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Old 08-14-2014, 04:00 PM   #1
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Do any venders ship free to Canada?

Wondering if any venders ship free to Canada. Thanks

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Check with Northridge4x4 or 4Wheel Part they now have divisions in Canada ...
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Old 08-14-2014, 04:45 PM   #4
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Northridge4x4 Canada ships free on orders over $100. 4WP here charges for shipping. There are no other free shipping vendors that I am aware of. And we also pay more for all the parts as well.
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Price mark-ups and shipping fees, enjoy your Jeep!
Northridge does offer free shipping, but I think it's pretty much built into the price. 4WheelParts has pretty good prices, but you may pay for shipping.
Sometimes they offer free shipping to they're warehouse, but to my way of thinking I shouldn't have to pay for that anyways. You usually get gouged on shipping if you buy direct from vendors, but sometimes they are pretty decent.
Very limited options, and be prepared to wait for almost everything, as most items have to be ordered in. Nobody carries a lot of inventory on all but the common things.
I know guys that have a drop box in the US, and just have items shipped there, and later go pick them up. There are a few places across the border that offer that service at a very reasonable price. Depends on how close to the border you are I guess for that to be worth while.
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Old 08-14-2014, 11:10 PM   #6
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I know Quadratec has free shipping for forum members but I don't know if that is just for USA or if the deal extends to Canada.
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Old 08-15-2014, 12:25 AM   #8
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This makes me wish I lived near the Canadian border. I'd gladly accept domestic US shipments in exchange for some Tim Horton's.
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Old 08-15-2014, 01:34 AM   #9
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This makes me wish I lived near the Canadian border. I'd gladly accept domestic US shipments in exchange for some Tim Horton's.
Some Tim Horton to save a lot of money and have non available parts for us, Canadian, you'd be very popular(and soon very fat with all that Tim's)!
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Old 08-15-2014, 12:47 PM   #10
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I know Quadratec has free shipping for forum members but I don't know if that is just for USA or if the deal extends to Canada.
Just the USA unfortunately. I have ordered a few things from Quadratec and the shipping is actually on the expensive side but it is fast.
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Just the USA unfortunately. I have ordered a few things from Quadratec and the shipping is actually on the expensive side but it is fast.
And another thing to consider when ordering from the US, it's not just the shipping costs to be concerned about. The brokerage fees and duties that are tacked on can be quite the shocker on delivery as well.
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Some Tim Horton to save a lot of money and have non available parts for us, Canadian, you'd be very popular(and soon very fat with all that Tim's)!

True, but there's nothing quite like some TH coffee and a couple of Timbits in the morning.
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If you see a big brown truck pulling up & delivering your USA ordered jeep parts to your Canadian Door Step....you must:

1) Drop your Pants
2) Bend over
3) Assume the position
4) Be prepared that Lubrication will not be used....

The Brokerage and Tax fees are insane when the brown suited UPS man delivers your parts to your Canadian door step!

If you can get a US postal box or get the parts shipped by United States Postal Service would be best or order from Northridge4x4.ca or Peden RV (Vancouver Island).
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If you see a big brown truck pulling up & delivering your USA ordered jeep parts to your Canadian Door Step....you must: 1) Drop your Pants 2) Bend over 3) Assume the position 4) Be prepared that Lubrication will not be used.... The Brokerage and Tax fees are insane when the brown suited UPS man delivers your parts to your Canadian door step! If you can get a US postal box or get the parts shipped by United States Postal Service would be best or order from Northridge4x4.ca or Peden RV (Vancouver Island).
So true. USPS, otherwise you are going to be hosed. It's criminal how much UPS or FEDEX charges for the brokerage fees.

Fortunately, I live an hour from the border and have items shipped to a business in Washington State. They charge $2 per box. I even registered the business address with my BMO MasterCard as a supplemental address.
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Unfortunately my last few orders from quadratec have been so pricey for shipping and border fees that it has costed me MORE to order from them than here in Canada... Just Jeeps in toronto has very good prices and large inventory but charges for shipping, 4 wheel parts can be very hit and miss customer service wise also has good prices and Northridge I've found to be the most knowledgeable as far as parts go but I find they have the longer wait times and less in stock items but ship anything over $100 free of charge. I usually try to order from Northridge as the owner and employees are enthusiasts and active in the local Jeep community out here in Alberta.
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As far as duty goes, find out where the parts you are ordering are made. If you're importing items made in the States to Canada, they are duty free. (Free trade). If you import items originally made offshore, from the States to Canada, bend over.
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thank god i live next to the border and thank god my mail box in the states is next to a tim hortons !!
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thank god i live next to the border and thank god my mail box in the states is next to a tim hortons !!
Yup^^^ ... I still can't believe the price difference in tires. Just sad when I can get a set of tires and wheels from all the way down in Dallas Texas for a thousand dollars less then here at home.
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thank god i live next to the border and thank god my mail box in the states is next to a tim hortons !!

Oh sure! Rub it in!
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Yup^^^ ... I still can't believe the price difference in tires. Just sad when I can get a set of tires and wheels from all the way down in Dallas Texas for a thousand dollars less then here at home.
Yeah that's what I am looking to purchase some wheels and tires. Got moved 10 hours north of the boarder for work and was trying to figure out the cheapest method on getting them
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Yeah that's what I am looking to purchase some wheels and tires. Got moved 10 hours north of the boarder for work and was trying to figure out the cheapest method on getting them
Yeah , I ended up getting them from my dealership. Shipping costs from the US negated any savings.
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yea often Shipping and tax/border fees cancel out any savings from buying south of the border... My last 35's were the same price south of the border as here in Canada, when the same price or close to the same I always try and buy local
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If you see a big brown truck pulling up & delivering your USA ordered jeep parts to your Canadian Door Step....you must:

1) Drop your Pants
2) Bend over
3) Assume the position
4) Be prepared that Lubrication will not be used....

The Brokerage and Tax fees are insane when the brown suited UPS man delivers your parts to your Canadian door step!

If you can get a US postal box or get the parts shipped by United States Postal Service would be best or order from Northridge4x4.ca or Peden RV (Vancouver Island).
I second this. A few years ago, I decided to boycott UPS and Fedex. Oh, you can't ship USPS to Canada? I'll ask politely to check. Still no? Too bad, no business from me. UPS and Fedex litteraly steal from you when you cross a border. The fees they charge are for looking in a chart to which item your product fits. And they don't charge a flat-fee for this, no, they charge a percentage of the value of the item! Crooks.
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Yup^^^ ... I still can't believe the price difference in tires. Just sad when I can get a set of tires and wheels from all the way down in Dallas Texas for a thousand dollars less then here at home.
The tire places that bad in T-bay? The OK Tire here in the Sault has been really good for prices. Just went in the other day to get a quote for a set of ATX wheels wrapped with 35 Kumho's (Im buying a 2dr to go with my 4Dr )
I got them for $2900 out the door, Tire rack wants 2,645 to ship to Sault, Michigan. Duty puts it at 2,988 plus the cost of going over there and getting them
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The tire places that bad in T-bay? The OK Tire here in the Sault has been really good for prices. Just went in the other day to get a quote for a set of ATX wheels wrapped with 35 Kumho's (Im buying a 2dr to go with my 4Dr ) I got them for $2900 out the door, Tire rack wants 2,645 to ship to Sault, Michigan. Duty puts it at 2,988 plus the cost of going over there and getting them
Yeah I'm out in timmins right now and went to fountain tire and their quote was rediculous high they wanted $420 before tax per tire for 295/65-18 duratracs any where else in southern Ontario I found them for $350, $70x5 is saving $350 right there just on tires. They quotes me $4200 for rims and tires I was like that's ridiculous And I want 17" rims anyway but still a big difference here in northern Ontario
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Yeah I'm out in timmins right now and went to fountain tire and their quote was rediculous high they wanted $420 before tax per tire for 295/65-18 duratracs any where else in southern Ontario I found them for $350, $70x5 is saving $350 right there just on tires. They quotes me $4200 for rims and tires I was like that's ridiculous And I want 17" rims anyway but still a big difference here in northern Ontario
Damn, Duratracs went up in price. I bought that exact size for my truck when they first came out (5years ago?) and got them for 285 a tire.

Do you travel down to the Sault at all? You could always ship to Sault, Michigan like I do. Bit of a drive but it could save you in the long run in the more expensive purchases.
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Damn, Duratracs went up in price. I bought that exact size for my truck when they first came out (5years ago?) and got them for 285 a tire. Do you travel down to the Sault at all? You could always ship to Sault, Michigan like I do. Bit of a drive but it could save you in the long run in the more expensive purchases.
Yeah but wot be till later on next year and want tires now first world jeep problem
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Yeah I'm out in timmins right now and went to fountain tire and their quote was rediculous high they wanted $420 before tax per tire for 295/65-18 duratracs any where else in southern Ontario I found them for $350, $70x5 is saving $350 right there just on tires. They quotes me $4200 for rims and tires I was like that's ridiculous And I want 17" rims anyway but still a big difference here in northern Ontario
I just bought x4 315/70r17 duratracs at Canadian Tire for $1018.00 taxes in! The Duratracs will be listed on sale soon!
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I just bought x4 315/70r17 duratracs at Canadian Tire for $1018.00 taxes in! The Duratracs will be listed on sale soon!
Very interesting! I am going to have a look
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I use a Mailbox service called Kinek...

Once your free account is set up you can have stuff sent to any of their places across the border. I have had a lot of stuff sent to Buffalo, or Lewiston and simply drive down or plan my shopping when I am going to be stateside so the item is ready when I come back across the border.. There is also an app for phones which lets you track your package. Usually it is a $5 fee to hold your package for each month.

Even with our crappy dollar right now it is still worth it for some stuff.

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