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    Bangkok to Udon Thani

    Anyone have an idea what it would/should cost for a small truckload of household goods,(washing machine, dryer,TV etc.), to be transported from Bangkok to Udon Thani? Thanks

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    Pick up, fuel & driver, I would guess around 3,500. leave the dryer behind.

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    Just done it with small truck 12000

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    If it will all fit in a pick up which I doubt you would be looking at 10,000THB, if you are looking for something bigger that will take everything the cost would be around 15,000THB, if interested PM me as I know a guy with a truck.

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    ^ jeez, was it a Limo?
    20 foot container is only 18k tops

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    Just speaking from experience!

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    TNT would of been cheaper mate

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    10 wheeler from Saraburi to Jomtien is only 3,500k baht, and that is full to the brim with marble and granite that they have to load and unload, seems a lot of you got robbed real bad when you moved, no wonder you old Isaan fogeys are in such a bad mood all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    10 wheeler from Saraburi to Jomtien is only 3,500k baht, and that is full to the brim with marble and granite that they have to load and unload, seems a lot of you got robbed real bad when you moved, no wonder you old Isaan fogeys are in such a bad mood all the time.
    When? 2000? it would use more in diesel than that!!

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    Thanks for the replies, with the exception of zoocaveroMek who it seems joined today with the not so laudable goal of filling this forum with gobbledegook. If anyone else has any more ideas on the truck feel free to post.

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    10 wheeler BangNa to Lampang 6,000 bht and thats 600 km for backload 3 year ago, pot plants included,
    just had 18 x alloy box section planks 6m lomg for gate delivered by local Freight Company, 300 bht !! incredibly cheap

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    about a year ago we paid 3500 baht for a small lorry, bigger than a pickup, to take furniture from Jomptien to korat. he had it converted to gas.

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    6 Wheel truck, Hua Hin to Bangkok. 1 Year ago. 6000 Baht

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    Pattaya Truck Rental

    10 wheel truck with driver for the day is 2,000baht here in Pattaya.
    Originally Posted by UdonThani Pete
    if you are looking for something bigger that will take everything the cost would be around 15,000THB,
    Were you robbed or are you part of this scamming scheme? As I said, 10 wheel truck with driver, 2,000baht for the day, you pay fuel. Sukhumvit road is full of them, just look for ones parked up with a small sign on the back in Thai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    you pay fuel
    So, yes. About 6000 baht a day...

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    I was not robbed nor am I part of any scamming scheme, the price I paid was for a large truck with 3 guys who done all the loading and unloading, and the price included diesel and I gave the guys all a good tip as they deserved one. This was the only time I have ever moved stuff here and thought it was a good deal, saying that I am not a builder who knows everything about anything, oooops must be the Issan coming out of me, I was only trying to be helpful to another TD member, perhaps I will think twice next time round!

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    Quote Originally Posted by celtic View Post
    Thanks for the replies, with the exception of zoocaveroMek who it seems joined today with the not so laudable goal of filling this forum with gobbledegook. If anyone else has any more ideas on the truck feel free to post.

    Celtic

    I would be looking around 10,000 baht for a 6 wheeler.
    I have a 6 wheeled truck & we have delived our product to CM fuel 6,000
    2 men @ 500 a day X 2 days & no money for the truck repairs


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    I paid a crew around 16k (I think or it may have been more)) for a big truck and a pickup to bring my shit up from Bangkok. The packed everything and did a good job. Not quite the same as lugging a few tonnes of sand about.

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