What's the best way to protect the lid?
I can imagine that bouncing around in the back of a vehicle can't be good for it, more so with a big oval kiln.
Just leave it on the kiln. Or you can unhook it form the hinge and set it on top of the kiln with a layer of foam board in between. Then strap it all together. L&L ships theirs fully assembled with the floor slab on top on foam, and just some foam padding between the kiln and box, all on a pallet. I've never had freight damage other than the kiln getting hit with a forklift.
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