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#1 posted 08-11-2011 07:54 PM

Wow…Thanks Scott.
That is great information. I went and checked out the lumber again this morning and it “seems” to be pretty darn dry. The lumber has been sitting in a rental storage unit that is basically sealed up for the last ~15 months and has gone through two summers.
I have some white and red oak all was sawn to 1 inch thickness and the same for the poplar.

It hasn’t been touch, so I will be curious to see if there is any critters or other surprises lurking when I start to move it.

Thanks everyone for all the advice and info.

-Rob


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