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Old 11-14-2012, 03:27 PM   #1
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I placed my second order today and this family owned hardwood supplier is great! Look at their website, click on Lumber, then click onFURNITURE SQUARES.
There is those great 1 3/4" squared by XXX length. (Today's the 48" length of Poplar for only $5.80 is wonderful) and she said it will ship out tomorrow from Toledo, Ohio.


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~~~ Domestic & Exotic Hardwood Lumber, Moldings, Thin Stock Lumber and More ~~~
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I took a look at the link and have a couple of questions. What is 4/4 and 16/4? Also I'm not really clear on the board feet measurement.
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I believe 4/4 would be 1" an 16/4 would be 4". As far as board ft im not real clear on that myself
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Thank you for posting this link!

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