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Fiesta grill with side burner! Free!

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I figure I would give an FMer with a deer shack, ice house or even home use a chance at this before I throw it on craig list! Nice big grill with dual racks, side burner and serving area. Knobs are a little sticky (need lube). Burner has seen better days (still works,could use a new one arond $15.00). Handle is a little loose (could tighten). No tank, but nice holder of a tank. Elec. ignitor (have to click a couple of times, but works).

If you are intrested, please e-mail at shackbash@aol.com

First come, first served!

Here Ya go with some pics!

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A nice grill after a little cleaning and TLC! Used it about a month ago and it worked. Located in Princeton!

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Emailed ya

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Can i be next in line....our grill got stolen the other day down here at school.

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Kallista Was unable to take grill at this time!

Its yours if you would to pick it up. Send me an e-mail if you want!

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Yeah i am too far away...

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I tell ya, If I were going to ELY you would be first in line.

Take care,

SHACKBASH

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Once last bump before I put her on craislist!

Still have it!

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If you can wait until the weekend of Dec 7th, I am making a trip to the cities and back here, I could use it. Which side of Mille Lacs are you on?

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I am south on 169 by Princeton area. I will hold it for you, if your change plans or something, post on here.

I could meet you right in Princeton area on 169. Let me know.

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If you still have it by that weekend Ill take it, but if someone needs in before then thats cool too.

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Chad, it yours!

Give me an e-mail and let me know about when you will be heading threw town.

shackbash@aol.com

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Grill is gone!

Thanks!

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