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What is the going rate for DOM tubing right now?

The Luke

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Would it be worth it for folks to drive down to us in Cullman, AL if we could price it between $4-5 a foot?

That'd take a lot of tube to make up the cost difference in fuel and time for most people outside 1-2 hours. Maybe nobody will look at it that way. But unless you were buying a trailer full and/or additional parts, it'd be hard to make it worth anyones while. Granted, if I was a builder, and was buying it bulk quantities(30-50 sticks??) maybeee. But at that close of price difference, it'd probably just be eating into my profits.
 

Markrobinson

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Figured I’d bump this since materials of all sorts are on the rise (lumber, steel, copper...)

KGS in nashville is at $6/ft for 1.75x.120 DOM. I think I paid $4.80 a year ago.
 

Waffle

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Everywhere I look when I google 1.75 .120 I see $8+ ft, but when I search online suppliers I see over twice that amount.
I mean, that can't be right but that's what I'm finding. Alro is $17.44 ft and Metal Supermarkets quoted me $17.83 ft by phone. Both places were for 1 stick.
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Dan_Goodwin

Birmingham, AL
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I was looking for 65 sticks of 1.75" HREW last week - Besco was out of both HREW and DOM in that size and couldn't tell me when it'd be available again or for how much. Fun times!
 

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