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#1 posted 01-14-2016 05:35 PM

A lot of it also depends on the spalting itself. Last time I picked up a couple hundred feet of soft maple from my guy, he had 40-50 board feet of spalted ambrosia maple he threw in for free, because they were 5’ boards, 8-10” wide, but the spalting was primarily only on half of each board and there were a few knots. I’m currently using it for a project where I only needed 32”x6” pieces, so it works. But, you’ll need to consider the size of the pieces you need versus what the person has.

If you don’t mind me asking, what Is “a bit high”, and what size/quantity are these boards? rough, S2S, S3S, etc?

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