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Scott Bryan

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#1 posted 10-25-2010 12:24 AM

Grubb, when I see posts like this I often suggest looking at for hardwood deals in the materials section. Deals do not appear every day but, with patience, some good buys can be found.

As far as board feet measurements go, one way is to take the length, width and thickness of the board in inches and multiply them all together. Then divide by 144. This gives the number of board feet.

With respect to your question you would need to determine a materials list before deciding how many board feet you are going to need for your rocking chair.

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