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Old 10-01-2009, 07:33 PM
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Default Modular block North Raleigh, NC

I'm done with the hard stuff and have 20 or so full plus some partial modular block free to anyone that wants them.

18w x 8h by 12 inches deep.

They are about 80 lbs each - they could get you quite a ways on a base for an oven.

On saturday they will go to freecycle.

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