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 Safe Movers around Northern Indiana
Chesh97  [Team Member]
5/26/2011 9:03:58 AM
Does anyone know of people that will hire out to move a safe?

Areas close could be Ft. Wayne, Goshen, Auburn, Elkhart

I have moved it twice already, and to be honest, I'd rather just fucking pay someone to do it.
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whamburglar  [Member]
5/26/2011 12:24:52 PM
Two guys and a truck quoted me at $600 to move it down the street. They also wouldn't go up stairs. I ended up buying two friends dinner and muscled it up to my new place.

Sorry, that's all I've got.
ssgjason  [Member]
5/28/2011 12:01:04 AM
Check with people who move pianoes.
Chesh97  [Team Member]
5/28/2011 3:42:28 AM
Nobody has any safes???

How about a place that rents powermate stair climber dollys.

This has become quite the chore, and is about making me want to never own a safe again. If I don't stop looking tonight, I'm going to be disgusted to the point of wanting to sell even my guns.

Somebody.. anybody...

need help here.
CaptSchofield  [Team Member]
5/28/2011 4:40:20 AM
Had a guy from Plymouth move mine. Moved it from my sons place to my house. he did an excellent job. If thats not too far for you I can look him up if you want.
Chesh97  [Team Member]
5/28/2011 8:26:01 AM

Originally Posted By CaptSchofield:
Had a guy from Plymouth move mine. Moved it from my sons place to my house. he did an excellent job. If thats not too far for you I can look him up if you want.


Google search brings up a place called D&B safes??? Guy by the name of Dan. Is that the one?
Sajer  [Team Member]
5/28/2011 11:34:34 AM
I'd offer to help you but I have moved my safe three times in the last four years and Im sick of moving that hernia demon.
Chesh97  [Team Member]
5/28/2011 9:22:57 PM

Originally Posted By Sajer:
I'd offer to help you but I have moved my safe three times in the last four years and Im sick of moving that hernia demon.


I've met you Sajer... You aren't the typical big boned arfcommer. What were you going to carry... the handle spokes

I'm of the same boat. I have moved this twice, with friends.. and I don't want to overuse my friends' help and get them sick of moving my safe. That is why this time, I would just rather pay a pro to do it and be done with it, if they are reasonable.

I did throw a keg party for the crew that helped me move last time though...
CaptSchofield  [Team Member]
5/28/2011 9:30:00 PM
Originally Posted By Chesh97:

Originally Posted By CaptSchofield:
Had a guy from Plymouth move mine. Moved it from my sons place to my house. he did an excellent job. If thats not too far for you I can look him up if you want.


Google search brings up a place called D&B safes??? Guy by the name of Dan. Is that the one?


Yep, I think that is the guy strong as a bull for a little guy
excursion12  [Team Member]
5/28/2011 10:50:04 PM
Rodockers Security world in fort wayne used to do it.
Might also try Kohlinger lock and safe.
MONGO45  [Team Member]
5/29/2011 11:04:50 PM
James Weimer 260-417-1345

I got his name from a local Browning Safe rep.

He does top shelf work.

I used him in Indy but not sure where he is based out of.
Sajer  [Team Member]
5/31/2011 9:21:22 AM
Originally Posted By Chesh97:

Originally Posted By Sajer:
I'd offer to help you but I have moved my safe three times in the last four years and Im sick of moving that hernia demon.


I've met you Sajer... You aren't the typical big boned arfcommer. What were you going to carry... the handle spokes

I'm of the same boat. I have moved this twice, with friends.. and I don't want to overuse my friends' help and get them sick of moving my safe. That is why this time, I would just rather pay a pro to do it and be done with it, if they are reasonable.

I did throw a keg party for the crew that helped me move last time though...



Hard to belive that I used to move office furniture for a living when I was younger.



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