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Furniture Snow Wood Mammal Automotive tire


These are posted up on my local classifieds for free. The guy lists them as coming in two sizes 84"x48" and 72"x46". I can't help but think about how much free wood that is… but I also can't really come up with what I would do with them (aside from flipping them on their sides and calling it a giant picnic table). There are so many nails that it seems it would be almost impossible to pull them apart for usable boards.

I'm open to suggestions…
 

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Back in the late 70s I made a copper top card table covered in pennies nickels and dimes out of one. If you have the room for the spools suck them up, I believe the wood is very rot resistant, the one I took must have been 10 yrs or older and always outside.
 

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Rick M that sounds like crap pine to me, and plastic? Maybe they don't build them like they used to or they build them cheap down south. Up here the big ones get reused many times and have to put up with lousy winters. The ones I've seen weigh a ton and use 4' long threaded rods to hold the disks to the hub.
 
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