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Frabill speed shack XL

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Frabill speed shack XL Excellent condition!!

Retails $520 asking $300

Set up 6' x 6' x 7'H Sets up in seconds.

Folded 6' x 32" X 9"H 98 pounds

4 holes

Downsizing had to by a jeep instead of truck

Contact chris at 651- 283 - 6939

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Hey Chris - I'm interested... How old is the house? Is it the old "canvas" fabric or the new "plastic" stuff?

Send me an email if you would when you get time

matts@hharchery.com

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Reducing my price to $280 it is in brand new condition only used a dozen times.

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Crappie Getter...

Have you found a replacement house yet? I also have a Jeep and can feel yoru pain about not getting a 6' house in the back! I have 4-5 year old Clam 5600 with a custom built sled system that works awesome that I might be looking to unload...

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Chris,

Has this sold yet? If not, could you send me some pics to tdp2001@smig.net

Thanks

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SOLD IT LAST NIGHT

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