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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by big_truxx, Aug 22, 2005.
what is the cheapest way to send a seat, ay a 3rd row burb seat?
I've heard of people shipping stuff via Greyhound for fairly inexpensive. Don't know too much about it though.
I don't think UPS would ship my third row, so I had my cousin hold onto it until I went to visit him.
u ship a 3rd row through ups?
Just a joke!!! You get those tires yet??
well found one in texas and a possible in cali... so kinda not even possible in my dreams to drive to get from maine lol i wish....
lol no u said they supposed to be here tuesday
They said, monday, maybe tuesday! I dont really know because all the tracking numbers they gave me do not work
Disassemble it or fold it. Fedex GROUND has been very good to me, unlike UPS, and they have a slightly larger maximum.
I managed to ship a Chalet side seat, somewhat larger than your seat, in two boxes this way.
Wasn't exorbitantly expensive, either... maybe $30 for TWO boxes from WI to CA, as I recall.
I bought one on ebay and it was shipped to me via UPS arounfd $40 but winning bid was $.01
bolt it to a skid and ship freight....
fed ex ground rocks.. cheapest way I found to ship my tow straps that I have been selling....
You might try greayhound for larger things depending on where you are and where you are shipping it.
fedex ground is the cheapest/best normal carrier for heavy stuff. I shipped my tube doors (over 50 lbs all packed up) from WA to TX for $34.xx.
thanks for help all!!!!! i remembered greyhound last night after posting and used 4' as largest dimension on the 3rd row seat and weight being 40 lbs guessing and from cali to me was like $42ish lol not bad
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