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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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BRULEDRIFTER

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I'm tearing out a basment and have some 1 1/2" styrofoam and 1/4" paneling. Also have 2X2 but they are full of nails.

Styrofoam is the white beaded kind not the newer pink stuff.....15 to 20 sheets that are 16" x 7 feet or so. Some extra chunks also.

paneling is 1/4" and I have 6 or 8 sheets that are 4' x 7' most are painted off white but a couple are the original dark stain. Almost all of them have one small cut out for an outlet. Also some 3' x 2' chunks or so to fill in.

Like I said also many 2 x 2 but they are full of nails and most also have a 1 x 2 attached.

Located in Burnsville ( 77 and Cliff Road)

They will hit the dumpster on Friday if no one claims them.

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