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    walnut slabs for sale

    number 9 is $600.00-- spoken for but not gone yet!
    number 3 is $450.00
    number 10 is $400.00
    the black spots are flies not holes, as shown on some of the pics

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    Last edited by larry merlau; 09-13-2016 at 11:24 PM.
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    Is that some of that batch you had a few years ago? That was some sweet chocolate.
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    yes, it from the same batch i havnt had time to do anything with it so its time to thin out the wood supply, its MC is around 10 to 12% its air dried and should clean up at around 2".. been cut for over 6 yrs. and been inside and dry all of that time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    yes, it from the same batch i havnt had time to do anything with it so its time to thin out the wood supply, its MC is around 10 to 12% its air dried and should clean up at around 2".. been cut for over 6 yrs. and been inside and dry all of that time.
    Very tempting, but not doable.

    Free delivery? Just asking

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    That's some purty stuff, Larry! Makes me wish I lived a lot closer to you!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Arnold View Post
    That's some purty stuff, Larry! Makes me wish I lived a lot closer to you!!!
    Don't let distance stop you, Bill. Mine traveled from Michigan to California to New Mexico (with a little help from my friends).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Don't let distance stop you, Bill. Mine traveled from Michigan to California to New Mexico (with a little help from my friends).
    With a short vacation in western Tennessee as well!

    Mine took a similar route but are still in Arizona, awaiting a house to put them in.

    Someday.

    That #9 is a real beauty.
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    At the Philly Phurniture Show, there were a LOT of tables made from slabs. I'm thinking of making a sofa table for my daughter from a maple slab, as long as noone buys her one from Ikea first.
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    Hmmmm, 200 miles! man, those are nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Don't let distance stop you, Bill. Mine traveled from Michigan to California to New Mexico (with a little help from my friends).
    You've got me (us) thinking!
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