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      By Brendon_t · Posted
      I would go into the grading chart and take a copy out to the shop. Inspect the boards you received and measure the good cuts and ensure that the boards you recd are actually up to the grade you paid for.  If you went lower on the quality/rating to lower the price, and you recd boards that measure out to the standards set in grading, then I don't think you have a leg to stand on. if you paid for one grade but 20% of your order isn't up to that grade! dang right I'd be calling them and asking them when they would be bringing the correct lumber and picking up the crap they sent you in its place.
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