Cherry 8/4 Lumber
1-13/16" ThicknessSurfaced 2 sides (S2S) from rough sawn to yield approximately 1-3/4" thickness after you flatten, plane, shape or sand your project parts to fit your project.
(Also known as 8/4, S2S)
4" to 8" WidthsThis is the range of widths that are usually available in this wood.
- Price shown is for a random selection of widths within this range.
- If you have particular needs, please indicate them the "Selection Request" box for special hand-selection at an additional fee.
- Edges are rough sawn
- Straight edge ripping service is available for a small fee
6' to 14' LengthsThis is the range of lengths that are usually available in this wood.
- There is no minimum order! Which means we can cut you ashort piece(s) from long boards if you want
- 8' is the length limitation for UPS & FedEx packages Longer lengths can be shipped common carrier freight; Woodworkers Source staff is happy to provide you a custom shipping quote for an order of lengths longer than 8'.
$8.99 $6.74 /Board FeetOnly thru November 30, 2016
|1-99||$6.74 /Bd. Ft. (25% off)|
|100-999||$6.07 /Bd. Ft. (32% off)|
|1000+||$5.73 /Bd. Ft. (36% off)|
With cherry, you'll build projects that get better looking with age. Freshly cut or sanded cherry has a light tan color but it soon transitions to a more stately and classic russet color.
This cherry lumber has one of the highest possible heartwood specifications in the industry, called 90/70. That means 90% heartwood on the face, and 70% on the back. Heartwood content may be greater on some boards, but can not be guaranteed.
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