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Scoot

Eskimo Grand Caravan

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Who's got one and where can I get it? Anything near Fargo would be perfect, but I'll take what I can get.

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So I got dat goin’ for me… which is nice.

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scoot, ive got the 7x8 trophy, wanna borrow it? sounds like your desperate..?

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My buddy was looking for one at the begining of the season and he was going to buy it from Cabelas. I told him to check with L&M Fleet Supply in Cloquet and they had one shipped in from another store and he saved $150! I think he paid around $399 for it but I know he saved $150 over Cabelas. He couldn't believe it.

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mini,

I really appreciate the offer, but I'm not as desperate as I sound. I've got plenty of houses to use, but I'm just snooping.

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So I got dat goin’ for me… which is nice.

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I bought my Eskimo Quickflip III from L&M in Grand Rapids and also saved $150 over Cabelas. Check L&M Fleet Supply out for sure, I highly doubt you'll find a better deal!

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