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Discussion: shipping more than 1 bat at a time

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Nov. 5

52 posts
where do you get shipping boxs for bats if you need to ship more than 1 bat? I'd like to know where i can get a box that I can put 2 bats in it to ship.
Sherwin Gonzales
Nov. 5
Men's 65
457 posts
contact SportsStan, he may be of help. aloha, Fabe
Nov. 6
Men's 70
204 posts
if you cant find a box specifically for two bats just use a single sized box, cut down one side, find another piece of cardboard, fold a 90 degree side to increase the size you need, tape it securely, and you're good to go. I've done several times
Nov. 6

3550 posts
If the bats are already in "single" standard bat cartons, we just tape them together securely using strapping/shipping tape ... It works well for up to three (wide) or four (cube-style) ...
Nov. 6
Men's 75
606 posts
The USPS, UPS, or FedEX might carry 36" tubes. Amazon does, but a little pricey. I bought a couple from the USPS to put in my bag to make it easier to put in and remove a bat.
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