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Anyone have a saw mill?

Thread in 'General Discussion' started by Comanche, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. Comanche

    Comanche The Hen that laid the Golden Legos

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    Gonna need some beefy rough sawn floor trusses soon.
    Prefer kiln dried or seasoned air dried planks.
    Pm me any questions or if you have info on an honest guy to deal with.
    So far I’ve dealt with two sawmill guys in the past and they both turned out to be dishonest dirt balls.
     
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    I have a mill, I’m in Marietta
     
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    i dont have mine anymore but gunrunners does still im sure. i have the bobcat and grapple if yall need me to down the trees for the mill tho !
     
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    My neighbor has a mill as well what kind of wood and what sizes are you looking for ? him and I could cut you what you need but dont have a kiln, I air dried my red oak and cherry slabs but its a slower process.
     
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