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    Question half flat and half round

    ok this is hard to tell where it should go but tom told me that i should get rid of it ,, before it affect us like it did the truners we have seen in the past so i am gonna make a deal// here is the critter anyone intersted.. lets talk
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ID:	25925 as you can see its got some ugly grain

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ID:	25926 this shows ya what size it is

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ID:	25927 and this one shows the depth its around 8" deep and the holes that you can see are around 2" but those turners eat out the centers anyway so lets hear it folks anyone got use for the ugly rascal
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    Half flat and half round? Sounds like a tire I once had.
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    sounds more like a high school date I had once, well, maybe 2 or 3 times.

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    That sure is an ugly one. What do you suppose shipping would be to 91042?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    That sure is an ugly one. What do you suppose shipping would be to 56537?
    Fixed it for you Vaughn. Geez, you'd think you'd remember my zip code!
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    Don't mess with me, Stratton. I have...Admin Powers. [Said in a deep, echo-ey voice.] I can edit your posts, but you can't edit mine. You don't want your avatar pic to suddenly change.

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    You crack me up!! Good one Mr. Mc.
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    I thought that one might get a smile. I do believe it was one of your finer moments. Wish I coulda been there myself to see it.
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    well vaughn you were first, but i got your gift already.. and i kinda like the state of alaska and the rate will be cheaper to the 56 zip so know that you got the vote barry what ya offerun clarification here this is cherry and is dry, the tree departed 2years ago and this was from it.
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    If you want to save another dollar you can ship it to a 55434 zip. Nice score Barry.

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