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    Default Moving M932 form Florida to Vermont

    Hey guys,
    I bought a M932 down in Florida and would like to know costs for shipping it to Vermont by the end of January. I may drive it, but I'm just looking for some solid estimates.
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    From what zip code to zip code. Florida is a big state and its location depends on what you will get it moved for. Moving to the NE is expensive but if the 932 is in a dead zone like Miami or along the panhandle you might get it moved for a decent price since fuel costs are dropping.
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    It's in Arcadia, Florida, 34265. Going to Cabot, Vermont, 05647. I could drive it to Miami if it's a lot cheaper. Thanks

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    you can click on the link on one of the pages that United States of Freight that has an advertisement on here. They may be able to find you something for a backhaul rate.

    Can get it moved for around $2.65 a mile @ the 1520 miles. Seems steep but the 95 corridor tolls aren't too kind.
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    I vote for driving it home if you like adventures and if you’re buying it from someone who has fully serviced it and put some miles on it. Haul it if it’s an unknown auction truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelsoldiers View Post
    I vote for driving it home if you like adventures and if you’re buying it from someone who has fully serviced it and put some miles on it. Haul it if it’s an unknown auction truck.
    It's a 932. Better have a good chiropractor on call for when you get home. Cause i95 thru SC and NC is a brutal son of a gun
    2008 F-250 6.4L Powerstroke
    1984 AM General M923A1 ( Big Cam III NTC-400, HT3B turbo, Intercooled, #15 button, Dual fuel Line setup - MRAP Aluminum Radiator - 8" Ram Air Intake system - Dual 115 gallon tanks - Air Conditioning - 145amp alternator - Puradyn Oil Bypass system, CAT 7155 16speed transmission, Oshkosh 55000 Transfer Case, riding on 16.00 AT-3s on HEMTT wheels. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by simp5782 View Post
    It's a 932. Better have a good chiropractor on call for when you get home. Cause i95 thru SC and NC is a brutal son of a gun
    Thatís true! All of those expansion joints would be kicking you in the butt all the way home. You could always try one of these
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    Quote Originally Posted by simp5782 View Post
    It's a 932. Better have a good chiropractor on call for when you get home. Cause i95 thru SC and NC is a brutal son of a gun
    I agree with simp on this 100%, I95 here in SC sucks!!

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    Hey Guys,
    So I ended up shipping my M923 up to Vermont on Friday and it's supposed to be there tomorrow morning first thing. Problem is, is that it's supposed to be 5 below zero for the first half of the morning tomorrow... Any extra tips and tricks to get it fired up and off the truck. Hopefully I can get it going, it's coming from Florida so the diesel has no additives, hopefully the coolant isn't just water.... Thought of all this after I sent it on the truck... haha But at least my back is good, I can't afford a chiropractor, spent it all on this toy!

    The plan is to add some additive to the diesel and cut it with kerosine and then drain off a few gallons of coolant and put in some straight. The intake is right behind the cab right? The snorkel looking thing. Thanks!

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