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Old 09-10-2007, 11:58 PM   #1
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Exclamation How much to ship by from PA?

About how much would it cost to ship a bike from Indiana Pennsylvania to Houston?
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Old 09-11-2007, 12:01 AM   #2
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about $500......

www.forwardair.com

the selling party just brings the bike to the forward air place, strap it inside forward air's motorcycle crate....and off it goes. you'll pick it up from forward air's warehouse located by IAH on greenspoint rd.
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cause i have family that work at continental, i can fly anywhere domestic for $15 dollars. I was thinkin of flyin up the, payin him in person then rentin a uhaul truck, strap it up and come home? sound good or is there better ways to do it? dont know what uhaul charges for something like that
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cause i have family that work at continental, i can fly anywhere domestic for $15 dollars. I was thinkin of flyin up the, payin him in person then rentin a uhaul truck, strap it up and come home? sound good or is there better ways to do it? dont know what uhaul charges for something like that
mannn hook a bruthur up with some continental tickets! ill give you 30 bucks for one! thats double your money!
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one way rentals are expensive. i'm not sure which option will be better for you...might want to do some research on one way uhaul rentals before thinking about shipping it.

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yeah just looked it up from Pa to Tx in the smallest truck would cost around $1,500...... that
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if you have AAA you can get a discount, penske might be cheaper. why not fly up and ride the bike home? assuming its in running condition anyway.
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If i was u i would just do the forward air fly up there see the bike start it pay the guy if its excatly what u like take it to forward air kiss it good by get your back on a plain and wait for your bike...? THAT way u know exactly what ure buyin the shape it is in and there is no suprises... let say the guy gets ure money and waits a wek or 2 before takeing it to foward might as well do it ure self... only 30 bucks fly there and back thats what i would do..
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