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6 X 12 Ice House for Sale

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6 X 12 Permanent Ice House with tan siding. Includes 2 person sleeper, 2 CB's, Oven/Stove, Heater, and interior lantern run off a 100# gas tank. Also, includes stereo system with detachable radio, TV hook up, connection for additional antenna's. There are also interior and exterior lights run off of battery power.

Trailer is equiped with LED lights and safety chains.

Asking $4500 OBO. Pictures are available upon request at bbolte77@hotmail.com

Have a great Holiday Season!!

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I am interested in some pics please. chadluebker@hotmail.com

Or feel free to call me at 320-221-2953. Thanks.

Chad

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Is this a wheel house type or load on to tailor?

I would guess wheelhouse but I don't know.

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Pics please tjsweepaaaaaaaaaaaaaattttttttttttttttthcinet.net

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Yes it is on wheels. Sorry I have been traveling for x-mas, I will get the pic's out shortly.

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Troy, I tried to send you pic's but it came back.

If there is a way to post pic's on this site let me know and I will do it that way.

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Maybe I priced it too high.

I have lowered it to 4,000 OBO.

I'm sitting on Lake Bemidji right now in the fish house as a matter of fact.

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Looks like a darn good house for the price bbolte, I'm definitely trying to work my way into one now, been doing a lot of shopping around. I have a Chevy trailblazer and am wondering if that would tow it alright. How does she tow down the road?

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I pull it with a 2000 Ford Explorer with a v6. I haven't pulled any other Ice House before so not much to compare to but I think it does OK. Only issue with a SUV is clearance if there is a lot of snow.

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Well I've tested it this year and it( my SUV ) does what my brothers Silverado, and a friends F-150 will do on the lake, so far!!

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