Curly Maple Source?
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Hi all,

Anyone know of a good place that has a good selection of curly maple 4/4 near the Savannah area. The only place I know is Case Woodworking supply. I'm willing to travel a few hours if needed. I was up in Hickory NC a month ago at West Penn hardwood and they did not have a great selection. I'm looking for 9 to 10" wide boards 10 ft long. I need 3 of them.

Thanks

Mike
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  Re: Curly Maple Source? by Mike 55 (Hi all, Anyone kn...)
You can try and see if Woodbarter has some local guys with some maple
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  Re: Curly Maple Source? by Mike 55 (Hi all, Anyone kn...)
You might have to travel up to Mableton to Atlanta Hardwoods or down to Jacksonville, FL
Gary

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  Re: RE: Curly Maple Source? by Gary G™ (You might have to tr...)
(05-01-2021, 11:08 AM)Gary G™ Wrote: You might have to travel up to Mableton to Atlanta Hardwoods or down to Jacksonville, FL

Can you provide me the names on the stores?

Thanks

Mike
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  Re: Curly Maple Source? by Mike 55 (Hi all, Anyone kn...)
There are several options:
https://www.peachstatelumber.com/lumber
and
Atlanta Hardwood in Mableton, GA

I’ve heard of these guys in Jax but never used:
https://www.hooddistribution.com/product...-overview/

There’s this:
http://www.curlymaple.com/
And, of course:
https://www.cookwoods.com/

Cook is renowned for their timbers

Before you drive anywhere call around; you might find shipping from Cook or Curly is less expensive than driving and a better result.
Gary

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  Re: RE: Curly Maple Source? by Gary G™ (There are several op...)
(05-01-2021, 08:02 PM)Gary G™ Wrote: There are several options:
https://www.peachstatelumber.com/lumber
and
Atlanta Hardwood in Mableton, GA

I’ve heard of these guys in Jax but never used:
https://www.hooddistribution.com/product...-overview/

There’s this:
http://www.curlymaple.com/
And, of course:
https://www.cookwoods.com/

Cook is renowned for their timbers


Before you drive anywhere call around; you might find shipping from Cook or Curly is less expensive than driving and a better result.

Gary,

Thanks for the info. Even though I'm retired  a drive to Oregon is not going to happen. LOL. I like seeing what I'm buying. The other place in PA is not far from where I lived so it will be on my list when I go back home to visit family. The one in Jax is a 2 hour drive and Atlanta is about 4. I will call both to see what they stock. 
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  Re: Curly Maple Source? by Mike 55 (Hi all, Anyone kn...)
I went to the Mableton store many years ago; it was like being in a candy shop.
Gary

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  Re: Curly Maple Source? by Mike 55 (Hi all, Anyone kn...)
Its a drive, but check with Steve Wall Lumber, Mayodan, NC.

I know they have figured maple.
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