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I have been fishing the past few years from a portable, but wouold like to have a permanent shak. I would like one with the tires that pivot up and the house then sits down on the ice. if you have any pics or plans please reply.
thanks
steve-o

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SXViper

A friend of mine has a 7x12 and a 7 1/2x16 for sale. Both of them are on steel frames with the crank down wheels. He is asking $3500 & $4500 for them. Write back if interested.

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Paul Rohweller

I see over in the ice fishing forums that fishingminnesota is handling the running gear, buy the gear and buiold your own! Thats 1/2 the fun of a permanent house anyways, getthings the way you like. Anyhoo there are a few big honkin threads over there about perm shelters, someones bound to have posted some prints or other good links... Paul

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Brett Meyer

Iv'e got a 8X16 sleeper with lots of "stuff" in it. How much are you looking to spend.

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Brett, a sleeper sounds great but it would just give my wife a good reason to kick me out of the house if she knew i had somewhere else i could go. thanks for the offer though.
steve-o

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Brett Meyer

Oh well Stever, I think I like my house too much to sell it anyways. I always get compliments on it, It is nice having a big house though, good luck on the search/build of your potential new house.

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