Economic Safe Way to Ship an Amp


I need your guys help asap, I'm trying to have an 150lbs amp ship from california to florida, what company have any of the audiogon family have used in the past to safe and economic transport one this heavy amps. I would like to know what to choose, I have already talk to Yellow freight and the seem to have a pretty decent rate and serice. Please help. I would like to schedule this by tomorrow.

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Bax Global, but they may only handle business to business.
Fed Ex. Frieght I think is another that should be checked out.
The Idea of the impoosibly heavy or superheavyweight amp has always been a fantasy mine. Even though I think the fact that at least you get something of true substance for all that money is more effective in proclaiming by gross tonnage that this is a mighty beast indeed it must be powerful. Shipping them around should always be the sellers responsibility.
If you can use a phone and can clearly use a computer just keep inquiring until there is a "Of course yes we will ship whatever you like if it is legal to do so, Sir! (or whatever your title is) and proceed with the logistics and find out that will cost you a trip to the ER for back spasms or worse. The other problem in selling an old Krell is that people used to have other people who were skilled in the art and poetic dance of immensely strong elepantine men. People actually made a career and not earn a living carrying shit for other people.
I am no lightweight and carried some very heavy things (I was a lifter in College) but even trying to tote my latest aquisition a Jadis DA 60 represents a significant trial. Its about 80lbs a feather once but 30 years later a full story down a flight of narrow stairs then through an obstacle course to a platform.
Therefore there should be regional offices for examing, testing and purchasing. Then a completley do it yourself method to carry the objects to their new home. My .02
I would strap it to a pallet if possible. Check freight forwarders. If you can take it to and pick it up from airport, air freight is probably the safest, quickest, and possibly even cheapest.
Try calling the Team Worldwide office nearest you.

I would only ship a heavy amp if I had all the original packing material and box. Otherwise, I would not ship. The risk of damage is too high.
I have used fedex ground with out any problems, I think there limit is 170 pounds. If you dont have the original box, just find a box store in your area and purchase some bubble wrap and two heavy duty boxes. Wrap the amp in a few layers of bubble wrap and place it in the first box, wrap that box in bubble wrap and place it in the second box.I have used this method many times without any problems at all.
I had 200lbs. shipped from CA with Pilot Air. Good rate too.
I don't like to use UPS in general, but I believe they offer a packing service, which does a good job of packing and they may actually pay insurance claims if you use their packing service. I am not recommending UPS and I don't know if they would pack your amp but they are worth checking out.
Thanks everybody for all your help. I got the amp in safe and sounf with yellow freight. there was no sign of damage anywhere in the box, the amp was shipped in the original double box. I love this's a Pass Labs X350. The look is incredible. by the way, if anyone ever need a motorcycle part,let me know I will more than glad to help with any o your power sports need.

Thank you guys