Originally Posted by BBL_Brewer
If that's your only reason for cold crashing, I would just bite the bullet and rack to a bottling bucket. Sound like less work than lugging your fermenter around.
I agree... If you're bottling, you're going to be many times over better off moving the brew to the bottling bucket, onto the priming solution than trying to bottle from primary. I wouldn't even try to bottle from primary with priming sugar.
I would also move the primary to where you'll rack from at least several hours ahead of time. If you use highly flocculating yeast, they'll settle back down really well. If you didn't use such yeast, then I would move it a day (or more) ahead of time.
Granted, it's easy to rack from primary to keg (with a CO2 push), but that's a different thread.