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    hi guy i need help getting a box 42x36x38in 7lbs shipped from usa to aus can any one help


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    put up some details??

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    USPS is the only way to do it reasonably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    USPS is the only way to do it reasonably.

    +1 , usps up to 50lb is the way to go.

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    yea but the size 40x25x25 is about the biggest they will do

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    then you may have to bend over and take it from fedex, dhl or someone along those lines.

    i doubt a freight forwarder will touch it such as specific freight as its too small for them , however give specific freight a shot before you try the well known shippers as fedex and co are crazy expensive.

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    The problem with that box is the size. All the carriers are going to dim it. That means it takes up a lot of space and does not weigh very much.
    If this is from Missouri then the dimensions we were given was 42 x 36 x 38 which is a big difference in dimensional weight. make sure of the size if can be real costly if you are wrong.
    If it is to a residence $683.84
    To a business probably 450

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    they charge either according to size or weight, which ever is greater.

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    The calculation is H x W X L divide by 139 international and 166 domestic. the number you get is the pound that will get charged or the actual weight which is greater just like IZZO said.
    Last edited by 04gtxsc; 12-24-2011 at 09:14 PM.

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