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SOLD - FOR SALE Retractable Wheel House 6 1/2 X12-SOLD

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SOLD-FOR SALE Retractable Wheel House 6 1/2 X12 Used 2 seasons Heavy duty channel frame 2 removeable braking winches for raising and lowering house Easily remove winches when parked to deter theft Forced air furnace w,thermostat Will sit flat on ice and remain hooked to tow vehicle Pulls down highway like nothings there Pulled all over lake with ATV Interior finished and carpeted Floor insulated Will sleep 2 8 holes with catch covers and sleeves Light above 7 holes Wired for 110 and 12 volt Generator hookup 12 volt outlet at each hole Rattle wheel bracket at 7 holes Has storage cabinet and shelt the width of unit Could go on and on, but it is nice Looking for cash price of $4995. Would consider trade for skidsteer or newer power V snowplow for 2500HD Chev Thanks for your interest. For questions or pictures - send your email to: 128prairie@charter.net

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send pics please. tjsweep@hcinet.net

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send some pics to bball341@comcast.net THANKS!!!

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pics to heartattack22@hotmail.com too please. Thanks

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I believe pictures have been sent to all requests. Please let me know if they did not go through. Thanks.

Dave

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pics please norball22@yahoo.com. Thanks

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Pics please at jimbuboltz at yahoo dot com

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please send pics

zeke2@cableone.net

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Pictures have all been sent.

Dave

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Please send pics

nimrods911@yahoo.com

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Pictures sent. Thanks.

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Send pictures to wolfpackfishnguy@hotmail.com please

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I have sent everyone pictures. If someone has not received them, please let me know. Thank you.

Dave

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Reminder that I would be interested in a trade for a pickup v plow. skidsteer, or possibly something else. Just can't find time to use the house any longer. Thanks.

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Should have all the rquests for pictures taken care of. Let me know if you haven't received them yet. Thanks.

Dave

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I would take some if you still have it available.

rssheik29@yahoo.com

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send to tolson@heartlandhybrids.com

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Pictures have been sent. Thanks.

Dave

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If the house is still available, I would like some pictures as well. Please send them to joh02185@umn.edu

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please send pics to pstorvick@yahoo.com

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Pictures have been sent. Thank you for your interest.

Dave

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please send pics to skanky_03@hotmail.com

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