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Sears Side Bagger & Hickory Crown Molding

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I have a side bagger for a Sears lawnmower looking for a home...used but in good shape with no holes.

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Also have 4 pieces (each piece is about 7' in length) of nice, new hickory crown molding that was just too big for our kitchen cabinets. Its about 4" wide...free, but I wouldn't pass up a free will offering (minnow money).

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Live in Blaine, work in Maple Grove...

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Fishlips, I might be able to use that Crown Moulding and live pretty close, in Blaine as well. Shoot me an email, tom.dobbins at amec.com. Pretty sure we could work out some kind of deal.

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Is that crown molding gone, I can pick it up if its still available

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Polar..

Still interested in the crown molding? Let me know so I can get back to fishhawk. I'll email you at your email addie...

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I don't think I will be able to get up there. Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. If Hawk wants it, go for it.

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No problem, polar...hope your ice fishing season is a good one.

Hawk - this crown molding is intended to be the top molding on hickory cabinets. Its not standard crown molding. Awesome looking stuff...but too big for our needs. If interested, let me know and we can try to work something out. I work in Maple Grove and make it thru St. Cloud occasionally (in a couple weeks maybe)

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do you still have the crown, I was out of town for a week and just got back into town, let me know i would be able to work something out.

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