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"SOLD" Modine Shop/Garage Heater - Price reduced

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Modine Heater

Set up for use with Natural Gas

105,000 BTU

This unit is in great condition. I was going to install it in my garage, but I have had a change of plans and may not get around to it for awhile.

$375/best offer

Can send photos if requested.

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interested

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send pictures please.. sportsman1977@hotmail.com.. can thsi be switched over to propane by changing orfices?

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No, this is used, I am not sure of the age but it is in great condition, very clean.

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ethan77, you have mail. Thanks for looking, let me know what you think.

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please send photo

box_car at comcast dot net

thanks

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Box Car, you have mail.

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TTT

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Bump...A brand new Modine half this size is almost $600

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Do you know how much it would cost to convert to propane?

Pics please.

ScottND at arvig dot net

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I cannot say for sure...but at one time I thought that someone had told me $60.

Pics are on the way to you.

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one more time.

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anyone interested?

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I am interested. Please give me a call at 952-807-3235 or send me a message to randalltmiller@msn.com with a number for me to call.

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Randall,

You have mail.

Thanks

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Send me picks and the specifics. Does this need to be vented out?

Does this hang from the ceiling?

minnesotamuskie@isp.com

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pics have been sent to randallt and minnesota muskie.

Thanks for your interest.

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Still have the heater, anyone interested?

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Send me some pics, if it is what I think I might be very interested.

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Val,

Pics sent.

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krats, can you send me a picture also...

joncinmn at hot mail (Contact US Regarding This Word)

Thanks.

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HaywardBound,

Pics sent.

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Kidwalleye, pics sent.

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