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Shipping $$$$ 06 Dec 2017 09:55 #1

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I wanted to get an idea or suggestions on best way to ship front/rear wheel 19/18 inch no tire from Utah to Florida. Also how much to expect to pay...
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Shipping $$$$ 06 Dec 2017 13:52 #2

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yamahahaha wrote: I wanted to get an idea or suggestions on best way to ship front/rear wheel 19/18 inch no tire from Utah to Florida. Also how much to expect to pay...


I don't have an answer for you because I would sell mine on CL instead. But I paid $68.00 for a 21" DT1 front tire, wheel and brake backing plate with a brake cable used on eBay ... I would assume 40% (.40% / $70 = $28.00) of the price would be packaging ( cellophane ) wrapped to shipping ground freight.

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Shipping $$$$ 06 Dec 2017 17:06 #3

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If by best way you mean least expensive, box it up and take to local post office, they weigh it / measure box / ask you how fast it has to be in Florida. They ship it at a loss that’s why a rate increase is in the works. 20 to 30 dollars should be about right. Now ship that same wheel from where you are to just over the Canadian border expect to pay $50 to $60

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