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Old 8th August 2009, 12:49 AM   #1
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Default Baluster turning/lathe in Washington DC Area?

With all the woodworking in the forum, I was wondering is anyone knows a person that can lathe/turn balusters to replace a few broken ones on my staircase? They are two heights, both of the sizes can't be found in the usual big box hardware stores. The don't appear very intricate and the house was built 1973. An online source also would be fine.

I appreciate any help you all can offer.

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