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Dennis Steele

***SOLD***Otter Lodge Portable

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2yr old Otter Lodge in very good condition.

When open its 74" x98" with 77" height.

Tow bar, travel cover, hyfax runners, and custom seating/storage all included.

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Package is worth over $800 new.

http://www.otteroutdoors.com/icehouse.html

I'm asking $500 or best offer.

Please email me at fishheadds@yahoo.com and ask for Dennis

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Good on ya' for posting pics, Dennis cool.gif... man, am I tired of reading 6 pages of "Could you send me pics?" replies... only to find that it's been sold for a week mad.gif.

Almost makes me wish I didn't just buy a Yukon, though... eek.gif!!!

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Thought you got run over by a truck Dennis.. Never hear from you.................??????????????????????????????????????????

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Run over by a truck?? crazy.gif

Just busy with life.....

I edited the original post to reflect the new asking price.

I am motivated to sell this.

Tax time is just around the corner! mad.gif

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Wow 500 that is a steal of a price for everything this house has and all it's features.

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Looks like a nice modification as well. Hardly used - I believe you haven't used it this season.

This is a steal folks. Don't wait until someone else jumps on it.

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I would guess this house costs up to $800.00 new without the upgrades done to it. One cannot buy a house this nice.

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I really wish I had the room because this looks like a heck of a deal.

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Dennis- Is this still available?

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Yes, this is still available.

The shak is in Chaska, and I have had a lot of interest from folks up north. I just found out I will be just south of Leech Lake next weekend if anyone from that area is interested, we could meet up.

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Is the Otter still available Sun night 630Pm

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Yes it is still available. I have had some more interest but no one has shown up with money.

Email me at fishheadds@yahoo.com or call 612-708-2339

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Dennis

I'm located about 15 minutes from chaska and am interested. Is this still for sale? Are the seats mounted in and if they are how so? Would i be able to purchase the house without them?

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