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Hibbing

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I have an older 16 ft pull behind camper I need to get rid of. It is located at Side Lake MN. Might work for a fish house or whatever. Can be reached at jpolcher at uslink (Contact Us Please) net (no pics available)

Camper is gone - enjoy it pikeslayer!

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What shape is it in?Would I be able to tow it to Kelly Lake?

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It hasn't been moved in quite awhile, but there is air in the tires. needs a 2" ball.

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Can I meet you at RiverSide at twothirty today,so I can take a look at it?

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email sent...feel free to email me back at dhintz9@charter.net

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Hibbing I made it home with no problems,thanks again for the rig,after I got home and started to look at it,I think Ill keep it intact and cut holes in the floor for fishing and call it good!Thanks Again!! smile.gifsmile.gif

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