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    Default Large Pieces of She Oak

    I am finding myself in need to down size as I am planing to move interstate. Therefore I have 10 large pieces of she oak . They were split into sleeper/beams about six months ago. I sealed the end with two coats of PVA and they have been under a deck and covered with a tarp. They range in length between 1.5 to 1.7 meters and a few pieces are 0.6 to 0.8 meters. Because they were split their width vary from 100 to 250mm.


    There is a decent amount of turning stock I estimate a three dozen bowls easy or you could resaw into boards for future furniture projects.


    I have no idea about a price so I am open to reasonable offers.


    Pick up from Belgrave. Keep an eye out for other items up for sale.


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    I'm interested in grabbing these. Will msg.

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    Also interested, depending on price. ��

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    What do you think it's worth? Make me an offer.

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    Yeah I'm stuck on what to offer. Ideally I'd like to grab 3-4 longer splits and not need to get a trailer.
    Interested in seeing what members more experienced with recovery from smaller logs would suggest.

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    It's close to a cube of timber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thumbsucker View Post
    It's close to a cube of timber.
    Pity you are so far away. as I would be interested. There is quite a difference between a cube of logs and a cube of "timber."
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    I'll offer $300 for the rear stack of 5 logs + the longer short out front.

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