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Road King Outdoors -Sale ENDS 9/1/03


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the other thing if you take it with you, nobody can screw with it. does anybody leave their boat in the water? i am going to start taking mine at least to the shore by my house. i have one gas light and 3 12v lights. also have small strip lights along the cabints that put out very little light at night, works just fine.

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This Offer Ends 9/1/03

To sweeten the pot here a little and get one in your hands for hunting season and ice fishing,

We are slashing the intoductory price from $6000 down to $5495 for the one unit that is located at the Medford Location. The rest of the deal is the same.

This Offer Ends 9/1/03

I repeat, this offer is for the one unit only. 1st person to show them the money will be the lucky 1st person served.


Call Toll Free: 1-866-407-4568
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Sorry, but...
The unit above is no longer available.

Too bad you missed out. It was a steal.

I have to warn you to beware of some common ways to cut costs that cost you money.

Stay away from fiberglass insulation with house wrap around the sides of the house. The fiberglass will hold moisture and will accelerate wall deterioration as the moisture rises and cannot escape the house wrap.

Beware of those who say they have treated floors. They only last for 3-10 years in a wet fish house environment.

Make sure they are "Pressure Treated" floors. You will hear treated floors often and it sounds close but it makes a big difference. Pressure treated floors can last 20 plus years in a normal fish house environment.

Stay away from vinyl siding. We know it looks nice and it's cheap. Unlike your home a fish house flexes while moving and in cold temps the vinyl will eventually crack. It's cheap stuff and you just don't want it on your fish house.

You don't want to constantly stick money into repairs of your fish house. Your resale value on houses with the cheap feature pitfalls outlined above can really hit your wallet hard.

Here Are Trailer Features To Avoid
Avoid angle iron on your trailers, all steel tubing is much stronger and flexes less. Less flex means a longer lasting house. It also carries more weight and tracks smoother and easier down the road.

Say no to 2200 Lb GVWR rated trailers. Make sure you get at least a 3500 Lb GVWR Trailer Rating from those who sell you a fish house. Don't settle for all those other tricky ratings on axle capacity. You want a well built trailer for years of enjoyment. Besides 2200 lbs really doesn't cut it for the long haul or for ease of pulling on the ice/snow or tracking down the road nicely.

The 2200 lb GVWR rating just doesn't cut it, especially considering a base fish house and trailer alone will weigh close to the rated capacity. Why not get a better trailer rated at 3500 lbs GVWR with ALL steel tube frame for the same or less money.

Don't pay for options on your trailer when you can get it standard at about the same cost as the cheap trailers before the options are added. Really save your money and have the best quality at the same time. It's a "No Brainer".

Why take a chance on a cheap fish house and trailer when you can get a quality fish house and trailer at close to the same price or, more often than not, less money???

When you make the smart move and go with a Road King, at resale time, you can be whistling all the way to the bank.

If you want a drop down trailer or Fish House, the place to go for quality and price is Road King Outdoors.

Call Toll Free: 1-866-407-4568
Ask for Matt, tell him what you're looking for and he'll treat you right.
Get yourself into a Road King this season and go with quality for about the same price or less then the cheap units.

He loves to talk fish houses and will be ready to help you build your own, if you'd like, as well.

RoadKingOutdoors.com - Click here for more information.

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