how to ship a tranny [was: t89q tranny -> 200q20v]
steve.sears at soil-mat.on.ca
Fri Mar 7 17:54:46 EST 2003
You might try Forward Air at www.forwardair.com - You'll have to have it
crated and delivered to them, and then pick it up at their warehouse. I had
a '52 Jukebox shipped from Oklahoma City to Toronto this way - big, heavy
and fragile - the seller had it on a pallet with a crate made of layers of
styrofoam and chipboard, with ratchet webbing straps tying the whole thing
down - it weighed easily a couple hundred pounds - it felt like a ton when
we tried to lower it into the basement - that's it, we're never moving!!!
(or the 'box goes with it...)
1962 and '64 Auto Union DKW Junior deLuxes
1952 Rock-ola 1434 Super Rocket aka "Robby the Robot"
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