G Unit – The Reunion

Old timber-blog fans will be well acquainted with the Graham & Grant factor, or G Unit as we like to call them.

Well, the years have passed and the daring duo, unwitting (& usually unwilling) stars of such blog posts as G UnitHello Pinky & Sticky Timbers not to mention their roles in lauded movies such as Operating a Joulin Vacuum Lift & the all time great known simply as Sticking: The Movie have worked together only intermittently on joint projects.

Today were touched by one of those momentous occasions, a G Unit reunion for some sticking of this enormous English Oak boule (54mm thick x 1000mm wide x 4.0m long!) and so we thought we’d share it with you, our blog fans, who have been part of the G Unit journey.

Here they are in all their glory.

G Unit are back on the block G Unit back together again for a sticking bonanza

Don’t they make a great team!

P.S. If you’re wondering which one is which, it’s Graham on the left, Grant on the right 🙂 G Unit!

Posted on December 15th 2014 under air dried timber, english hardwoods, fresh sawn timber, Grown in Britain, joinery timber, kiln dried timber, round timber. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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