Mud motor shipping

Discussion in 'Mud Motors' started by moduks, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. moduks

    moduks Senior Refuge Member

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    What are you guys paying for shipping for Mud buddy motors? Utah is long way from some of you guys.

    Thanks
     
  2. ALMODUX

    ALMODUX Elite Refuge Member

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    Seems like it's at $185 for me right now. :)
     
  3. 8-Ball

    8-Ball Senior Refuge Member

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    It was $185.00 from Utah to LaCrosse Wi about a month ago for a Hyper to be delivered to a business or a freight station if you wanted it delivered to your home it was $75 more
     
  4. Billcollector

    Billcollector Senior Refuge Member

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    Pacific & Mountain:
    6-9hp $110
    12hp $150
    14-35hp $ 165

    Central:
    6-9hp $130
    12hp $170
    14-35hp $185

    Eastern:
    6-9hp $160
    12hp $200
    14-35hp $215

    Florida
    6-9hp $210
    12hp $250
    14-35 hp $265
     
  5. ArkieFarmer

    ArkieFarmer Elite Refuge Member

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    Billcollector,

    Are you employed by Mud Buddy?
     
  6. Rail

    Rail Elite Refuge Member

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    Yes he is...
     
  7. randy merta

    randy merta Senior Refuge Member

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    Moducks, are you going to get a Hyper so you can run from Reed? hehe Randy
     
  8. Mud Doctor

    Mud Doctor Elite Refuge Member

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    Shipping can be expensive, especially now with the new fuel sur-charges. For the past three years we have absorbed up to 40% of the shipping costs making it easier to ship to the south and east coast.
     
  9. ArkieFarmer

    ArkieFarmer Elite Refuge Member

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    Maybe you missed this the first time.

    Billcollector,

    Are you employed by Mud Buddy?

    I think it's fair for all of us consumers to know who works for who.

    Thanks
     
  10. bubby864

    bubby864 Elite Refuge Member

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    from the information he gives, i assume that he is. that would probably be a pretty good guess.
     

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