Indiana plywood source?

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Indiana plywood source?

Post by still-waters » Wed Dec 10, 2003 12:42 pm

I'm in Northern Indiana. I'm also cheap and don't want to pay large shipping costs for a few sheets at a time. Anybody know of any source for Meranti or Eurolite in the area? Any info would be great!

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Post by anonymous » Wed Dec 10, 2003 1:51 pm

Check:

http://www.glen-l.com/resources/lumber- ... rs.html#IN

or

http://www.woodfinder.com/

or Yellow Pages under "Lumber-Wholesale or Retail"

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Post by jacquesmm » Wed Dec 10, 2003 2:42 pm

Our shipping costs are very low. Where others like the ones listed charge up to $ 300.00, we charge only $ 69.00, flat rate:
http://plywood.e-boat.net/shipping.php

Remember that we have a low price guarantee: send us a quote from another supplier for marine plywood, shipping included and we will beat it. Guaranteed.
See this offer here:
http://plywood.e-boat.net/price.php
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Post by Charlie » Fri Dec 12, 2003 5:45 pm

Dave,
There is Johnson Workbench in South Bend and Homestead Hardwood near Sandusky OH.
Neither of these places are particularly cheap but they both seem to have a range of plywoods suitable for S&G boatbuilding.
http://www.theworkbench.com/about.php
http://www.teaklumber.com/plywood.html
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Post by jacquesmm » Mon Dec 15, 2003 9:25 am

Charlie wrote:Dave,
There is Johnson Workbench in South Bend and Homestead Hardwood near Sandusky OH.
Neither of these places are particularly cheap but they both seem to have a range of plywoods suitable for S&G boatbuilding.
http://www.theworkbench.com/about.php
http://www.teaklumber.com/plywood.html
Charlie
They are much more expensive than our online store and their local delivery charges are just as high as our interstate charges. On top of that, their marine plywood may be the cheap BS6566 . . .
Buy from a specialized dealer like us, it's safer:
http://plywood.e-boat.net/index.php
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