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    Sticky: Re: How To Properly Package Heavy Items!

    Yes i used the foam sheeting from lowes to ship mine before, double layer inside first box, 2nd box full of peanuts worked fine

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    Sticky: Re: How To Properly Package Heavy Items!

    DHL is around 40-50 bucks coast to coast
    Fedex is 70-80
    UPS surcharges based on size of box, but is close to 80-90

    anything over 70lbs with anyone other than DHL gets a surcharge.
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    Here is another method of shipping motors that follows the same technique, but doesnt use foam pool toys

    inner box filled with 2 layers of pink insulation foam from lowes ( same as the blue )
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    Heres also how DD packages there top of the line drivers, although they do weigh about 20 lbs less than RE MT's and BTLS 60lbs

    notice the double thick cardboard
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    Another note on shipping large subwoofers

    Fi seems to have that type of shipping down pat, but i still dont trust it 100%. They use a crate made out of 2x4s and 1/4" wood along with foam. I have...
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    Sticky: How To Properly Package Heavy Items!

    Ok I promised a tuturial on how to package a heavy item so here it is. I recently had a pair of Shocker Sig Motors ( 80lbs Each) shipped to me. I explained to the shipper my technique and once...
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