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* Discount applies to VFX Part No's; R6-Forum User ID required; our sales staff will send out an email to that user ID to confirm identity; Discount applies to shipments to US & Canada only; offer expires September 30, 2003
Just ordered mine. Fx rate is 1.37 to 1 plus $20 CDN for shipping. I strongly suggest if you want one, to get it now before the 5% disappears. It's not much on a piece of this price but 5% is 5%. I'll post pics when I get it installed.
It takes that long for you to get it? Are you having it just mailed regularly? UR in Novia Scotia and they're in Quebec, correct? Maybe because everything shipped this way has to go thru customs so they use fedex or canadapost. Just thought it would be there quicker.
Yeah. It will likely show up Tues/Wed. 3/4 business days is about normal for shipping within Canada. Of course, that can blossom into a week pretty easily.
Canada Post is like a box of chocolates... ya never know what your gonna get.
Ok, I know this sounds dumb, but why would you want your license plate to pivot? Is it so the cops wont see your plate when your speeding or something? Or how many position would you want your plate to be in? And are the led's mounted in back of the license plate? How are you suppose to see the lights if it's blocked by the plate?
...ain't trying to hate, just clarify the engineering behind the design...