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McGurk

***PIX ADDED*** Medium Sled Otter Cabin Bolt-in Modification

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Pix can be seen here; I can't beleive I forgot I already posted them months ago!

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This is a custom built Mod that specifically fits an Otter Medium Sled, which is the sled that goes with an Otter Cabin. It has 4 covers, plus enough room for a 20 lb tank, a Big Buddy heater, and a 5 gal bucket (of course!) It is carpeted, and probably weighs around 15 lbs. There are no seats (they got to the next mod!) but you could sit on the carpeted hatch covers as they are sturdy enough to stand on, or mount your own. It bolts in with a few holes drilled around the top lip. I can get some pix if interested, but you probably won't get anymore out of them that I explained. This can be installed in less than 15 minutes, even less if you don't want it bolted.

In exchange, I would like to get the materials to build my next version, which would be a sheet of 1/2" plywood, carpet to cover, and some hardware and other extras. Either a gift card or the materials themselves would be OK. Other trades will be considered.

Serious inquries can email me at bduits@ci.bloomington.mn.us

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Wow, I thought someone would snatch this up for less than $50 of materials, and save themselves the time and labor of designing and building a drop-in mod from scratch. It's worth a look if you have thought about making your own!

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Post some pics, I would like to see it first.

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Please, email me, and I'll reply w/ pix. I can't access a photo hosting site from work (rabid fun-police in IT) to post pix here.

bduits@ci.bloomington.mn.us

Thanks for your interest! McGurk

PerchKing: Email Sent.

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can i get pic's

Pix can be found here, and make sure to look through as page 4 has an installed pic:

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Trades will be considered, tools, ice fishing gear, etc...

Anyone interested can email me, and you are welcome to stop by if you would like to see it firsthand. I'll even drop it back into my sled if you want to see it in that way.

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