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Thread: Walnut - lathe stock - green

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    Smile Walnut - lathe stock - green

    i will have some fresh walnut, crotches and regular stuff, its gonna be cut to order so if anyone is interested they need to pm me,, the cost will depend if your here to pick up or have someone picking them up for you.. pricing is $10 for regular stuff and $15 for crotches. size may change pricing.. right now its to high to measure once it is down then i can tell you what the sizes are..
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    Man, I wish I could. [looks down and kicks the dirt] It'd go to waste on me before I'd have a chance to turn it.
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    Larry, not spending anything right now. But am interested in some smaller pieces. Think you might be interested in some veneering?
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    hey vaughn, you have turned dry wood before
    If in Doubt, Build it Stout!
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