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    How to ship non-split casing/crank

    Whats the best method and cheapest method?

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    Home Depot has some plastic containers you can buy. Use tons of packing to secure everything. Plastic wrap the bottom end first. Wrap the rods real good so they dont bang up the upper case. You will have to check the weight/dimensions and see what the best shipping will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    Home Depot has some plastic containers you can buy. Use tons of packing to secure everything. Plastic wrap the bottom end first. Wrap the rods real good so they dont bang up the upper case. You will have to check the weight/dimensions and see what the best shipping will be.
    just like i did.

    Bought it from home depot.. looks like this:



    then I would put a bunch of pads on the bottom, put a big blanket down set the motor down, wrap the motor, and dumb a million packing peanuts and other stuff I had in there.. I have tubs and tubs of packing peanuts so it was real easy for me.. towels all that stuff. Then buy 2 locks same guy or 2 dial locks and lock the box.. ship it out!

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    I've shipped all my stuff to Lowell in a big ice chest with tons of padding and duct tape. He never did return my ice chest...

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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    I've shipped all my stuff to Lowell in a big ice chest with tons of padding and duct tape. He never did return my ice chest...

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    One more question, does anybody know the weight of a casing and crank not split?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YamahaPat View Post
    One more question, does anybody know the weight of a casing and crank not split?

    Thanks!
    I just shipped a 13r crank and cases in a homemade wood box @ 94lbs

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    Sweet! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    I've shipped all my stuff to Lowell in a big ice chest with tons of padding and duct tape. He never did return my ice chest...
    Probally because it is now full of beer....

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