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Suburban with Matt Trax for sale.

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Wiskers

For anyone out there interested in a 1988 Suburban with Matt Trax on it for ice fishing or LOW.. here it is..

I am working on getting pics very soon. This is a real unit and now you can have your own bommer for getting anywhere you need to go. Also with a set of 35" tires to go. Asking $13,000.

Can also be seen at Valley Fun Source in East Grand Forks.

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SPUD BAR

Hey Rusty!....I think maybe the county should buy that, put a light bar on it and give it to Dep. Rick in Walnut!!! No more snowstorms will keep him away from his appointed rounds! grin.gif

Later, Jim

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Wiskers

No kidding it is a hoot to cruse in... you can go almost any where..

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Tully

That is one cool unit. It is about 3 blocks from my house, so I drive by every day and think hmmmmm.

Tully

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Wiskers

Tully, what a monster rig hu.. can you see some one heading out across LOW with that? Man if I could only have one more toy and some where to keep it..... sigh sigh...

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Ole1855

Wiskers,

When you get picks could you email them to me? Thanks.

Ole

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Valv

I've got to see this, please send me some pics.

I cannot afford it, so I don't want you to think I am in the market, but if you have a spare minute, and it's not much of a hassle, please send me some too.

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Wiskers

I should be getting pics this week.. I just have to get over to East Grand Forks. I was on LOW over the weekend.. Wishing I would have taken it with.. lots of snow out there.. would have been fun..

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Wiskers

I got some pics now.. Wow is this an ice fishing rig or what..Better than a bommer, thats for sure.

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Bass_Bully

Thats the cat's meow shocked.gif

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Ole1855

All I can say is, SWEEEEEET!!!

Ole

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iffwalleyes

Those are sweet units. Would love to have one. That is actually a heck of a price. Aren't those mat trax like about $15,000 for just the set? With this deal you get a suburban and all of it is less than the track units by themselves.

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Wiskers

Ya that would be pretty much the deal.. I think the trax are around $10,000.. Not too bad.. The Sub is a bit rough but I can see any one wanting to have a nice and plush truck for ice fishing and mudding??? I would think that one of the resorts up on LOW would be interested in this unit. I would not think making floats for it would be all that hard. Maybe I should get some action pics on here, that might just be enough to move it..

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ScottL

Hey Wiskers,

Schuster's Resort on the Rainy River North of Baudette has been using one for about 3 or 4 years. It is really sweet.

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Wiskers

I can see why. We are thinking of taking them off the sub and putting them on a better unit....

The Trax are for sale seperate. $8,000.00..They sell for over $10,000.00 new.

They will fit any 6 hole chevy and your off to no where land.

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Windy

Hi Wiskers, You have mail!

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Wiskers

bump

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BandB

this is the *&@# I wish I had a use for it.

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Wiskers

No takers yet.. ???

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