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Tyler23

ice house frame??

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does anyone know where i can buy a ice house frame. like just the shell of a ice castle?? nothing on the inside any ideas??

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Performance Engineering in Glencoe, MN builds a nice shell at a pretty reasonable price.

If you want top end though, check out E&T Enterpises, makers of the Shack Rack fish house frame. Best on the market IMO. I am having them build me a 8'x14' "shell". This includes the frame, all steel studs, smooth alumiminum siding, and a rubber roof. It's gonna cost right aroung $5000, and I figure another $1500-$2000 to finish the inside myself.

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Berkon Industries in Holdingford, about 20 miles from St Cloud. They build very sturdy frames. Give Eric a call and let him know what you need.

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Fishhousesupply.com has nice frames at a good price, however you would need to frame everything yourself which in my opinion is a lot more fun. But do be prepaired to spend some money. around 5-6 thousand on the short side of things.

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Sapper ace dont want to highjack this thread could u send me an email. darbc23@yahoo.com got a few questions for you.

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Milaca unclaimed freight had one for sale a few weeks ago. If they don't, it probably wouldn't take more than a week to get one, thats how long they said it would take to custom order one.

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What ever you do don't have one built with aluminum studs! Every fastner will sweat and freeze that you put in to those aluminum studs!

Buddy of mine had a shack rack, great house but every screw he added in it to hang shelves, rattle reels, tables and everything else frosted up and the wood trim and paneling rotting out!

Fish House Supply and Performance Engineering would be where I would start looking.

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