Massive 7” rail construction utilizing six pieces of solid Oak or Ash hardwood butcher-blocked together. One piece of poplar is used in the front portion of rail. This construction prevents warping.
Poplar wood is used in the front of the rail to glue the cushion rubber directly to the sub-rail. Poplar accepts staples easier than other wood types, when covering cushions with cloth. ¼” feather strip channel is cut into the top of rail for securing cloth over the top side of the cushion then stapled to the bottom side of the poplar wood.
Burn and dent resistant Dymondwood – (5/8” thickness) is glued on the top and side of the butcher-block rail system for extreme durability. K-55 profile cushions are “glued” (not bolted) directly to the rail system for consistent rebound and optimum playability.
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