Fitting 10 - Starting Easing with Cap
Fitting 10 - Starting Easing with Cap
Fitting 10 - Starting Easing with Cap
Fitting 10 - Starting Easing with Cap

Fitting 10 - Starting Easing with Cap

Sale price$25.88
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Wood Type:Red Oak
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Pickup available at JMP Wood Brooklyn Usually ready in 2-4 days

Fitting 10 - Starting Easing with Cap

7010 (Handrail 6010) / Red Oak

JMP Wood Brooklyn

Pickup available, usually ready in 2-4 days

760 E 96th St
Brooklyn NY 11236
United States

+17183037777

JMP Wood Linden

Pickup available, usually ready in 2-4 days

621 Commerce Road
Linden NJ 07036
United States

+19089143202
Typically ships in 2-5 business days
Ships nationwide within the US. Returnable within 30 days. More shipping info
  • Various profiles available to match the corresponding handrail
  • High quality wood for strength, beauty and durability
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    Wood Types

    Please note: This product may not be available in all of the wood types listed below. This is a guide for our most common wood types across our store.
    Red Oak
    • Good for staining
    • Harder and heavier than poplar
    • Coarse texture with distinctive grain
    Poplar
    • Good for painting
    • Softer, more light weight wood
    • Typically most economical
    White Oak
    • Good for staining
    • Harder and heavier than red oak
    • Finer texture than red oak
    Maple
    • Good for painting or staining
    • Smooth, even texture with natural luster
    • Harder and heavier than poplar
    Sapele
    • Good for exterior or interior use
    • Good for staining or painting
    • Smooth and lustrous
    • Similar to mahogany
    Walnut
    • Good for staining
    • Darker wood with smooth surface
    • Strong, heavy and hard
    Primed
    • Poplar wood with white primer
    • Ready to be painted

    Wood Types

    Please note: This product may not be available in all of the wood types listed below. This is a guide for our most common wood types across our store.
    Red Oak
    • Good for staining
    • Harder and heavier than poplar
    • Coarse texture with distinctive grain
    Poplar
    • Good for painting
    • Softer, more light weight wood
    • Typically most economical
    White Oak
    • Good for staining
    • Harder and heavier than red oak
    • Finer texture than red oak
    Maple
    • Good for painting or staining
    • Smooth, even texture with natural luster
    • Harder and heavier than poplar
    Sapele
    • Good for exterior or interior use
    • Good for staining or painting
    • Smooth and lustrous
    • Similar to mahogany
    Walnut
    • Good for staining
    • Darker wood with smooth surface
    • Strong, heavy and hard
    Primed
    • Poplar wood with white primer
    • Ready to be painted