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Hi all 

I am looking for a good small size sheet good rack on wheels for a small workshop. I can resize if I can find the right looking one.


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Here in Eugene, OR it's fairly wet & HD, Lowes, & a store called Jerry's are the "big" guys.  All 3 store both hard & soft wood (instore) vertically, HD has units of 2x? lumber inside plus P-T boards of standard sizes all inside & flat, Jerry's has a lumber yard also where utility & better are stored flat & in both cases there is a lot of warpage with the only exception being KD boards.  They are worth the few cents extra in my book. It's a small book though. All 3 stores keep sheet goods inside & flat.  I think it's more the quality of wood the buyers select than anything else.  We also have a small guy callled Mikes Bargin Center who has all of his boards & sheet goods inside once they are broken into & he has a lot of warpage in his soft wood more so than the hard wood. So the "Great Debate" changes by locale & season it would seem. signing out now, Larry D.

Ken, I saw the pix above and assumed we were only talking sheet goods.

All my other 1x and 2x boards I do store flat, except for cutoffs.

Ken Darga said:


How  ''long'' are the boards, that you store vertically?

---3-4ft long boards or 8-12ft boards.

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