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Pole barn Steel siding

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I have scaps left from a bldg I put up,, had 16' side walls so the is plenty for a ice house I would say,,, light grey and dark grey in color

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I may be interested how much you have and where you from? chaas437@hickorytech.net

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ditto what kato said.....................how much and where are you located....

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I live south of Prior Lake, as far as how much, I will have to go through it this weekend, unless your looking to recycle it. I could do that but if your putting it to use, then GOOD!

I know there is 4 or 5 sheets of 16'x 4' and a lot of smaller..

I will get a total this weekend

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put me on the list of takers, if no one else takes it, please. email me , skkehoe@frontiernet.net

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I need to cover my fishhouse this would work great chaas437@hickorytech.net drop me a line with your phone I will try to arrange pickup with you.

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Looks like about 4-5 pieces 4x16'

and 8 4x6 to 8..

and many more but some have bends and such, more then enought to side a fish house.

First come first to receive..

612-919-1881

Located just north of New Prague, East of Jordan South of Shakopee, and just west of MN horse and hunt club!!!!!!!!!

Almost all is light grey, one piece of dark grey

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I am unable to pick up for awhile so count me out frown.gif Thanks anyway.

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ALL has been picked through, now I'm left with a pile of scrap,, should have been more clear, TAKE ALL..

That being said, any recyclers have at it!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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