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fish__slayer

!!!!! SOLD !!!!! Ice house crank up wheels 7 x 16 !!!!! SOLD !!!!!!

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Selling a 7 by 16 crank up wheel ice house. The wheels crank up inside the house into a bench that was built around them. There is currently 4 holes inside but 2 more could be added with no problems. The floor was made from 3/4 greentreat plywood base with 2.5 isocyanurate insulation that has a R 20 with 2 layers of 120 mil poly on top of that and then a 1/2 plywood on top of that.The walls were built with 3 5/8 metal studs 16" on center with the same 2.5 R 20 isocyanurate. The inside walls were covered with paneling and the seams were covered with 1x4's. The ceiling has white metal on the same metal that people put in htere garages with r 22 fiberglass for insulation. Has 2 24" by 24" slider windows 2 bunks built indoor/outdoor carpet and a standered steel garage service door for the entrance. All we ever used to heat it was a sunflower heater and the heat from our lantern, It was warm at -30 below wind chills on red last year. The house is in wyoming mn just north of forest lake. Call me for more info 651-470-9974, Just going to go take some pics of it now so I can email to people if interested. Asking $2000.00 or b.o My loss is your gain. Jeff jeria@frontiernet.net

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Pics please. VERY interested

christopher dot ehritt at getronics dot com

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Tully

I too am very interested. pics please.

ttollefs at telproinc dot com

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Kylersk

please send pics to kylersk at yahoo dot com

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fish__slayer

I will not be going fishing tonite or tomorrow so if anyone wants to see it on saturday gimme a call and we can set up a time. 651-470-9974 or if you have any questions

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Crestliner-fever

hey slayer get me some pic's tonight friday maybe we can set up a time, also get me the weight, i'm interested

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fish__slayer

hey Crestliner-fever need a email address to send pics too

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fishing4fun

fish slayer,

When was this house built? How old is it? I might be interested in it. Thanks for sendin the pics last week.

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