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Noly

shipping 16 hp flywheel

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rokon2813

Wrap it in cardboard, then bubble wrap, then cardboard and put it in a box, tight so it can't move around.

No "peanuts" or air bags, it will squash or pop them.

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dentwizz

The way they ship them from the factory is wrap in plastic and shoot the box full of great stuff foam. I usually save the box shell afterward for the next one...

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dav

sent a B-1 magnamatic magnet to B&S Friday last. that fit in a small "if it fits.." box. just cut cardboard into strips and filled all the space so it couldn't move.

I had called briggs and the rep gave me the address to ship it to. the P O said the zip was good but the street address was not. I took a chance and shipped anyway on the assumption that the P O in Menomonee Falls knows who and where Briggs and Stratton is. (it was delivered to b&s today)

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dav

sent a B-1 magnamatic magnet to B&S Friday last. that fit in a small "if it fits.." box. just cut cardboard into strips and filled all the space so it couldn't move.

I had called briggs and the rep gave me the address to ship it to. the P O said the zip was good but the street address was not. I took a chance and shipped anyway on the assumption that the P O in Menomonee Falls knows who and where Briggs and Stratton is. (it was delivered to b&s today)

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wiscogus

Noly where are you located? I called around to some Briggs/Simplicity dealers in my area here (SE WI) and found someone to do it local. Came out to about the same price as shipping it to Briggs, $25. But they were able to do it same day

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timflury

I'm local as well. I shipped mine on a Monday, and it showed up on my doorstep on Thursday.

They turn these around pretty quickly.

Pack it nice and tight to reduce the possibility of a fin breaking off. I've heard horror stories.

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