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Old 02-19-2007, 12:46 PM   #1
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Hey Jimmy,

Let me know if he's going to have any left over. I live in Houston and I wouldn't mind getting some.

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Old 02-19-2007, 01:06 PM   #2
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Sounds like he might get more than 25 bucks if he'd scrap them for the aluminium
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COLEMAN'S SURPLUS has aluminium PSP (Perforated Steel Planking) for 45 bucks a 10' section, and you have to pay shipping too
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COLEMAN'S SURPLUS has aluminium PSP (Perforated Steel Planking) for 45 bucks a 10' section, and you have to pay shipping too
It looks like those benches are an excellent deal
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COLEMAN'S SURPLUS has aluminium PSP (Perforated Steel Planking) for 45 bucks a 10' section, and you have to pay shipping too
BTW, I know you probably know this, but PSP is great to carry around especially if you're travelling off the pavement.
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Yeah, that's one of the reasons I posted it. They have steel PSP as well, but it costs a little more, and of course they're a bit heavier...
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