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Bill Davis

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#1 posted 01-27-2011 10:57 AM

You state “It’s really, really dry.” How dry is that. Do you know the moisture content? What has been the average relative humidity in its location over the last 10 years. As has been said by others some woods are more suseptible to splintering, flaking, chiping and/or brittleness.

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