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    Shipping crate?

    This may seem like a strange one. I am sure it would not be worth shipping but if anyone is near enough to central MD, I would prefer to see someone use this rather than me bust it apart for the fire pit! This is the crate I just received my snowblower and quick hitch in. It is very sturdy and has an OSB bottom. The dimensions are 40" X 72". It looks like it was originally longer and was cut back to the 6' length to suit the needs for this shipment. If I had forks, I would consider trying to find a way to use it.

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    Take one side off and use to store your fire pit wood. It will keep the wood off the ground and makes it easier to cover up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ljnelson109 View Post
    This may seem like a strange one. I am sure it would not be worth shipping but if anyone is near enough to central MD, I would prefer to see someone use this rather than me bust it apart for the fire pit! This is the crate I just received my snowblower and quick hitch in. It is very sturdy and has an OSB bottom. The dimensions are 40" X 72". It looks like it was originally longer and was cut back to the 6' length to suit the needs for this shipment. If I had forks, I would consider trying to find a way to use it.

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    Do you still have the crate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesCE View Post
    Do you still have the crate?
    I do. It is a bit more gray than it was in those pictures. Do you have a need for it?

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