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    shipping cost WOW. :(

    Any one got a line on eficient shipping for less then .80 a LB. me thinks I may be in the wrong business.



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    You can get less then that easy if your talking over 500 pounds. But small boxes I havnt found any myself.

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    Large flat rate box $15. If you can get 30 lbs in it you would be a .50 a lb. 70 lb limit. I have 69 lbs of copper in one with room to spare. Definitely going to depend on the density of the item you are sending. I think connected ends might work this way.

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    olddude how many pallets, how much weight and the two zip codes...send that to me in a pm and I can get it set up for you.
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    Just shipped out two loads via USPS Parcel Post. One was 54 Lbs. and one was 43 Lbs.. Shipping was right around 50c per Lbs.

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    Yeah that goes by weight and from and to what zone.


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