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#668321 - Fri Oct 07 2016 03:54 PM pump hauling
Bill jr Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Aug 27 2011
Loc: Erie Pa
Any body going thru eastern Mass headed to western NY or Eastern Pa that can haul a pump It is located by I 90 & I91 Willing to pay anytime in the next two -three weeks
Bill

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#668972 - Fri Oct 14 2016 03:32 PM Re: pump hauling [Re: Bill jr]
Bill jr Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Aug 27 2011
Loc: Erie Pa
I still need this pump moved Anybody coming from the New England area to NY or PA ??
Bill

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#669050 - Sat Oct 15 2016 02:58 PM Re: pump hauling [Re: Bill jr]
gasmansgp Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Feb 24 2003
Loc: Severn, Maryland USA
Call North American Van Lines, The Beltman Group. 1-800 959-8880 x 2. They move all my unrestored and restored pumps. They are reasonable and quick. In the week that you have been awaiting an answer, it could have been in your hands? All pumps are blanket wrapped and delivered into your garage. If you don't like to use a freighter, maybe a road trip is in line? Doesn't seem like it would take more that a day to go out and come back? Paul www.severngaspumps.com

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#669214 - Sun Oct 16 2016 11:04 PM Re: pump hauling [Re: Bill jr]
SloDave Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sun Oct 09 2016
Loc: Paso Robles, California. 934...
I use North American Van Lines and agree with Paul. They quote over the phone and give pick up and delivery dates instantly. They have worked out great for me.
Dave

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#674863 - Fri Dec 23 2016 09:29 AM Re: pump hauling [Re: SloDave]
NRP/MN Offline
Member

Registered: Tue Dec 13 2016
Loc: Minnesota
For future reference for others, I just contracted with North American Van Lines per Paul's recommendation. They are transporting my recently purchased pump from Deland Florida to Minneapolis- St Paul for $393.00.
Hope this helps others in the future.

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#675186 - Tue Dec 27 2016 09:35 PM Re: pump hauling [Re: Bill jr]
1968pickup Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Tue Jun 07 2011
Loc: North dakota,mapleton
I haven't done it but on another site they are using Fastenal not sure if u have to be a employee but might be worth looking into just store to store I think

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#677661 - Thu Jan 26 2017 04:13 AM Re: pump hauling [Re: Bill jr]
Speedracer Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Feb 08 2014
Loc: Michigan, USA (near Chesterfie...
I just shipped a pump to North Dakota from Michigan (using NAVL), and the buyer paid around $435 or $450 if I remember correctly. It's a pretty good deal.
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#682734 - Sat Mar 18 2017 09:32 PM Re: pump hauling [Re: Bill jr]
Ted Matthews Offline
Active Member

Registered: Thu Aug 08 2013
Loc: Dallas/Ft. Worth
Anyone can ship Fastenal store to store, but the item must be crated. Their prices are very reasonable.

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