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Author Topic: 3000 BF 5/4 yellow and/or White pine #2 or better AD or KD  (Read 14848 times)

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Re: 3000 BF 5/4 yellow pine #2 or better
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2013, 01:57:04 PM »
Just curious, but what moisture content?
Stamped with a grade, or grade it yourself when received?
Limits on knot size and wane by No. 2 Board grade?
 "Rough" meaning sawn w/ circle or band?
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Re: 3000 BF 5/4 yellow pine #2 or better
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2013, 04:55:36 PM »



Moisture: Like to be about 20% (OR LESS) so I don't have to throw a lot of it away from turning into candy canes
Grade Stamp: none necessary, don't care, I'm not a grader LOL   ;D :D
Limits on knot size and wane: Tight knots are fine, don't care if they're 2",  prefer no knots on edges
Circle or Band: Don't care, getting skip planed anyway

It's end use is subfloor but, will be tongue and grooved  so fairly good edges after I straight line it would be great

Too picky?

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