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Product NameCrown 6 Ft Screed Bar
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Long DescriptionThe MAGnesium Float Boards provide the lightest material in the industry and will not react with concrete like aluminum screed bars. 6 base allows the Screed King to float in any slump of concrete and our unique Curl Edge helps roll the excess concrete back to the rakers and allows the board to float or ride on forms.
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