Long-Distance Moving and Storage

From: Phil Clayton <musicman38_at_mindspring.com>
Date: Sat Jul 31 10:54:42 1999

I agree with packing monitors upside down. I purchase many monitors for my
and they all come packed upside down.
May I also suggest you use the shipping service call GPS and not UPS if this
is avaliable in your area. I find that when I recieve new monitors shipped via
UPS they
come in a rounded box that used to be square. When I use GPS they (The Shipping
is very clean and undamaged..

Russ Blakeman wrote:

> Just pack them upside down, base up. They ship by UPS and USPS well that way
> and movers tend to be more (not much more) careful with each carton.
> Scott Ware wrote:
> > On Mon, 26 Jul 1999, Dave McGuire wrote:
> >
> > (Regarding damage in long-distance shipping)
> >
> > > I've seen many large monitors with under-designed tilt/swivel bases.
> >
> > True - damage to the base (or the area supported by the base) seems quite
> > common on large monitors. I've already removed most of the bases for
> > storage purposes, so I'll likely leave them off for shipment, as well.
> >
> > --
> > Scott Ware ware_at_xtal.pharm.nwu.edu

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