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post #18 of Old 04-20-2010
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Getting teak stock only half the battle, unless you are a good finish carpenter, I don't think this is a DIY job.

I 'd try a local custom sign-maker, the kind that does artsy signs carved in wood, and give him/her the existing rail and ask then to duplicate it. Maybe $150-200, but it will look good and you can be ready to go in two weeks. several regards...
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