priority dispatch is an option I saw when going through my order, amount seems right, it's opted in by default, so if you didn't notice it would be added into the bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tclay View Post
    Priority dispatch is an option I saw when going through my order, amount seems right, it's opted in by default, so if you didn't notice it would be added into the bill.
    it's supposed to bump your order to the top of the queue.

    do you guys get tracking information from Wiggle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tclay View Post
    Priority dispatch is an option I saw when going through my order, amount seems right, it's opted in by default, so if you didn't notice it would be added into the bill.
    Not sure how I missed it the fist time but checking again I see that, as you say, it can be add/removed.

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    Wiggle Coupon

    No shipping charges for me at all and no duties either to California. I also wish they'd stock the Flow Ex - my other bikes would like to wear a pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    No shipping charges for me at all and no duties either to California. I also wish they'd stock the Flow Ex - my other bikes would like to wear a pair.
    Absolutely. Id be all over a 29er flow/hope2 in black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    No shipping charges for me at all and no duties either to California. I also wish they'd stock the Flow Ex - my other bikes would like to wear a pair.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus044 View Post
    Absolutely. Id be all over a 29er flow/hope2 in black.
    And yet they are clueless about it. I shot them an email last night saying it's unavailable, only 29er is the Crest rim is the response I've gotten back today. Of course it's unavailable if you don't stock it.
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    there is an option NOT to add the $6.44 for priority shipping during check-out..
    I ordered a wheelset from Wiggle on a tues and it was delivered to Connecticut that saturday,,,
    I got charged like $7 from my vise card for purchasing Internationally..
    No biggie considering the awesome deal
    $352 shipped for Hope Pro2 EVO hubs laced to Mavic ex721's....

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    Wiggle Coupon

    Perhaps the Crest is very popular in the UK? I'm guessing that on average UK/EU riders are more likely to not need the extra "carrying capacity" of their American cousins. This could account for the light spokes too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _rich_ View Post
    there is an option NOT to add the $6.44 for priority shipping during check-out..
    I ordered a wheelset from Wiggle on a tues and it was delivered to Connecticut that saturday,,,
    I got charged like $7 from my vise card for purchasing Internationally..
    No biggie considering the awesome deal
    $352 shipped for Hope Pro2 EVO hubs laced to Mavic ex721's....
    What's the weight for this set? My Hope/Crest came in at 1690 grams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    $352 shipped for Hope Pro2 EVO hubs laced to Mavic ex721's....
    That's a bombproof combo. Ran it 2 years ago, ordered from wiggle as well, and I've sold them for more than that on Pinkbike used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    No shipping charges for me at all and no duties either to California. I also wish they'd stock the Flow Ex - my other bikes would like to wear a pair.
    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    Perhaps the Crest is very popular in the UK? I'm guessing that on average UK/EU riders are more likely to not need the extra "carrying capacity" of their American cousins. This could account for the light spokes too.
    The UK "clydes" maybe simply buy their Flow 29er from CRC who does stock it.
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    FYI All,
    I am trying to check out now, but the coupons seem to have expired. Anyone know if there's another?

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    Delivery update

    For those who are skeptical about delivery to the USA. I placed the order for an XTR cassette on 2/11. Came home to a package on my doorstep tonight. That's their average, from my previous orders for years, at about 8 calendar days to my door. They used to need me to sign for it, but they just left it this time (USPS). Solid as usual.

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    Wiggle Coupon

    Wiggle seems as good or better than most US retailers, very fast delivery too.

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    I hope I am wrong but I think the code is dead now. I decided to upgrade the brakes on another bike and I kept getting a code expired message.

    It was good while it lasted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    That's a bombproof combo. Ran it 2 years ago, ordered from wiggle as well, and I've sold them for more than that on Pinkbike used.
    I know
    $352 is what anyone else charges for the hubs only...
    It's like getting (two) ex721 rims,spokes and nipples,some rim tape,a wheel build,and shipping... all for free



    oh, if anyone is curious about the weight...
    Hope Pro2 EVO 135MM rear(10mm thru axle) and 20mm front...
    The rear weighed in at 1,070 grams, and the front weighed 950 grams,
    2,020 grams for a very durable wheelset is very light IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by _rich_ View Post
    I know
    $352 is what anyone else charges for the hubs only...
    It's like getting (two) ex721 rims,spokes and nipples,some rim tape,a wheel build,and shipping... all for free



    oh, if anyone is curious about the weight...
    Hope Pro2 EVO 135MM rear(10mm thru axle) and 20mm front...
    The rear weighed in at 1,070 grams, and the front weighed 950 grams,
    2,020 grams for a very durable wheelset is very light IMO
    How do you like the 10mm rear? What axle do you have? I was thinking about this for KM.

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    I got a $36 customs fee today on my wiggle order today. It's probably my tenth order through them and first time getting a fee. Collected by usps. Even with the fee it was a smoking deal.

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    What did you order? Any indication of why a fee this time?
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    What did you order? Any indication of why a fee this time?
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    No indication as it's added in the US, but it sounds pretty hit or miss. I didn't get one on my set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fire_strom View Post
    What did you order? Any indication of why a fee this time?
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    I ordered some crest wheels. A second set. First set came through no fees. Second set showed up with a bill. Random I guess.

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    I really like the 10mm thru compared to a standard QR..
    I went with bolt-on axle from a company called "sixpack"
    it's really light and so far so good
    Nailer2 AXLE 135x10mm, SixPack
    I was NOT charged any duty fee's....

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    Got my Hope Pro 2 Evo with ZTR Crest wheelset today.
    Being in Canada, I was charged 6.5% duty, 13% sales tax, and $9.95 handing fee.

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    Could the duty fees be assessed based on port of entry? I'm curious where people who had the duty fee assessed and those who did not had their packages routed through. I have a set of crests coming in on monday.

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    This is my first time ordering from Wiggle. In the past, I have always used ChainReactionCycles if it was from UK. CRC is a hit or miss for tax but I have never got hit with duty before.

    One reason I can think of is since these a factory wheelset, they come in Hope factory box which has Hope tradition logo with 'Made in U.K.' clearly printed.
    U.K. do not have a free trade agreement with Canada.

    When parcel import via brown boxes, CBSA is too lazy to search up all the items origin and calculate the import charge for every single item. They just put a sales tax (13% HST in Ontario) on the total value and let it go. But since the wheelbox clearly says U.K. they went for it.

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    Literally 2 minutes after I posted, USPS came by with the box, A full 5 days early. Less than a week door to door. Mine came in 2 white wiggle cardboard boxes taped together housing the inner cardboard hope boxes labeled made in the uk. No duty, no tax, came through JFK to SF bay area. Overall excellent service. Thanks again to the OP!

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    Now I know why I was charged for duty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanchan View Post
    Now I know why I was charged for duty...

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    Ask for a refund from CBSA (back of the form). I tried it one time and it works.

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    just placed an order for XT M785 disc brakes (F/R) with coupon code 15-EXTRA for a grand total of $189.06. Hopefully they won't charge me duty fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odyssey12305 View Post
    just placed an order for XT M785 disc brakes (F/R) with coupon code 15-EXTRA for a grand total of $189.06. Hopefully they won't charge me duty fees.
    You are gonna love those brakes. I purchased them same ones from Wiggle last summer and did not get charged any duty fees.

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    same here. i just got my wiggle XTs 2 weeks ago. no duties.

    i had to swap the hoses and fuct it up proper but it's completely dialed now. can't believe i waited so long to upgrade!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jct View Post
    same here. i just got my wiggle XTs 2 weeks ago. no duties.

    i had to swap the hoses and fuct it up proper but it's completely dialed now. can't believe i waited so long to upgrade!
    How hard was the swap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    How hard was the swap?
    I just bought the same set from wiggle and while it may be acceptable to some people to use shimano's no bleed method, afterwards the lever still felt like they needed a top up. I didnt have to do a full bleed but partially squeezed the levers a lot to work the bubbles to the resoirvoir screw and out and then dropped in a few drops of fluid to top off and the levers were solid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    How hard was the swap?
    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus044 View Post
    I just bought the same set from wiggle and while it may be acceptable to some people to use shimano's no bleed method, afterwards the lever still felt like they needed a top up. I didnt have to do a full bleed but partially squeezed the levers a lot to work the bubbles to the resoirvoir screw and out and then dropped in a few drops of fluid to top off and the levers were solid.
    Basically, it's as hard as shortening your lines, except you're doing the at them same time. You just swap levers when you're cutting the lines and ready to hook them back up. I didn't have to do the full bleed as well as they felt fine afterwards, but I'm sure there's room for improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenaustin View Post
    Basically, it's as hard as shortening your lines, except you're doing the at them same time. You just swap levers when you're cutting the lines and ready to hook them back up. I didn't have to do the full bleed as well as they felt fine afterwards, but I'm sure there's room for improvement.
    what everyone said here.

    i suck at brakes so i ended up having to do a full bleed on the front brake. getting the rear switched over was fine and i didn't have to do a bleed at all.

    i also inserted the barb in the front brake a little crooked and that caused me some problems with brake fade until i chased the problem down.

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    So Wiggle has 10-EXTRA for a 10% off total order if more than $160 on their front page...but I punched in 15-EXTRA and it worked for 15% off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by onegymrat View Post
    So Wiggle has 10-EXTRA for a 10% off total order if more than $160 on their front page...but I punched in 15-EXTRA and it worked for 15% off!
    15-EXTRA is good. Picked up a Garmin Edge 800 Performance Bundle for $347.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onegymrat View Post
    So Wiggle has 10-EXTRA for a 10% off total order if more than $160 on their front page...but I punched in 15-EXTRA and it worked for 15% off!
    15-Extra worked for an EVOC bike bag-$324 shipped to Vermont!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelo View Post
    15-Extra worked for an EVOC bike bag-$324 shipped to Vermont!
    Almost as good at the Chain Reaction private sale a couple of weeks ago when they had them for $291.97 shipped...

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    Didn't see the black in stock then...
    Quote Originally Posted by framed View Post
    Almost as good at the Chain Reaction private sale a couple of weeks ago when they had them for $291.97 shipped...

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    Thank you, I used the code to order a Garmin Edge 800 Performance Bundle for $347 as well. Oh look my 1st post.

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    New coupon today (3/15) only. 17% off $150 with 17off-stp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkenshin View Post
    New coupon today (3/15) only. 17% off $150 with 17off-stp.
    This 17% coupon seems to have exclusions that don't apply to the 15% coupon. 17% works on Shimano, but not on Garmin, for example.

    Is the "stp" in the code a reference to particular product categories?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InertiaMan View Post
    This 17% coupon seems to have exclusions that don't apply to the 15% coupon. 17% works on Shimano, but not on Garmin, for example.

    Is the "stp" in the code a reference to particular product categories?
    Product Exclusions: This promotional voucher cannot be used to discount the following items:

    This offer excludes Bikes and GPS
    Wiggle Gift Vouchers, Event Tickets and Memberships
    Delivery and Priority Despatch costs

    BTW, those that have ordered with Wiggle before, did you get any trackable info for your order? My order has shipped on Monday via the cheapest possible way, but no tracking info/number is to be found on my order page.

    Edit: I think I found my own answer, the only traceable option for tracking was the most expensive one, it's $30 to ship (and track) a $90 set of pedals.
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    it's in reference to st. patrick's day guessing from the shamrocks and green text in the email

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    Well that did it. I just ordered the silver XT brakes with that new code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkenshin View Post
    it's in reference to st. patrick's day guessing from the shamrocks and green text in the email
    Can you confirm that the code is only valid today?

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    Has any one had problems receiving an order from Wiggles? I order a set of XT brakes on 3/4/13...i am still waiting for them to arrive. I had them shipped the cheap way. Hopefully they are just held in customs and not lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkenshin View Post
    New coupon today (3/15) only. 17% off $150 with 17off-stp.
    thanks for the code! Got me some XT crankset & FD, cane creek headset and hope QR seat clamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAR67 View Post
    Has any one had problems receiving an order from Wiggles? I order a set of XT brakes on 3/4/13...i am still waiting for them to arrive. I had them shipped the cheap way. Hopefully they are just held in customs and not lost.
    they are on back order

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAR67 View Post
    Has any one had problems receiving an order from Wiggles? I order a set of XT brakes on 3/4/13...i am still waiting for them to arrive. I had them shipped the cheap way. Hopefully they are just held in customs and not lost.
    Pretty sure it's in customs. Happened to me and got me nervous too but it'll arrive soon enough. I think one of my orders was close to 3 weeks to California while another order was 1.

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    http://www.wigglestatic.com/images/e...oucher.jpg?x=1 Yes. Expired already if I'm reading this right.

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    Thanks for the reply Goldenaustin! My order just arrive this morning. I am going to place another order i have been holding off on with them. They seem to have some of the best prices, with the coupon discounts, online.

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    The St pat coupon still works

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    worked for me at 10am eastern time on 3-16-2013

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    thank you very much! saved 27$
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    "Sorry, the voucher code 17OFF-STP has now expired."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAR67 View Post
    Has any one had problems receiving an order from Wiggles? I order a set of XT brakes on 3/4/13...i am still waiting for them to arrive. I had them shipped the cheap way. Hopefully they are just held in customs and not lost.
    Ordered on 3/7 and processed on the 8th. Received the brakes today 3/18/13 -- no duty fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAR67 View Post
    Has any one had problems receiving an order from Wiggles? I order a set of XT brakes on 3/4/13...i am still waiting for them to arrive. I had them shipped the cheap way. Hopefully they are just held in customs and not lost.
    The EVOC bike bag I ordered last Tuesday was delivered this afternoon-six days from placing the order. I requested not to use DHL. Everything good.

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    Ordered some DMR Vault pedals on 3/11 and they arrived today 3/18, very quick, and no customs paid. 2 orders placed so far, stellar results!
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    I've made 2 orders in the last month that was broken up into 4 shipments. 1-took 6 business days to arrive, 2-took 13 business days, 3-took 6 business days and 4-took 7 business days. 3,4 beat 2 even though they were ordered a week later. I wasn't in a rush but was getting a little worried, but everything came in and can't beat the prices

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    Ordered a Garmin Edge 500 on March 7, received it yesterday the 18th to California, not bad, no customs fees, stoked on the deal.

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