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    • #36910
      Ed Chappee

      Can any one suggest a good, inexpensive, way to ship a used kart across the country?  Idaho to MASS or NH?  It can be picked up crated and ready to go.  Any suggestions would be appreciated!


      Ed Chappee

    • #36911
      tony zambos

      Contact Dave Larson. He can be reached at 847-395-1124, gempro001@aol.com or http://www.tagshippingsolutions.com.

      LAD Specialties customer / tony kart / rotax / kt100

    • #36918
      Ed Chappee

      Thanks Tony! Anyone else have additional solutions?

    • #36969

      Tony’s option is pretty good
      Another one to consider, depending how big it is, or if it’s a roller, or complete with engine and all?

      If it’s just a roller, and you don’t mind removing some body parts and axle, then you can box it all up and take it to Grey Hound Bus station/terminal And have it shipped for about $100 bucks!

      Or you can leave it alone, and if it has an engine, just get a 6′ pallet, crate it around it, and wrap it around with clear plastic, take it to Fastenal and get it shipped for about $150 to $200 bucks, no matter how heavy it is.

      I shipped 2 karts on top of each other for $200 bucks, about 3 months ago, with Fastenal.

      Keep in mind the buyer has to go pick it up to the nearest station to him.
      My 2 cents, Fast Freddy. ;)

    • #37100
      Ed Chappee

      Thanks for the help!

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