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Old 03-04-2006, 08:26 AM
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I am trying to buy a CTD in Delaware Ohio,If I happen to purchase it,,I was wondering if anyone here knows of a freight company with good rates heading east to Connecticut? If not it looks like a LONG ride for me(12Hours) to go get it.
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We travel between north east Mass and Michigan quite a bit, and based on that, I think the CT to OH trip you're speaking of shouldn't take you more than 9 hours or so.

HOWEVER, one of us is heading to Mass this month, and will be returning to MI the last week of March. We could give you a ride out to Ohio if that would help you at all.

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Talking Bite the bullet

Thank you very Much,But I am just going to have to bite the bullet and drive out there and back,, ONLY 9 Hours , well that's better than 12.
It wont be for a couple of weeks anyway,, 18th or the 25th

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I see there are 2 of us here from Kalamazoo
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Originally Posted by bluepuller
I see there are 2 of us here from Kalamazoo
You see right! I moved out here from New England 3 years ago and love it! (except for the lack of hills!) I'm part owner of a 160 acre farm off of Sprinkle Road now. That's something I could never find, let alone AFFORD, in New England.

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You'll have 9 hours in before lunch. Takes me 5 hours just to get comfy in the truck. Besides what better way to get to know your truck.
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Talking MY Truck

Originally Posted by rammtuff
You'll have 9 hours in before lunch. Takes me 5 hours just to get comfy in the truck. Besides what better way to get to know your truck.

I know my truck very well already... I won the auction,, Now just to get the motor home. Take a little time off from work and take a trip..

Thanks Everybody!!

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OK Made the 12 hour trip to Ohio And the 12 Hour ride back,,, WITH MY NEW CTD in The bed of the truck,,,, Yea Baby Now just to get it installed,,

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