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Red Oak Butterscotch [E33 - Legacy Stain] Retro Right Return Stair Tread 54 in

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Red Oak Butterscotch Retro Right Return Stair Tread 54 in

Note: This stain (E33) has been discontinued but is still available for purchase to complete existing projects. For the current D34 - Butterscotch stain color, see: RTRRD34-54

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Red Oak Butterscotch Retro Right Return Stair Tread 54 in

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
SKU RTRRBUOK-54
Width 11-1/2 in
Color Butterscotch [Legacy Stain]
Length 54 in
Prefinished Yes
Profile Retro Right Return Stair Tread
Thickness 3/4 in
Wood Species Red Oak
Quickship Item No
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

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I am looking to use this product on my right return center hall colonial stair case. I was told that the right return piece needs to be cut and glued on. Does this come in one piece?
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I have a curving staircase. Several step avg. 18" on the closed end and 9" on the open end. Do you make custom retro treads this size?
How much would a tread like this in Red Oak, pre finished in clear, run me?
I understand any quotes are only rough estimates. I just need a ballpark idea.
Thanks, Cindy
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