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bonesbr549

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#1 posted 03-24-2017 11:03 PM

No problem, just use the parts you can and just keep them back. I’ve had boards like that and and a lot of times get those at a discount.

I just simply put them in the lean pile. Thats my area of the wall where they just lean against the wall. :)

Every time I need a little piece or a rail or stile and that happens a lot on wide boards, those outside pieces are QS, and they come in handy. Also great for secondary wood where you need that little piece but don’t want to cut a new board to get it.

All kinds of ways to deal with that. I do ocasionally have to thin that stack though, tends to get out of hand.

Cheers!

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