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Above prices are for 100 quantities of kilndried rough lumber sold by the Bd. Ft. FOB Mayodan, NC. Call for quantity discounts. Other sizes and grades available.
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Above prices are 20 bd. ft. bundles of clear kllndrlec lumber 3"-10" wide 3-7 long (Random widths & lengths) Surfaced 2 sides or rough. Delivered UPS prepaid in the Continental U.S.
Custom Made Raised Panel Cabinet Doors
4/4 Log Run Walnut ,100 bd. ft. $160
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