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Moron

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#1 posted 449 days ago

the wider the timber, the more apt/prone it is to cracking/splitting

its normal in many species of wood and for those who think its possible to avoid cracks in 4/4 that are as wide as yours………think again ?

you dont state the purpose of what it will become ?

cut the “crack” out, or cut the “crack” off ……..look for hairline fractures

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