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Re-deck car hauler #8239645 04/17/21 01:42 AM
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Needing to re-deck my 16' car hauler. Price of wood is quite prohibitive currently for pressure treated. I remember some posts on here in the past where someone re-deck with used telephone poles from a sawmill on the east side of Dallas.

Any info or links to a post or a similar business.

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C-purlin is a good alternative and compared to the cost of wood, it probably cheaper right now.


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Originally Posted by BigPig
C-purlin is a good alternative and compared to the cost of wood, it probably cheaper right now.


It really needs to be rhino lined or no skid surface.

I had a 24’ gooseneck that we used 6” c purlin and it was slick as dairy [censored]


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