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#1 posted 08-02-2018 08:16 PM



Is this a recent development? What changed? Perhaps it just needs some time to adapt to it s new environment? How much has it bowed?
Something that old and thick should have reached equilibrium a while ago, it may just need to go through the process again.
In my opinion, there is not much you can do to mechanically flatten the top without removing material . A large slab like that is stronger than anything I can come up with.

- LittleShaver

Totally Agree! Also a Picture would be a good idea.

-- Richard (Ontario, CANADA)


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