Walnut Dowel Rod 3/8''

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Walnut Dowel Rod 3/8''

$4.99 ea.


Walnut Dowel Rod 3/8''

Used in a wide variety of applications such as joinery and fastening. Hardwood dowels are sanded, and measure 36 long.
Brand Woodworkers Source
Width 3/8" diameter
Length 36"
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June 24th, 2020
Verified Buyer
Hulett ,WY
3/8" Black walnut dowels
Perfect dowels, they will complement the lighter Red Oak I'm dowelling together
July 4th, 2018
Verified Buyer
Needed to hide some screws holding end piece on a project. Walnut matched well.
September 23rd, 2016
Verified Buyer
Hulett Wyoming
Walnut Dowel Rod 3/8''
I often make my own plugs to cover birch dowels, as well as make custom length dowel pins when longer is needed- I build the "Old School" way, doweling instead of screws (unless screws are prefered by my clientele)- the Walnut dowel rod is a good match for many dark species- Chechem is one that I used this order for- Walnut is a wonderful "Contrasting" color for edging pins- always straight, no splitting or unusable sections WWS is the Very Best for all my wood- Thanks Folks!
Familiarity: I've used it in a LOT of projects
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