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Joined: 10/17/2005
Posts: 76
 posted 09/27/2013 01:58 PM  

Hey all...

I am wondering if anyone know of anyplace in the Rhode Island area to get one of the large plastic insulated ice box's...they ones that are like 4'x4'x3' Used would be even better!! Figured I would post the question here because a lot of us use them on canyon trips.



Joined: 02/19/2008
Posts: 320
Location: RI
 posted 09/27/2013 02:13 PM  

industrial marine in wakefield usually has them in stock

Joined: 02/21/2004
Posts: 627
 posted 09/28/2013 11:05 AM  

Both xactics and bonar have distributors in the area where you can either pick them up or they will ship to your door.

I got an xactics from a place in new bedford. It was something like $100 to have it shipped there. Can't remember the name but if you call the company they will tell you.

I like the xactics model better than the bonar in the smaller sizes. They both have about the same footprint, but the xactics is taller making it a better height to stand at and work on. Plus, the xactics holds more (800 pounds vs 500).


Joined: 08/14/2003
Posts: 1049
Location: East Rockaway, NY
 posted 09/29/2013 07:52 PM  

I have a Bonar PB11HLC that I'll part with for $200.

For my buddy's boat we took the wheels off and bolted it to the deck. It holds ice for days.


My biggest fear is that when i die my wife will sell my fishing gear for what I said i paid for it.

Joined: 08/28/2003
Posts: 10
 posted 09/30/2013 01:21 PM  

Check out ICY Tek
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