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Anybody know where some might be. Looked on marketplace and didnt see any around the area.
 

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There is a place that sells them in Foley on the east side of Hwy 59. They are a dirt and tree sales place, not sure of the name. Also, Midway Forest Products in Spanish Fort sells them.
 

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I don't know what you want to do with them......But....In the past working with them in landscaping....If you need to cut one?

1 cut = 1 chain. They are packed with sand in them....This will dull a chainsaw chain , just like sticking it in the ground... This is Not a exaggeration......1 cut = 1 chain.
 

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I bought mine from Ford Lumber in Robertsdale. They have a ton of them.
 

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They are good for some things, but know that they are heavily cretosone soaked "at least the old ones were" and aren't good for growing vegtables etc. Just a heads up if anybody was going that route.
 

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Yea Blaine, they were $10 up in Tennessee in Feb now $16.
Did find 84 lumber selling them for $13 if you buy 16.

Jump on those $8 ones.

Im using mine for driveway landscape to hold gravel in
and to make a level surface to put my metal carport on top of them.
 

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Yea Blaine, they were $10 up in Tennessee in Feb now $16.
Did find 84 lumber selling them for $13 if you buy 16.

Jump on those $8 ones.

Im using mine for driveway landscape to hold gravel in
and to make a level surface to put my metal carport on top of them.
This is exactly what I need them for. I purchased two dump truck loads of crushed Bahama Coral and had it dumped to make my driveway and fill in my parking area under the house. I was cheap and decided to spread it all with a shovel and wheelbarrow. A week, unbelievable soreness, and a digging shovel that is now flat on the front... I need to put the retaining walls in so it does not get strewn across the yard.

I am a glutton for self inflicted punishment.
 
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