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Nov 23, 11:18am - #62343 
How can I calculate shipping costs

I want to sell a body kit...How can I find out how much it would cost to ship it.. Does it matter How big it is or how much it weighs. Do I have to know where I am shipping it?


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Nov 23, 1:11pm - #62344 
should of posted in different thread


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Nov 23, 1:12pm - #62345 
check on different web sites and see how much they charge for shipping.

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Nov 23, 2:20pm - #62346 
try ups.com thumbsup

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Nov 23, 3:25pm - #62347 
Well let's put it this way. I got a kaminari rear bumper shipped from New Jersey to Washington State - it doesn't get much further than that - for about $40 if I recall on greyhound.


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Nov 23, 4:29pm - #62348 
Originally Posted by selectable
I want to sell a body kit...How can I find out how much it would cost to ship it.. Does it matter How big it is or how much it weighs. Do I have to know where I am shipping it?



Several shipping companies and their contact telephone numbers are listed at...
https://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/tracking.php

Shipping by FREIGHT is determined by size and not weight...
Shipping by FedEx and UPS usually have a limit on the size of the packages they will accept - ie; they will accept a package the size of a twin-mattress, but not the size of a king or queen matress... reason for this is that usually there is only one delivery driver making all the deliveries for his run - if that driver cannot lift or carry the package by himself, then the laws of OSHA prevent him from delivering it... UPS and FedEx follow the OSHA laws very strictly!

and USPS has a maximum size of 108 cubic inches

...

Do a search for MOTORCARGO or BAXGLOBAL or GREYHOUND, this topic has been discussed a few times already thumbsup


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