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Hello can anybody help with any information on finding 1 1/4 " x 6 ' wooden
rod " Poplar " . I am making a Boa for my sons Martial Arts school. I'm using my lathe then joining the two . Would like to cut out a step Thanks Ed
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HI Ed

I get that type of wood from Paxton lumber,but Paxton is all over the states,,

They have 1/8" to 3" dowel rod ,from 1 ft. to 10 ft. on hand most of the time in all types of wood, but many good lumbers yards will have it also..
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Thanks every one give these idesa a try !!!!! Thank you Ed
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