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Re: need to get fenders from New York to Kansas....

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d beatty

07-25-2012 23:01:20

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You would want to send them UPS Freight or Fedex Freight. After packing them they will be most likley to large to ship by UPS or Fedex package car.

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07-26-2012 04:03:18

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 Re: need to get fenders from New York to Kansas.... in reply to d beatty, 07-25-2012 23:01:20  
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how big are they? I shipped a pair of big ones once UPS. just put stickers on them.

No packing required.

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d beatty

07-26-2012 05:15:55

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 Re: need to get fenders from New York to Kansas.... in reply to showcrop, 07-26-2012 04:03:18  
I drove for a commerical carrier for 38 years . We did not like to pick up anything unless it was boxed or crated. If we were forced into hauling it we would note the bill of laden that we were not liable for any damages during shippment. I would think you would like to protect them from any damages even if they are used. If you could see how freight is packed into a trailer it is surprising there isn't more damage than there is.

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John in la

07-26-2012 06:09:02

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 Re: need to get fenders from New York to Kansas.... in reply to d beatty, 07-26-2012 05:15:55  
We still will not pickup anything that is not boxed or at least tied down on a pallet. The sad part is if they get damaged they will not pay you on value unless you get a rate based on value. If you get a regular rate based on weight they only pay so much a pound.

You can get a better rate calling one of the freight brokers like unishippers than you can calling us direct because we give them such a big discount on volume.

You can also save big by droping off and or picking up at a terminal. Farm and residential pickups and deliveries add to the cost.

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