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Looking at pricing a shell on wheels.

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I'm looking to price a 6 1/2' x 10' or 12' V front shell and finish the inside myself. What manufacturers do this? Any recomendations? Which one has the most bang for the buck?

I know there also must be some guys out there that don't advertise on this site, and maybe don't even have a web site or advertise alot. Anyone know of any that do quality work at a reasonable price? Any thoughts or ideas appreciated.

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If you can't find a shell, I saw a base frame (wheels and lift system) in the Northern Tool Sunday ad for around $1,100.

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fishingguy, i work at pro fish enterprises. They sell shell houses as well as sell all the stuff for you to finish it, I think they have the best frame out there.

Good luck and keep all of us updated on your build and post some pics for all of us to peak at.

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Try Jay Soderbloom. Nice light shells that are spray foamed. WARM. www.soderbloom.com

Jay also has all kinds of other goodies. I used my snakors and Fishbright a lot this year. The snakors are awesome with us not having any snow on the lakes.

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Thanks for the responses. I have checked with a few of the ones mentioned. Any other guys out there I should look at?

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