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Receiver hitch carrier platform

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Hey guys, I,know someone could use this, I never did. I have one of those carrier platforms that slid into your 2" receiver hitch. It's about 2 ft wide and 5 ft long. 5 or 6 years old and never been used. I got it from my brother when he moved and thought I would use it and never did.

I am in Stillwater. PM me

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Hey minnbowhunter, can't PM on this site, but I would love to pick that up from you. I live in St. Paul, and could pick it up tomorrow. You can send me an email at s_e_hendricks@comcast.net

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If the first one falls through, I'll take it. have a friend that lives in stillwater and could pick it up for me!!

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gone Sandman check your email

will keep you in mind ryan

e-mail fail to go thru

give me a call in the am 651-439-2270 cell 612-390-1766 it's your's

I give you directions when you call

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sounds good, thanks!!!

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Sounds good, I'll call you tomorrow.

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Picked it up today. Thanks again!!

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