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CCjon
Posted 11/29/2016 12:10 PM (#91537)
Subject: Sidecar shipping recommendations



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Am looking for a shipping company that can safely transport a motorcycle/sidecar from Phoenix, Arizona to Houston, Texas. 

Who has had a good experience and can recommend a company?

Am currently waiting on quotes through UShip but not sure who is bidding on there.

Thanks

CCjon 

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gramps
Posted 11/29/2016 12:22 PM (#91538 - in reply to #91537)
Subject: Re: Sidecar shipping recommendations


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I have used HAULSBIKES.COM with no problems on all 3 pickups. Their rigs are 1st. class.
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Al Olme
Posted 11/29/2016 3:34 PM (#91543 - in reply to #91537)
Subject: RE: Sidecar shipping recommendations


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Jon,

I'll add another vote for Haulbikes.com. I've used them several times and always had good results. They use large trucks that are purpose built to haul bikes and will deliver to residences. BTW, they are the same company as Daily Direct.
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jwshort
Posted 11/29/2016 4:20 PM (#91544 - in reply to #91537)
Subject: Re: Sidecar shipping recommendations


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I used Bike Haul to ship my rig to North Carolina this past spring. I only can say that once you have made arrangements the process moves slowly. They usually wait until they can fill their truck with more than one bike/rig. They do good work but be patient.
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davet
Posted 12/1/2016 9:41 PM (#91580 - in reply to #91537)
Subject: Re: Sidecar shipping recommendations



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I have used Keyboard motorcycle shipping twice to ship sidecars I've bought. They did a good job for me both times. Dave
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CCjon
Posted 12/2/2016 4:52 AM (#91584 - in reply to #91580)
Subject: Re: Sidecar shipping recommendations



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Thanks for the suggestions. Got a very competitive bid from a motorcycle hauler who will be coming thru Phoenix in a day or two and surprisingly, lives about 20 miles from my house. On his way home to Texas, he'll bring me the new rig.
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