Nobody will stock that. Red oak isn't the most stable wood and large
thin pieces will distort rendering them unsaleable. Does it have to
be solid wood? You could glue veneer to a layer or two of doorskin
and be in the right ballpark thickness.
Why don't you back up a bit and tell us what you're trying to do.
You'll get better advice if you're not tying our hands by asking a
very specific availability question. Of course that runs the risk of
having to modify your plan if a better solution is offered. Take the
You may be able to find thicker boards that wide and
have them resawn by someone with a really big bandsaw
but a two ft wide piece of red oak that is only 1/8" thick is
likely to split just in routine handling.
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