SEND-IT

 

 

Click here to download and fill out a interactive PDF One page you can TYPE INFO INTO  PRINT and include with your shipment.

 

 

This is a Super Simple  SEND IN NOTE with your items instead of that grimy crayon scrimble no one can read!.

 

 

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or Click Image above for PDF SENT FORM

 

 

 

 

 

Maybe try UPS, its pretty good for generally less but package light and correctly please, but it’s up to you!

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free-shipping

 

Click here to download and fill out a interactive PDF One page you can type info into PRINT and include with your shipment.This is a Super Simple  SEND IN NOTE with your items instead of that grimy crayon scrimble no one can read!.

 

 

 

Shipping-It-In-Price is only about $20.00 on average within a 1000 mile radius when packaged correctly and takes usually one business day with Ground UPS!

 

 

 

Go to Ups.com,  Print your own label on paper, clear tape it too box, hand box to any UPS truck or pack ship center, or even arrange a pick up online~BAM! It’s that easy.

 

 

 

 

 

FED-EX is not as good in some areas! so it’s up to you~

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Does FED-EX “Ground” really mean “All-Over-the-Ground” for your route? 

 

 

Most shipping issues are when a dealer parts kid or customer sends a box In-Bound without proper packaging and their carelessness, make boxes easy to handle and well packaged and you’ll have better results!

 

 

Just so you know Fed EX “subs-out” the end route delivery from warehouse to your door by privately operated route franchisee like a Snap-On Tools route. That’s one reason we prefer UPS the Brown Trucks that are company owned only, however each territory most people know what carrier works best for them so that’s what we go with per your instructions, but UPS has stepped it up and improved in the recent years like most everyone else.

 

 

 

 

 

USPS Postal may be closer for you but use carefully for best results! package clean, light and correctly,  but it’s up to you~

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Government owned and operated “going-postal”? USPS~

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