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Bath vanities and hose reels and other stuff

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cleaning the garage.

3 garden hose reels...1 of the "open" kind, 1 small enclosed (gone)and 1 large enclosed (gone) .

30" vanity for garage cabinet...70's vintage dark stained and fairly ornate. Have the cultured marble sink top for this one if for some reason you wanted it.

54" vanity also for garage cabinet. A little lighter but still pretty dark. No top

1 size large cabelas neoprene dog vest. Brown camo (gone)

2 snowmobile tie down cranks....just the cranks, no bar

1 large RAM mount. Has the large ball 1" or so. I have a suction cup base, the mounting rod and there is a mount for an OLD lowrance or eagle gps on it. (gone)

All in New Hope....169 and Bass Lake Road.

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I'd like the large enclosed hose reel and the dog vest. Email your contact info to hinsch (at) frontiernet (dot) net

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I'll take the RAM mount and the small, enclosed hose reel. I live in Crystal, so I can swing by most any afternoon or evening. Drop me a line.

ryan (dot) bielat (at) gmail (dot) com

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Put me in line for the hose reels if they don't take them please.

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Sandman,

The open hose reel is still here and yours if you want it.

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I would pay for the snowmobile cranks to be shipped to me. Just so happens the trailer I borrow needs them. I have been using a bolt and its a pain.

Please e-mail me at walleyes4me32@aol.com if they are still available. Thanks.

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