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Conda-Minium large trailer mounted canvas shelter. Sale/Trade

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Brand new never used Conda-Minium portable canvas shelter.

I believe this unit mounts over a snowmobile or other flatbed trailer and folds out opened, like a huge Otter Sled.

There is a user here, GConda, if he's still around he might give you more details.

This unit has never been used, box was damaged and never sold.

It did retail at $ 1200 when new, you give me a good offer and it's yours.

I have only 1 picture of instruction manual, I didn't open and install the whole unit.

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What size trailer is it designed for? Looks like an interesting set up. Also, what size does it fold out to be (Meaning how much fishable space do you have)?

Thanks

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I never used it or opened it but installations are for 8ft and 10ft wide trailer (and I assume 10ft long) so the unit will be 10ftx10ft opened on ice, that makes a huge shelter.

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I have seen one of these set up and have fished out of it. You could easily fish 6-8 people smile.gif

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Ok, Ill help out. It fits any trailer that is 10ft or longer. Also the trailer should be at least 6ft. wide. The shelter covers 6ft by 10ft. of trailer deck. It gives you 10ft. by 8.5 ft. of fishing area. When set up that equates to 14.5 by 10ft. It also allows you to stand anywhere in the house - including the deck of the trailer! Sets up in about 5 minutes with 2 people. The material is cordura and I guarantee you wont be able to rip it. 600 denier. The key thing about this unit is you can still use the trailer deck for your wheelers or snomobiles when traveling. If you have other questions, you can e-mail me at gconda@yahoo.com, but I wont be back until monday. Gary

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Valv;

How much $$ do you need to sell this?

Thanks Dino

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GConda, thank you for stepping in and help me out.

I don't have a set price, make me an offer I cannot refuse, check other similar setups and judge from there, as I said this unit has never been opened or installed.

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I will trade you a 12 guage over/under Pioneer by Felix Sarasketa for it.

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That would be a good trade but I need a little more that that.

Can you send me a picture ?

val(@)kevesurplus(.)com

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I will try

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Ok, I can trade unit for an AR-15.

Anybody has one that's collecting dust ?

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Pics sent

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Could I get pics, please.


You are looking at it on first page, I don't have any other.

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Valv-

no AR 15

But can posible get a ak-45

would have to check and see if its still available

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No Thanks, I like the ARs for varmint hunting.

TRIPSTOWIN, I didn't get any picture, be sure to remove the ( ) from address.

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Anybody interested, I will list it somewhere else then.....hurry up !!!!

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Ok I will add a price $ 600 and it's yours, which means it's less than 1/2 price of store and many places have it at $ 1499 !!!

ALso if you have a nice .270 caliber complete rifle I will consider it as a trade.

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I'll take it for $600.00. By the way, I'm the one who spoke with you on the phone this morning. I'll call you tomorrow to make arrangements to pick it up.

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Peter I am keeping it for you, let me know the details.

Thanks

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Anybody interested ?

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Valv,

How many do you have?

Was the unit damaged at all? You mentioned the box was damaged. What about the poles?

What kind of tools are needed to attach it to the trialer. I might need something to sleep in this weekend deer hunting.

Mike

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I have only 1 and there is no damage to unit. I am 99% sure all parts are there. I don't know how to install it, you might want to check other sites.

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BTT, Ice is coming......

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