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Old 01-05-2012, 08:57 PM
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What kind of wood is used on this dock with the perferations in it?
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Old 01-05-2012, 09:09 PM
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Definitely some type of Hardwood.
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Nort, your a piece of work....a good one at that
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Well at least there is a boat in the pic.
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Judging by the skyline I'll offer up some morning wood.
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The kind of wood that swells when it gets moist
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Being that I own a lumber company I am qualified to answer this question..........pussi willow

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the wood is one issue, but it has to be nailed or screwed properly to do any good at all????
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I don't know but I sure wouldn't mind employing some woodworking while drilling and tapping that hole.

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I can think of some much better wood for her to be doing splits on.
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