dragonpilot wrote:So, you'll more than likely have to go to 2 cubic feet, or 3 cubic feet (which is a cubic yard which is quite a lot of volume)...
delle wrote:Ok, that's it.
I'm using this fucking thread as incentive for my son to stick with math. I just wave my hands around the space approximating foot-square boxes with disastrous results. Math is magically delicious!!
delle wrote:That right there is one good question.
I think the answer ranges between 0 and infinity.
Since infinity would piss off the neighbours, I'm going to say 20. (had to point to the sky for that one)
Yoshi1223 wrote:ended up going with 14 cubic feet after i put in measurements on the calculator. I had to downsize my original measurements since it would have cost way more than I had budgeted so pretty much just going to put one container and a bicycle wheel on there. Yikes, didn't expect this to be so expensive! I wanted to get a bike just for burning man but shipping it on the container would cost an extra $60
14 Cubic feet is a good chunk. I can fit my bike in a box and have left over space in the box to use clothing etc as "packing materials" How big is the box you are sending?
I am shipping about 6cu/ft again this year... And that space holds the 2 - 48gal coolers I ship everything in (then use one cooler to store food on the playa). The coolers hold my clothes, air mattress, tent, lantern, shoes, flashlight and who knows what else!
DaftBunk wrote:Hey Group,
The website says the container is all full
Is there an email to inquire per chance if more room will be made available, or if an additional container is being thought of ??
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