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    QUESTION ABOUT A COMPLETE SLED SHIPPED ?

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    QUESTION ABOUT A COMPLETE SLED SHIPPED ?
    Posted by jeff41262 on Thursday, July 10, 2008 8:42 PM

    DOES ANY ONE KNOW WHAT IT WOULD COST TO HAVE A COMPLETE SLED SHIPPED FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE TO KENTUCKY ,AND ARE THEY ANY COMPANYS THAT WOULD DO THAT ?

    ANY INFORMATION WOULD BE HELPFUL

    THANKS KENNY 

    jeffrey staton
    • Member since
      May, 2008
    Posted by eltigre on Sunday, July 20, 2008 5:13 PM
    If you know of anyone who works at a shipping company or for a business that ships stuff all the time they may be able to help you get a good deal. Otherwise it is usually cheaper to drive within 500 miles to get one. I once shipped a four wheeler from MN to CA and it cost $500 but that was with a good deal like I mentioned above. I would post on vintage sleds and see if anyone is making a trip already and could haul. good luck
    • Member since
      August, 2008
    • From: Tug Hill
    Posted by Indy650 on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 8:06 AM
    i had a 4 wheeler shipped from pa to upstate ny and it was 400Angry [:@]
    because one stroke isnt enough and 4 strokes waste 2
    • Member since
      July, 2005
    Posted by jasper on Thursday, August 21, 2008 2:35 PM
    Best bet would be to find someone thats going there for some reason or another and make them a deal, otherwise to hire the services of a shipper are not cheap these days.

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