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HARPOON-OR-BUST

SOLD 2001 PDT Drive on/off Snowmobile Trailer *PIC

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This is a 2001 aluminum Porta-Dock Drive on, Drive off snowmobile Trailer.

10 ft bed

Torsion axels

Lifetime License

2 Tie-downs

Jack

Ramp

It has very low miles on it, I have owned it since 2002 and I think I pulled it to Duluth twice. If you have any questions let me know. $800.00 b/o

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Two questions....

Where's it located??

And do the sleds come with it?? grin.gif

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Where are you located, and do you think the trailer would like to make another trip to Duluth?

Erik

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It is located in Brownton right now, close to Hutchinson. Yea, if you want you can have the sleds too wink.gif No actually the sleds are already gone.

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I am sure it wouldn't mind another trip to Duluth. I have a few friends up there so we could maybe work something out........... $$$$$$ grin.gif

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Give me a call, maybe we can work something out.

Erik

218-393-4279

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What size is hitch?

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2"

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I'm interested, please call me at 320-260-9905.

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Thats a great price/deal. I purchased a used one a few weeks ago otherwise you would have mail. Good luck.

WG

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Thanks WG, I tried to put a fair price on it just to move it so I can get another toy grin.gif

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Is it still for sale?

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Yep, A few people are interested but no one has claimed it yet.

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Harpoon, I might be interested. Do you have a phone # or e-mail to contact?

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You can give me a call @ 320-583-6750

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please call me rob 763 242-2763 i can pick up today if you still have it

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SOLD

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Thank you. I used the trailer on Sunday and it worked great. The trip to Lake of the Woods next weekend is definitely looking good.

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