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wide slabber needed.
« on: July 30, 2016, 10:00:50 PM »
With Lindy done, and I see logboy is busy with his own, who in the area has a lucas? I have 2 red or white oak logs, 4 ft dia, 5 to 6 ft long, they are solid I need slabbed in buffalo mn. Skid loader on side will be arranged.  Cribbing will be setup It is easy accessed, and flat land. I'm currently tapped out buying one, with buy-in my Norwood hd 36 last fall.    I scoff , I needed to buy a bigger mill less than one month after I bought this.  7 jobs turned down this month for 4 footers

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