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SnapperStalker
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Location: Half Moon bay

Sat Feb 11, 2017 8:43 am

Hi good ppl ...well most of you any ways :D
I'm looking for a place to buy at least 8 decent trolleys. Its for a school in Otahuhu with a tight budget. The trolleys wont be used as often as we use them .

Brand, model and shop names will be good. Alternatively if anyone would like to donate their old trolleys that would be awesome too.
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Snap 4T
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Location: North Shore

Sat Feb 11, 2017 4:39 pm

haha.. my old rough school :x :lol: . what else do they need?
I might have few kayak stuff that I no longer use.
Should I send direct?

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B0ydie
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Kayak Make: stealth
Kayak Model: Profisha 460
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Sun Feb 12, 2017 6:01 pm

SnapperStalker wrote:Hi good ppl ...well most of you any ways :D
I'm looking for a place to buy at least 8 decent trolleys. Its for a school in Otahuhu with a tight budget. The trolleys wont be used as often as we use them .

Brand, model and shop names will be good. Alternatively if anyone would like to donate their old trolleys that would be awesome too.
Bluemako.co.nz and trade tested.Co.nz both sell through the supper style trolleys for around 60 bucks these would also eliminate the need for straps.
It's just a couple of options available.

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