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coombia21

what should i ask

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i am going to sell my team wild 2 man what should i ask for it it has been used like 5 times bought only a month ago

what should i ask for it

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i would knock $50 of of what you bought it for and go from there. It depends on if somebody wants it bad enough and how bad you are wanting to sell it will pretty much determine the final price.

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Most places are clearancing them out as of now. I would think $250.00 would be fair.

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They are around $300. new at several places right now.

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what are you selling it for if you just bought it?

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If you can afford it, I'd get both. The smaller one is nice for thin ice when you have to walk out.

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I personaly would not pay @250 for it since you can get them for $279 at MFF on sale. I would much rather pay the extra knowing that I have recipt to go along with it. Just my two cents! How do you like the shack?

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I would ask $200 if you really want to sell it. Im guessing they will be clearing out of stores for around $270 or so.

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