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McGurk

Free Green-treated 2x6's and 2x10's

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I've got over 200 bd ft in odd lengths of 2x6 and 2x10 arsenic based green pressure treated lumber from a deck I resufaced and rebuilt. They are between 6' and 16' long, and probably average 8' or longer. This is not 5/4 decking, but actual dimensional 2x material. This is the good stuff that I couldn't get myself to get rid of; no rot, no warping, all good solid wood! I threw away all of the garbage, and stacked this up thinking I'd use it for something.

Respond here and I'll check as often as I can. Oh yeah, it's in Bloomington.

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I need to build a wood shed and this stuff would work for me. You can reach me here. I work in Blmgt so it would work easy for me.

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I'd be interested if no one else wants it. Let me know and I can give you my #.

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Oops - Sorry Fivebucks - You posted while I was writing. Let me know if it doesn't work out, I'll be 2nd in line.

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If there is any left, I need some for a tree stand

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I've got a guy at work who will probably take it, sorry to get all of your hopes up. If it falls through, I'll go down the list and contact you. Sorry!

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Sounds good.

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Not to hijack the thread but I am in the process of a deck rebuild also. I have a bunch of 2x6 treated in random lengths that would be great for tree stands and stuff. Anyone still looking is welcome to it.

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I would be interested, email me and let me know what you all have, and when would be a good time to pick them up.

sctk11 @ yahoo .com remove the spaces

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4wandering, you have mail!

Lowblazah, I will contact you if 4wandering doesnt take it or if there is more left. I have quite a bit so there probably will be.

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Well I'll be making a trip to the Lowes/Depot this weekend sometime, so if you want them gone...say the word. (sooner rather than later)

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Macgyver, I emailed you back, I just need maybe 10 8 footers.

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Lowblazah,

4wandering has told me what he wants and I'm going to set that aside for him. You are welcome to the rest. I'll be around most of today, probably gone much of Sunday.

email me for location or phone number.

kjo4wd at aol dot com

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Thanks Macgyver for the lumber!

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Macgyver do you have any lumber left. Send me a e-mail Fishingdave@hotmail.com Tell me what you have left I'm interested. Could pick up this week.

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4Wandering, Your welcome. I hope you can put it to some use.

2222, pretty much everthing I have left is 4 feet or less.

You are welcome to it, otherwise it will be gone by Friday.

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If they do not go...I am in Foley and can pick up.

scolson@stcloudstate.edu

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Thanks for the imformation Macgyver. It's a little short for what I need. Thank anyway.

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