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    I have been looking for some good places other than e-bay to buy old fire equipment. Does anyone have any good locations, website etc. I have a man cave in our house and have been trying to find some old equipment to fill it with. I have been looking for an old wood pike pole forever. Any links or ideas would be great, plus I'm sure other people would be interested as well.
    Plus Auctions would be good to know about as well. Thanks Men!
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    http://www.firepics.net


    http://www.rekindlesociety.com/ You can join this group and guys will assist you.



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    Send me a pm.....have an old SQUARE wood pike pole (3-4' long) that may be looking for a new home.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasobuff View Post
    Send me a pm.....have an old SQUARE wood pike pole (3-4' long) that may be looking for a new home.....
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    I have a bridge that a 'steamer' once crossed...

    It's out in Arizona at the moment.

    The shipping won't be much, but the diassembly might be a tough chore.

    Good luck on your man cave mission.
    HAVE PLAN.............WILL TRAVEL

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaladinKnight View Post
    I have a bridge that a 'steamer' once crossed...

    It's out in Arizona at the moment.

    The shipping won't be much, but the diassembly might be a tough chore.

    Good luck on your man cave mission.
    A steamer probably crossed under it, too!
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