|12-27-2010 12:33 PM|
The factory top has bows that do NOT break down in the middle, so the bows can be too big to ship UPS/Fedex.
The aftermarket tops, and the MOPAR replacement tops, have bows that separate in the middle, and they can usually easily be put into a box and shipped UPS.
So if you have a factory top, there isn't a great option. You may need to box it as best you can, and take it to a freight company for shipping. Sometimes if you can deliver it to, and pick it up at, a freight yard, commercial shipping is not too expensive.
|12-26-2010 02:00 PM|
|InfernoGirl||Take it apart, it's still gonna be pretty big, but the less assembled it is, the smaller the package you can ship it in...|
|12-26-2010 11:22 AM|
shipping a soft top
I live in Florida were I am using my hard top and my soft top is in Minnesota. I want to transport the soft from MN to FL. Are there any suggestions. It is very large even folded down. Is just boxing up and mailing UPS a good idea or should I hire a mover to drive it down (but that would be very expensive)? Thanks