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  • Biff
    started a topic Help Yo Homey

    Help Yo Homey

    I'm having a hard time finding affordable lumber. Normally I get it from "local" sawmills, off Craigslist. Having trouble finding dried wood, ready to work.
    Y'all need to start looking around, you folks within 2 hours or so from me.

    Looking for 4/4 walnut, maple, cherry and white oak.

    Kiln or air dried, but gotta be dry.

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  • RhinoGuy
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    https://tuscaloosa.craigslist.org/fo...594881586.html

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Originally posted by Biff View Post
    Thanks. I've seen all of those. I've talked to that 2nd guy. Pretty sure he lives in a one room shack and is a moonshiner. He's really too far. Close to 3 hours, depending on traffic.

    I've got a call into another guy in Crossville, TN. His ass won't call me back.

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    Moonshining and hardwood. The man has multiple lines of business. An entrepreneur.

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  • Biff
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    Originally posted by It Takes Eleven

    If you're willing to go a little up into TN, you can probably get some decent deals:

    https://knoxville.craigslist.org/mat...582480359.html Probably too small for you.

    https://chattanooga.craigslist.org/m...588039784.html This might be workable.

    https://cookeville.craigslist.org/ma...557925819.html Sparta's about 2.5 hrs from you.

    Thanks. I've seen all of those. I've talked to that 2nd guy. Pretty sure he lives in a one room shack and is a moonshiner. He's really too far. Close to 3 hours, depending on traffic.

    I've got a call into another guy in Crossville, TN. His ass won't call me back.

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  • It Takes Eleven
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    Originally posted by Biff View Post
    I'm having a hard time finding affordable lumber. Normally I get it from "local" sawmills, off Craigslist. Having trouble finding dried wood, ready to work.
    Y'all need to start looking around, you folks within 2 hours or so from me.

    Looking for 4/4 walnut, maple, cherry and white oak.

    Kiln or air dried, but gotta be dry.

    Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
    If you're willing to go a little up into TN, you can probably get some decent deals:

    https://knoxville.craigslist.org/mat...582480359.html Probably too small for you.

    https://chattanooga.craigslist.org/m...588039784.html This might be workable.

    https://cookeville.craigslist.org/ma...557925819.html Sparta's about 2.5 hrs from you.


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  • Hannibal Lecter MD
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    That doesn't say a damn thing about serving Rome, GA.

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  • Biff
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    You assholes are worthless

    Hope you all get the herpes

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  • Barney Stinson
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    The Barnwood Builders would probably give you a better price for your scrap lumber than Biff will.

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  • 2Stater
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    Originally posted by Stan View Post

    Downtown Bessemer near the railroad tracks? Do we really need a background check?
    is was supposed to be a takeoff on that stupid commercial.

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  • quack quack bang
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    Originally posted by Sid Youngleman View Post
    Sorry to hear that you're having problems getting wood.
    Old World problems.

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  • Pinche Cabron
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    Originally posted by Sid Youngleman View Post
    Sorry to hear that you're having problems getting wood.

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  • quack quack bang
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    Originally posted by RhinoGuy View Post
    There is a guy in downtown Bessemer near the railroad tracks that sells wood and old doors and shit to make furniture. I don't know what his prices are though.

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    http://www.roylumber.net/

    Got a piece of mahogany from him last year for a boat project. Nice folks, but I wouldn't consider him a cheap resource.

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  • Big Balls
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    Originally posted by RhinoGuy View Post
    There is a guy in downtown Bessemer near the railroad tracks that sells wood and old doors and shit to make furniture. I don't know what his prices are though.

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    Does he go by the name "Spider" and also own a tattoo shop? I'm being serious.

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