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Shipping a pipe

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Has anyone shipped a pipe JUST using bubble wrap??? Did it arrive undamaged ???
03 Jun 2023 07:47 #1

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Replied by Schu on topic Shipping a pipe

I've bought about 6 pipes and they were all shipped in boxes using crumpled paper or bubble wrap for filler. Always come out undamaged. Sometimes the boxes were a concoction of two larger boxes cut-down as opposing 3 sided panels and taped all around. 
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03 Jun 2023 11:08 #2

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Replied by MarkT on topic Shipping a pipe

All the pipes I've received have been in boxes too. No damage. So I'm not much help.

I did buy a frame for my DT50 project. It was simply wrapped in shrink wrap with a label stuck to it. No damage at all but a frame might be tougher than a pipe.
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03 Jun 2023 11:26 #3

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Replied by Sneezles61 on topic Shipping a pipe

I bought a pipe for my 74 DT250-a… wrapped in bubble wrap.. no box.. apparently it wasn’t rough about as non of the carbon let loose from shipping… if that helps..
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03 Jun 2023 13:41 #4

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