03:21PM | 11/06/06
Member Since: 10/09/06
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Are you tearing out an old floor? Looking for 40 running feet(each width) of 3"-5"-7" Bruce red oak. Rondom lengths. Old floor, needs repair. Does not need to have any finish as our floor is natural color.


03:47PM | 11/06/06
Member Since: 11/03/06
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We are not tearing out, but adding on. I need 3/5/7 Hancock Plank, which is red oak with fake pegs in the fnished wood.


07:45AM | 12/02/06
Member Since: 10/28/05
312 lifetime posts
we have none of that but here is a serch for discontinues flooring that may help if you do some research:



There are two ways to do any job. The right way and the wrong way. Do it right everytime.




05:39PM | 03/14/09
Member Since: 03/13/09
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hi I know your post is 2yrs old

but did you find the wood?

Is it bruce? or Hancock? is that the style or maker I have that wooked and maybe pulling it dont know yet.

let me know thanks


07:15AM | 03/21/09
Member Since: 03/20/09
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I just read your reply regarding the 3-5-7 Bruce red oak. I am looking for 3-5-7 Bruce red oak multi length. It was manufactured in the 80's and has a hand scraped texture. let me know if you have anything similar because I am trying to add on to an existing floor.

Thanks John


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