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Old 01-27-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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hi i have about 80ft 4x2 x10ft left over from a project iwould like to hear what is the best and srongest way of joining them so i have 4x4 x10 what ineed for a job cheers chris

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Depends on the finish look you desire

2x4 framing lumber = construction adhesive and screws

Fine finish wood = Flatten each edge on a jointer, glue and clamp overnight.

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Also depends on what you're using them for.
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