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Corey8761

7 X 14 Aluminum Fish House and Honda 2000 Generator-SOLD *DELETED*

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how much for just the generator?

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I was going to ask the same thing!!

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At this time I am not interested in just selling the generator

Corey

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sell just the Generator if so how much

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I am looking for a generator also! If you need the cash somebody will buy it if the price is right! grin.gif

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What is the inside height?

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I cannot remember the inside height exactly, but I think it is about 7 ft. If you need an exact measurement, I can get it.

Thanks, Corey

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There is a photos link at the bottom of the ad, but if that does not work try this web address http://photos.yahoo.com/msimo17

If for some reason you cannot still seem them just let me know.

Thanks, Corey

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Could you please give me width of door, need to fit wheelchair in.

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Sorry, I didn't reply very fast, I was out of town deer hunting. I am not sure of the width of the door, but the fish house is sold anyway.

Thanks, Corey

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