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Forum topic by BlueStingrayBoots posted 391 days ago 948 views 0 times favorited 10 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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BlueStingrayBoots

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391 days ago

All six pieces. They need some drying time or a kiln. Largest pieces are 8/4×18” x 7’ $1000
Packaging included. Send your own freight carrier. UniShippers, FreightQuote etc.

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Karson

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#1 posted 391 days ago

Nice looking Gerald.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware karson_morrison@bigfoot.com †

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mmh

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#2 posted 391 days ago

YUM! There’s some nice graining in these slabs!

-- "They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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BlueStingrayBoots

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#3 posted 384 days ago

I’ve flipped them everyday in this 100* + weather and now I will spray and stack in shed for air drying til someone needs them.

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richardwootton

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#4 posted 384 days ago

You’re in deep south Texas, right?

-- Richard, Hot Springs, Ar -- Galoot In Training

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BlueStingrayBoots

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#5 posted 384 days ago

Yes, border town.

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mporter

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#6 posted 384 days ago

Is this the same thing as Texas ebony??

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BlueStingrayBoots

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#7 posted 384 days ago

Its not the same as T. Ebony. Mesquite is a friendlier wood to work with, actually a cant get enough of working with this wood. Smells great, very stable wood, sands easy. This wood is a Godsend.

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Jerry

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#8 posted 384 days ago

very nice looking slabs.

-- Jerry Nettrour, San Antonio, www.topqualitycabinets.net

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BlueStingrayBoots

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#9 posted 384 days ago

Price is negotiable. Its only worth what someone is willing to pay or depending on my situation, what I’m willing to accept and I like to treat all wood crafters regardless of skill in the same respect.

Priced at roughly $12 bf. Size matters. :)

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greenacres2

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#10 posted 383 days ago

I’ve not worked with mesquite, but an additional benefit would be that once you’d finish a project the sawdust would be great in the smokebox of my grill!! We much prefer mesquite over hickory or apple—especially for beef and pork.

earl

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