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Interesting, because when I did it, it was $75

I am concerned if they cannot deliver my skis into Canada from Spokane if they are delayed.

I think I will pack up my skis in my padded double ski bag and bring them in tomorrow. I've got 10 days for them to get there.

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 3:48 PM, Marc Chrusch <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
At 01:30 PM 2/14/2011, I wrote:

At 12:21 PM 2/14/2011, S H wrote:

Fedex was unhelpful...I even went in to ask them. I need to have it packed to go in order to get a price.

Nope. Go to:
https://www.fedex.com/ratefinder/home

After you enter the basic info, click on the Get Detailed Quote - on that page specify "Your own packaging" in the drop down, then fill in the LxWxH details (you can guess well enough with a tape measure) to give you an idea. You'll need to allow a minimum of a week for ground shipment.

I just farted around at that site and plugged in some rough numbers - it came up with ~$49, which is consistent with the general estimate of $50 - $60. When I bought a replacement pair of CMH's from a MA lister about 5 years ago, shipping those from a Boston suburb to Sandy UT was $55.


-marc
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