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chad44

2006 FISH HOUSE 6'6 X 16 ( Price Reduced)!

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Built in 2006. 6'6 x 16.Very nice house! Has double doors for atv/snowmobile access! Drop hitch so you never have to unhook from truck, Zero clearance jack so you never lift the house. Options include: stove,oven,flip out table,stereo, TV, 16,000 btu forced air vented heater.8 catch cover holes, 1/4 inch paneling. 2 lights, rubber roof. This is a great fish house.Please e mail any comments or questions! 6500.00 will take it home!!! pfeifer44@hotmail.com (507)381-5711 pics available 3125_46bb0d2023df9.jpg

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Any offers out there??

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could I get some pictures? where can it be seen?

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can I get your e mail address or you e mail me So I can send you some pics. I am located by Janesville MN. Any Day you can come look at it. Thanks

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Must sell!!! any offers out there

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Pics please my email is there in my profile click on my name

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Here ya go.

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What is the frame made out of, and what is the axle rated?

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The frame is made of 2x3 tubing with a 3x3 tube running the length of the frame for the tongue. It has a 2 1/2 inch axle running the width of the house. I had this custom built to haul a 4 wheeler so It will stand up to anything

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