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how do you use weigh for stacking
« on: January 23, 2019, 06:30:19 PM »
Here's what I do most of the time to put weigh on my slabs. The lower stack is the Elm I just cut and the top stack is Pecan slabs I cut about 18 months ago. I know Danny and others have drying sheds which is lots better than what I'm doing but was more interested in how you put weigh on stacks.

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