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Snowmobile - 1998 Ski-Doo 500 MXZ - *Sold*

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I just started looking and may have an interest. I don't think I can be pulling the portible house out any more so I am looking for a very basic sled and trailor with sole purpose of pulling my gear out.

I will keep in touch but like I stated I am just starting the search process prior to the hard water season.

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No problem, as always is the case, price is negotiable. Happy hunting. smile.gif

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NEW PRICE!

$1950 - That's a great price for this combo!

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I like the sled... But have know use actually room for another trailer.. If you are willing to sell the sled alone I would be intrested... What is that trailer rated for? I just wonder if I could get rid of that alone.

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Yes. I think I'd consider that.

If intrested write me at: mikeatwangs@yahoo.com

I'll give you my #

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How much for the trailer? I might be interested. Joe

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Joe, I'd have to sell the sled first.

But, you do have mail.

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I was just going off the other post from the person who said they would be interested only in the snowmobile. If that person ends up buying the sled, I would be interested in the trailer. Joe

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Yup, sounds good Joe. I've had a couple intrested people contact me in the last day for the snowmobile..... keep checking back (I also have your e-mail, so I'll also inform you) smile.gif

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Do you have any pictures you could send out? Please send to mparent@yahoo.com

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I've gotten a few e-mails asking for add'n photos, so I took a few (low quality format for posting) photos. If anyone would like the higher quality pictures of the ones shown on the first post, let me know and I'll e-mail them to individuals.

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Is this still available? Joe

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Yup everything still is. No snow means nobody has the itch for a snowmobile. Season is still early.

I'll be using it to pull my ice gear out...hopefully very shortly! smile.gif

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i am interested in this please email me with a phone number

shortfatguy@mchsi.com

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shortfatguy-

You Have Mail!

You are a long ways away. The sled is near Northfield, just so you are aware! smile.gif

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