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Thread: A Quarter of a Targa Ski Rack

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    A Quarter of a Targa Ski Rack

    The latest find in my quest to clean this place out. I don't think it has ever been used and I have no idea where the rest of it is. I do know that it is not here, though.
    $50.00 plus shipping. $100.00 plus actual shipping if it goes outside the CONUS.

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    Jim
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    Heck, the straps alone are worth that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2mny View Post
    Heck, the straps alone are worth that!
    Come to think of it, you may have the other half.

    Ciao

    Jim

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    lol - Jim I'll take that. PM me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by keith View Post
    lol - Jim I'll take that. PM me?
    Keith

    This is going to look great hanging on your wall for the next 40 years.

    Ciao

    Jim

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    Jim,

    1/4 of a ski rack would just about be a near complete snowboard rack.

    Mark

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    Too flimsy Mark.

    Good for hanging wet socks and underpants while on the road. Not much good beyond that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Too flimsy Mark.

    Good for hanging wet socks and underpants while on the road. Not much good beyond that.
    I think I draw enough attention while on the road at times Frank

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    Awesome.

    Plumber gets the last laugh.

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    No corn, Great mates land used to fatten up Beef but is alway happy for someone to go and clear out the odd feral dear and pig that eat for free,, for a while anyway.

    Speaking of which,,, back to the bacon thread,,, last nights feed

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