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Old 01-27-2009, 01:18 PM
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Quickly need a Bravo Drive shipping carton to ship a bravo drive to a customer. It needs to have all inside package cardboard too. Cell 352 266-1457. I will have you ship it to me overnight.
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Old 01-27-2009, 01:42 PM
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Tres - I have a new 3A box. I know that is way too big, but if you can't find anything else, you are welcomed to it. Barry
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There's gotta be someone local. Did ya try someone at Doller, Cobra, etc?

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There's gotta be someone local. Did ya try someone at Doller, Cobra, etc?
Not sure you can call them 'local'; Tres is in Ocala while Cobra and Doller are 350 miles away. If that's local to you, you must have a bear of a daily commute to work! LOL.
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whoops thought Ocala was just outside lauderdale

another option tres is to purchase a plastic storage container and pack the drive in that. I've done that with a few engine parts - heads, supercharger, etc. seemed to work good.
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BRad took care of that yesterday when he came by Doller
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