Poking around IRS site after looking at Bill's Model 60 and saw the
following. If reasonably close to E TN and looking for slabs
Kicker on these auctions for individuals is the insurance rider they
demand for loading and that as I understand it, you've got to arrange
On Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 9:42:13 AM UTC-5, dpb wrote:
Of the five or so sales I've participated in, for items that can be carried
or carted out, that insurance mandate is waived. The ins. is for those h
uge items, where some kind of heavy equipment is required for disassembly a
In all the sales I've participated in, the local guys were very helpful in
accommodating the loading, using carts, fork lifts, etc. ..... with the *e
xception of the last sale, where/when I bought the antique work tables. I
n getting directions for where my items were, the guy was tending to some h
ard maple cutting/work. I asked if he could also load some of that stock
onto my truck. Alas, no go.
On 6/17/2018 12:56 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Saw at least one bundle of 450 bd-ft; I saw, and if you can manage a
slab that might be 150-175 lb or take along enough hands...
I've not been to one of these; some places I have been if it's on a
pallet/banded they'd not be happy for you to cut the banding and try to
load on a board-by-board basis taking up space/time doing so. If'fen
these guys let you do that, then would make a difference.
Sorry to see that it is Full Cycle Woodworks that is going under the
hammer. They were a great supplier for a long time under the original
family ownership but some legal problems set a chain of unfortunate events
in motion and I guess it finally came to this. They'll be missed. Guess I
need to get at it and remove them from the list of recommended wood
suppliers I have on my website...
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