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  • Where to get Jelutong

    I have searched the internet for suppliers of Jelutong. All I found out is that it comes from Indonesia. Does anyone know of suppliers?

    Happy hollidays to all.

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    Re: Where to get Jelutong

    How big pieces do you need xxx if you need small pieces I seem to remember seing some on luremaking.com (I think that's the url).

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    • #3
      Re: Where to get Jelutong

      Sorry, wrong url, it was
      TackleMaking.com
      but I was also mistaken about what was being offered. What they are is lure bodies. I thought they were small blocks. Guess you could carve something out of the lure body, but there has to be a better source someplace.

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      • #4
        Re: Where to get Jelutong

        In Tucson we are fortunate to have both a WoodCrafterand a Woodwoorkers Source. Woodworkers Source is better for Jelutong. http://www.woodworkerssource.net/

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        • #5
          Re: Where to get Jelutong

          Thanks for the suggestions.

          I'm into relief carving, so I'm looking for something in the area of 12' X 12' X 1' thick.

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          • #6
            Re: Where to get Jelutong

            You may have to do a little cutting and glueing to get a flat board.

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