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    Shipping Companies

    Anyone have a recommendation on a shipping company to ship a R90 from Colorado Springs to Ft.Myers Florida?

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    San Antonio, TX
    Try using the advanced search on all open forums and search for "shipping company". There are a few hits there that provides feedback on a couple of companies.
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    Federal Shipping....A Division of Allied Van Lines.....Use your MOA card for a nice discount. I've used them a bunch of time. No issues. You save a ton if you can go from freight dock to freight dock....
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    I recently shipped a bike from Fl to OH using Works a lot like ebay. You put the transaction out on their site (no charge). Then shippers bid on your order. The longer that you leave it active, the lower the price becomes. You get info (including pics of equipment and company history) and references like ebay. There are many shippersout there that specialize in bikes, and they will all compete for your bussiness. I ended up using a company called NightRiderExpress and they were great. Much cheaper that a larger carrier, great service, excellent.
    Theo Marks

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    I had a horse and a trailer both shipped with Uship. The price was very good and as it turned out both the shippers where very good. You can get clients reviews for each shipper. I saved $400 or more on the camper from Texas to Michigan.
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