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jtm

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It is an fl-8? and is about 10 yrs old. worked perfect until it flew out of the truck last winter,after leaving it on the four wheeler racks. Fits in 5gal pail and has battery indicator. Will cost about 120.00 to fix frown.gif

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jtm

I'll take it I have a buddy that is looking for one. email when its a good time to pickup. I live in Princeton do you get down in this area much?

Mark

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Is it gone, if not can I be next in line?

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sorry its gone. gave it to co-worker

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