Re: [CR]UPS Shipping costs ?s


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From: Duane Kennard <d.kennard@adelphia.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]UPS Shipping costs ?s
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 12:12:59 -0700
To: Mark Poore <rauler83@yahoo.com>
cc: Classic Rendezvous <Classicrendezvous@bikelist.org>

I've noticed that FedEx rates are higher now too!

Though it was a little more work, a less costly way I've found was to ship wheels & a few parts in one box, and frame & other parts in another box. This way with the frame less wheels, the box size was acceptable to USPS, and shipping a complete (partially disassembled) bike to Canada from SoCal only cost about $55! Try the Post Office....

Cheers,

Duane Kennard Los Angeles, USA

On Oct 20, 2004, at 12:00 PM, Mark Poore wrote:
> The other day I took my daugther's bike up to our UPS pickup to ship
> it and it was going to costs around $100 to CA. The most it has ever
> costs was $37 to the left coast. The gal, who has shipped many bikes
> and frames for me, said UPS had a rate increase. I could go with that,
> however this would be more than just a rate increase. She did say that
> if I reduced the size of the box by 3 inches it would go down to $80.
> Anyone else out there had similar experiences? this concerns me as I
> have several frames on ebay and will be listing more with a chance of
> a bike or two as well. Would hate to mislead a bidder on shipping
> costs.
>
> You can e-mail me off list.
>
> Mark Poore
> Slatyfork, WV