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RE: Gene's catalog

Sam's club.... like 50- 60 bucks.. sits on a desktop. 

You do realize they (UPS) goes by the pound, not ounces, rounded up, so it
doesn't really have to be critically exact... 5.4 or 5.8 is the same to
them... 6 lbs.

You probably have some scale at home that would work just as well... hit the
garage sales and look for a baby scale :)


> -----Original Message-----
> > Hum, must be cause you are in a rural area. We use UPS at work all the
> time.
> > I applied on line, print out my shipping labels via the internet/pc.
> Heck
> > they even provide the blank labels free of charge (ok, it is in the
> price of
> > the service).
> Donna, do you have a recommended scale to use?
> Chris

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