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=====EXTRA-LARGE OTTER SLED=====

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I have an XL-Otter Sled (94"L X 42"W X 14H) With heavy duty spring loaded hitch for sale. This sled is approxamately 8 years old and has only been used on a couple trips to Lake of the Woods. It is in great shape. I have photos I could email upon request. This sled would be great for hauling fishing supplies and suitcase style portables or as a heavy duty utility sled for hauling firewood ect...New cost nearly $400.00 asking $200.

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Priced ruduced to $175.00 or B.O. shocked.gif

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$150 or best offer. I need the garage space.

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Could I have pics, please? Thanks!

Dustin

thumpwagonp at hotmail

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Is this still for sale. I am interested. Please send pics to newfolden at hotmail.com

Thank you.

Bret

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Photos have been sent.

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I will buy it for 140 if you still have it ,,I can pick it up any night during the week after 3pm or if you could meet me that would be great

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If you still have it please send pics to LCC0709@yahoo.com

Thanks,

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