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Mankato-Ice-Man

Auger Trade in?

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Anyone know the best place locally that might take an 8" Laser in mint shape w/ fresh tune up towards an electic one?

I just purchaced a 14' wheel house and think it would be best to use the electic in there so I dont have the fumes in there at all with a 5 year old and 3 month old that will hopefully be joining me.

I would just rather not mess w/ selling mine (paying for ads, dealing with phone calls and emails, etc) and then getting the new one.

Thanks,

Jeremy

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Check with our sponsor "Reel Fishing and Tackle". I called them today about used auager and they said they did not have any at this time, but had reconditioned augers. Give them a call, it can't hurt

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