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Ok, how can someone send me tires? i found some, and now we need to figure out how we will transport them. any recommandations? thx

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CHECK WITH YOUR BUS SERVICE.use to use them all the time to ship stuff from the south up here,RR

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would it work for like, Cali to Kansas? set of 27 tires.

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Did you say 27 (!) tires?

I'd look into putting them all on pallets and going with a large freight shipper.

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Whoops i meant
a set of 27" tires hahah good eyes

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I've mailordered several tires, and they were shipped UPS.

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ya... but are you selling them for 125? LOL

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Just ship them individually via UPS. I looked at doing this and it would cost be $23 a tire to ship them south.

Slap the sticker right on the outside and have them picked up.

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'88.5 Zuki, 5" Calmini, Locked, Swamped, Rolled, and just generally broken in right!
 

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What Glenn said is absolutely right. Freightquote.com is the best site on the planet for shipping stuff. Its also under shipitzone.com which if you called Darren Rowe @ freightquote.com he would tell you that shipitzone.com which is a subsidiary of them is actually the cheapest way there is. shipitzone gets discounts from freightzone.com as a promotional thing. Thats what he told me yesterday anyway. I use them all the time. Max

 
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those sites seem to be for like a business! hhmm i dont want them to think i will be sending a lot of stuff through them.

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ah ok. thx

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