What Kind of Wood Is the Strongest?

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The kind of wood that is the strongest is hickory. It has a compressive strength of 9,210 PSI and bending strength of 20,200 PSI.
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Teak wood is the strongest type of wood known and lives for about 100 years. Teak is able to withstand weather and seasons with the ability to bend instead of break in high winds.
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Oak. Oak is one of the most common choices for walking sticks for a number of reasons. This common wood is very strong and easily found in most areas. If you are purchasing the wood
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I'm pretty sure it's balsa wood.
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Teakwood is the strongest wood in the world.
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