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Big-Al

Cabinets for deer shack or garage, fridge

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I have two wall and two base units from my kitchen that have been in the garage for a few years. They are dirty but should be in ok shape for a shack or garage. One base is a sink base and I have the top, but no sink.

I also have an old Kelvinator fridge that has been my crawler storage for years. As you might guess that is a might dirty also. The fridge will be heading to the dump soon (maybe even today) unless I get some interest.

Located in Cotton.

big_al at infionline dot net

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any idea what the length is?how many doors are in them?i may be interested in them for my garage

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E-mail sent on the cabinets/base units. I'll take them if they're not already spoken for.

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Mudslinger-

The one larger base unit (turns out it is not a sink base) is actually two units (15" and 21") each with one door and drawer. I have the formica top for this one. The other base is 18" and 4 drawer. (no top)

The two uppers are 36w x 18h (two door) and 21w x 30h (one door).

You are the first in line Mudslinger, if you decline stfcatfish is next in line.

Big Al

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i will take them if it is alright to come get them on sunday.you can e-mail me a phone number and i will call you for directions thanks......

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well got them home and i only had one little problem.when i got just north of porkys i checked my mirrors and i could see a truck pulling over to the shoulder of the road and i could see the bigger cabinet sitting in the middle of the road all by itself.seems the ratchet strap should have been wrapped a little lower.it must have worked loose and the cabinet slid out the back of the trailer.so i pulled over restrapped and went back to see the damage.when i got there the cabinet was sitting off on the shoulder and the only thing wrong was a little road rash on the back of it you can't even tell from the front.at least nobody ran in to it,that wouldn't have been good.i just figured i would share my little adventure with you thanks again....Bruce

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Sorry to hear about the problem. Good to know it only resulted in a little road rash. Probably the terrible rough township road that loosened things up.

Fridge is still available.

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do you still have the cabinets?

If so, I will take them.

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