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I have two forks I'm getting ready to sale, the problem is they both came off previous/current bikes I bought used and as a result I do not have any sort of box or manuals for them. Whats the best way to ship a fork to someone? I know if I take it to somewhere like the UPS store that they pack stuff, but I dont want to pay an arm and a leg for something I can do myself. Do most lbs carry old fork boxes? I'd appreciate any suggestions.
 

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Nope, most LBS do not store boxes.
I had same problem with shipping wheels (both). I ended with big bike box, an i cuted it, used almost all to put it back in smaller size. Its a lot of work. Find box similar to yours fork and cut it ;)
 

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I have two forks I'm getting ready to sale, the problem is they both came off previous/current bikes I bought used and as a result I do not have any sort of box or manuals for them. Whats the best way to ship a fork to someone? I know if I take it to somewhere like the UPS store that they pack stuff, but I dont want to pay an arm and a leg for something I can do myself. Do most lbs carry old fork boxes? I'd appreciate any suggestions.
A quick phonecall to your LBS (s) will answer if they have any boxes for you. I have had pretty good luck getting packing material from my LBS.
 
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