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rough sawn boards

take them to a professional. Since they are 3" thick, you could have them resawn into 1 1/2 inch thick planks. That will double your available material. Then put them through a drum sander, with the face side down, to get them to a consistant thickness. Then you can run them through the drum sander, face up, removing only a couple of thousandths at a time until you get what you are looking for. It may sound like a big project, but it isn't. Any shop with the right equipment could do this in a short time. They may be able to work it in between bigger jobs, if you aren't in a hurry. One of the shops I go to does this type of work on Saturday mornings while you can wait and watch.
 
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