Anybody Deliver 10 Tons UAE Harmony to Pgh ?

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Keepaeyeonit
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Location: Northeast Ohio.

Post Sun. Feb. 05, 2012 7:42 am

Sorry :oops:,Freddy is right $35.00/ton delivery charge 319 MI or $805.00 per 23 tons,SmokeyCityTeacher I wish I had room for 2 loads(coal for the next 10 to 12 years :D ) I would get them,If the cost stays the same as it is now that's a $1500.00 savings over 5 years or 33%(for me) and you have the coal you like plus my dealers prices rose $20 to $30/ton since the end of 2010 but that's still not bad at $240 to $245./ton P/U plus I don't think he's making a killing on selling coal.Keepaeyeonit

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Post Sun. Feb. 05, 2012 7:48 am

Which states are considering permitting 100,000 lbs., and when is it going to happen?

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Location: Northeast Ohio.

Post Sun. Feb. 05, 2012 9:02 am

So far 80,000 for PA and OH but I think MI has a higher limit(non permit load) with the right wheel configuration and time of the year but I may be wrong so don't hold me to that.Keepaeyeonit

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