Lumber marking

Originally Posted By: wcampbell
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Originally Posted By: Larry Ewens
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I would think your first guess is correct.Think of it as a giant lego set.


Originally Posted By: jhagarty
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http://www.searsarchives.com/homes/index.htm


Sears was one of a few companies that sold a complete house kit. Framing was precut and numbered for ease of installation.


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Originally Posted By: bgentry
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“Sears”…exactly what I was thinking.


Originally Posted By: kwilliams
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I have seen this as well, I think it was on


a wicks lumber kit home, not the best quality


but just one man’s opinion






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