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Camaro84
2011-12-22, 03:29 PM
Any thing local

01fordgazguzler
2011-12-22, 08:14 PM
How many do you need? What grade?

Lurch
2011-12-22, 10:55 PM
are you wanting them for planting beds?

sleek98
2011-12-22, 11:24 PM
There is a place here in blue springs that has them. They have grades one through five. Got some earlier in the year for my dad. Names like gregos or something like that.

Camaro84
2011-12-23, 04:39 PM
I'm going to need like 12. Its for a retaining wall. So I'm guessing the grade has to be good

MymonteSS
2011-12-27, 01:53 AM
not sure if it's too late but theres a place on antioch and merriam lane that sells them. They use a rail road crossing thing as their gate.

fast895ohstang
2011-12-27, 08:28 AM
why not do a retaining wall out of stone? railroad ties rot and will look bad a few years down the road

Camaro84
2012-01-03, 07:53 PM
Would do it in stone just looking for a good cheap wall for now

Mantooth
2012-01-03, 07:56 PM
Would do it in stone just looking for a good cheap wall for nowI am a firm believer in do it "right" the first time, or don't do it at all. :dunno:

white01ss
2012-01-04, 09:29 AM
I am a firm believer in do it "right" the first time, or don't do it at all. :dunno:


:cheers:

GKV
2012-01-04, 12:32 PM
I am a firm believer in do it "right" the first time, or don't do it at all. :dunno:

As am I, however maybe something happened and he needs a wall done ASAP but funds are tight at the moment. I know I've been in that situation before.

Camaro84
2012-01-06, 11:55 AM
Yea when it rains all this water comes down the hill to my yard/house