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    Cheapest way to ship a crank ??

    Anyone find a good cheap way to ship a crank ? the cheapeast I have found is $50 is this the going rate or are there cheaper ways out there ???

    I figure there are lots of guys shipping cranks, someone must have found a cheaper way.

    Thanks for the help.


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    I would think that's the going rate and not bad. I def would package it like it was a million dollar glass

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude596 View Post
    I would think that's the going rate and not bad. I def would package it like it was a million dollar glass
    damn dude.hahahaha

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    Re: Cheapest way to ship a crank ??

    call up a machine shop and ask

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoffmanestates View Post
    call up a machine shop and ask
    Much better advice would be to get package size and weight and zip codes. Then call all shipping providers. A machine shop is going to hand up for wasting their time or tell you to call a shipper! Lol

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    How much does a crank weigh? Give me the zip codes and I will tell you the price.

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    Just checked a 34 pound crank from Houston to crankworks is $28.

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    crank is 40lbs boxed and ships from 98032 west coast to the east coast (that seems to be where everyone is from who wants them ??)

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    Still less than 35 from 98032 to 32905 in florida. Goes by zones and that is zone 6. Residence would cost 2.50 more and a beyond zip code (out in the boonies) then add 3.50. Still less than $50.

    Quote Originally Posted by chevydog View Post
    crank is 40lbs boxed and ships from 98032 west coast to the east coast (that seems to be where everyone is from who wants them ??)

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    Let me know who you are shipping with PM me if you want that looks like a good price.

    Thanks

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