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#1 posted 10-07-2012 11:57 PM

loneduck…depends on what your customers want…black walnut has the strength but not usually the highly figurement (I’d add cherry to that list as well). If people want “wild”, then oak is the best choice on the cheaper domestics. If more subdued, then tell them that.

and since I am in Wisconsin, where do you find black walnut at the same price as red oak? I’m ready to start the truck!

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