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Some time ago I subscribed to "Woodworking Tools & Lumber" & at the time missed the "U.S/Can."in the heading.So what,may as well see what's going on with our Northern Hemisphere friends regarding the availability of wood,tools & other goods. Bandsaws,table saws,jointers etc., at really cheap prices & stacks of Walnut & other lumber.I noticed Black Walnut $5.00 but cant remember whether it was per board or what. U.S prices seem really low compared with ours for instance A bandsaw,good brand,little use=U.S $350.00 down under Au$900.00
Would someone please tell me the name of other buy/sell shows so I can do some more wishful thinking.Thank.you.Regards,Jamesjj777746

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Thank you Brian.I love watching these & also Boats for Sale.Cheers James

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Hey, James; that's $5Cdn. /bd. ft. Prices are dependent on availability and quality of course.
https://www.westwindhardwood.com/pro.../walnut-black/
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That would probably be $10 /board foot down here.Bloody madness.Cut out the middle man/men eh?

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or cut the middle man...
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