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    Hello,

    I just enjoy watching snooker and appreciate good wood works on snooker cues, antique clocks, music boxes etc...

    Regards

    Smoothie

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    Welcome to the Forum!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Inoffthered View Post
      Welcome to the Forum!
      Thank you

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      • #4
        Hello - welcome to the forum - can I ask - what do you think of 20 year old air dried wood as opposed to kiln dried clunky planks

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Byrom View Post
          Hello - welcome to the forum - can I ask - what do you think of 20 year old air dried wood as opposed to kiln dried clunky planks
          LOL!
          Up the TSF!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Byrom View Post
            Hello - welcome to the forum - can I ask - what do you think of 20 year old air dried wood as opposed to kiln dried clunky planks
            Sorry, not able to answer. I only appreciate wood work without technical knowledge

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Smoothie View Post
              Hello,

              I just enjoy watching snooker and appreciate good wood works on snooker cues, antique clocks, music boxes etc...

              Regards

              Smoothie
              I've heard that the very best grand-father clocks are made from air dried mahogany sitting in barns for decades. Maybe you can shed some light?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Byrom View Post
                Hello - welcome to the forum - can I ask - what do you think of 20 year old air dried wood as opposed to kiln dried clunky planks
                lolololol
                #jeSuisMasterBlasterBarryWhite2v1977Luclex(andHisF ictiousTwin)BigSplash!

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                • #9
                  Now the poor guy thinks he's walked into a nut farm. Then again, he probably has...

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