$250/bf if it was 2x6 is $2.50/bf and for curly maple that's pretty
Out here in Silly Cone Valley, even if it was 1x6 it would only be $5/bf
which is still good. That stuff goes for between $10 and $20/bf out
if it's got any figure at all.
Remembe, that's the area where they're getting $1.7 million for a $200K house.
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On 18 Oct 2004 17:41:34 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (SteveC1280)
That comes out to $2.50 a bf, if I'm correct (and, somehow I rarely am
when figuring bf., equation or no) which is a darn good price for any
8/4 maple, and really sweet for figured wood. I imagine it's S4S,
too, if it's dimentional like that, so I'd say you got a great deal.
I'm just a customer here..... but check this out. NICE wood!
eBay Store - BELL FOREST PRODUCTS: Turning Stock, Birdseye Maple Lumber,
and Curly Tiger Maple Lumber
2"x6"x10'/12 board feet. In my town I can get 8/4 stock @ $6.40 and 4/4 @ $5.70 per
BF so, "OH YES" you did get a good damn deal. That's $2.50 a BF you paid. Our maple is
soft "hard rock" basic stuff here on the west coast.
So, in essence, to me at least, you suck.
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