Make sure you get a really good fine kerf saw blade. I fould one at a local hardware store back in the dust bin for $10 or so. But being sharp, skinny andMessage 1 of 2 , May 11, 2010View SourceMake sure you get a really good fine kerf saw blade. I fould one at a local hardware store back in the dust bin for $10 or so. But being sharp, skinny and lots of teeth made such a huge difference.
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From: "Wilfred" <tanzerman1944@...>
Date: 05/11/2010 05:24 PM
Subject: [Airolite_Boats] Wood for Snowshoe Lassie
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This morning, I went to two sawmills in Pennsylvania and got a beautiful piece of green ash 2"x 8" -8'and a piece of air dried poplar 1"x 8"-12'. I already have mahogany and cedar for various parts: stem, keelson, thwart, etc. Total cost $33.00
Now to get busy. Thanks for your comments re: stringers, they were very helpful.