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Freezer for sale $40

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Okanagan

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23 cubic foot Moffat chest freezer in Abbotsford, $40. Works great, don't want to move it. It got a new and larger than original compressor years ago and has been kept inside a garage. The paint is scarred. Contact me via personal message on this site.


 

Vic

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Good luck with this. Everyone is moving to upright freezers. Hydro used to have a program where you could call and they would pick up and pay you a nominal $. Not sure if they still do this. Last one I had I took to the dump and if I remember correctly there was no disposable fee.
 
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Interesting. The freezer is spoken for.

Re uprights, the outdoors people I know are trending away from uprights to chest. I made the move back to chest freezers many years ago after trying an upright. Our mileage does vary! :Oh Yeah!:

Tons more useable room in a chest freezer, no need for steel toed shoes when you open the door,:yeah, right: and I have often put a whole deer head with antlers or a set of antlers to freeze dry in the chest freezer. Came in too tired to skin one evening and popped a whole lynx in the chest freezer. If you are glass bedding a rifle and can't get the action out of the bedding, put the whole rifle and stock in a freezer overnight and it will come loose (unless you really goofed somewhere in the process).
 
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