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#1 posted 02-21-2017 04:27 AM

There is a stiffening channel & riser on each board that prevents shifting / sagging. The maple was kiln dried before it was assembled & finished. There is a good & bad side. All of the nails face the same way so the good side can be refinished many times. You shouldn’t have to worry about warpage since alleys are specifically designed not to. Alleys are nailed & not glued so they can be repaired.

My dad worked for AMF in the 60’s.


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