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Shipping a engine - March 16, 2015, 09:50 AM

So I am selling my engine from my CBR1K anyone have an idea on how to ship it? I have a bid out on Uship right now. I know OSD used Greyhound but this is a much bigger motor then what he shipped. Any help on this would be great!!


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