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Old 11-15-2016, 10:49 PM   #21
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No, just grabbed that number and went with it. Actually, twenties of anything would be a PITA to handle.
20' long Ipe boards, great to have a good system. Two guys work together, have to have a guy at each end of sawhorses carrying two boards, one in each hand, walk to crib system accessing at each end and set down, very much quicker than each person carrying one at a time.
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Well since no one else has pointed it out, I will. In Dave's thread title he says 500,000 board feet instead of linear feet. They're not the same, ya know.
Yeah,but his post says lft....

Maybe he's dealing with T&G boards that are 12" wide and 1" thick, do they'd be the same.

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Well since no one else has pointed it out, I will. In Dave's thread title he says 500,000 board feet instead of linear feet. They're not the same, ya know.
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We are about to start priming 500,000 lft of t&g ceiling boards. Prime both sides by brush and roller. Good thing this is t&m at our higher rates.
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Yeah,but his post says lft....

Maybe he's dealing with T&G boards that are 12" wide and 1" thick, do they'd be the same.

Your move.
Well, if they're only twelve inches wide, that's not so bad.
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Yeah,but his post says lft....

Maybe he's dealing with T&G boards that are 12" wide and 1" thick, do they'd be the same.

Your move.
Good point. Either way, that's a lot of wood.
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