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Frabill Fish House Swivel Seat SOLD!!

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For Sale: SOLD!

Used but in good condition Frabill fish house seat. MMS material. 360 swivel with Push & Twist lockdown mechanism.

Sorry, i am not sure which houses this was made for. XLTwin or ?. Holes formed in base for a pole and 2 beers? I believe it was never used. Is a little dusty from sitting in garage.

It has a metal clamp to fit a rail (Glide Track?) on the front and a seperate piece that

fits under the back fitted together with two knob to socket fitting. Can be picked up at

Squaw Lake/Max, MN or will arange shipping at your expense. Please email for pictures.

A great bargain as the first $26 takes it to the lake! email: 218-659-4542 218-259-1634


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