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Old 06-08-2018, 02:23 PM
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So I have the opportunity to buy a hood lip moulding from a parts car in Florida. How do you recommend shipping this? Seller is asking but I honestly have never had anything like this shipped.

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If it's not cracked now, it will be when you get it. Wait for one where you can grab & go. They do exist in your part of the world in good condition also.
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If it's not cracked now, it will be when you get it. Wait for one where you can grab & go. They do exist in your part of the world in good condition also.
Yeah I was trying to wrap my head around how to protect and support it, because of the curves the 68 has its hard to imagine it being properly supported in any position. I've called alot of yards around here and none of them have had anything. I know with patience I will find one someday, I just hate looking at this broken molding.
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Not sure how large or long it is, but Fedex claims they can pack just about anything.
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pretty simple to wrap it in bubble wrap stuff it in to a 3 or 4 in PVC pipe and send it to you. the pipe and end caps will run you another 30 bucks or so but you get it safe. there are a number of heavy walled cardboard packing tubes also. I have received then both ways. the man that sent me the quarter molding for the 53 put them in a box. the post office is your best rout to ship. unless they have a businesses discount.
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pretty simple to wrap it in bubble wrap stuff it in to a 3 or 4 in PVC pipe and send it to you. the pipe and end caps will run you another 30 bucks or so but you get it safe. there are a number of heavy walled cardboard packing tubes also. I have received then both ways. the man that sent me the quarter molding for the 53 put them in a box. the post office is your best rout to ship. unless they have a businesses discount.
Big difference between a straight quarter molding and this hood lip molding. 4" PVC is great for shipping, but I don't think this thing will go in it.

FedEx does a great job with their advertising, but not such a good job with the people that they hire to staff their retail packing/shipping centers! I have never seen such a bunch of dumb-@$$e$ in my life as those that work at they largest FedEx Pack-N-Ship in Omaha!
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