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Old 03-25-2008, 04:26 AM   #16
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If I got this correct...

Jury... You asked if adding a layer of 3/8" plywood would be sufficient in your first post.

Since your 1st post you were advised by 3 separate individuals to introduce more framing to the equation.

a full 2 weeks go past

In your most recent post you are now "considering" adding only 1/8" thicker plywood than you had originally asked about, but mention nothing about the framing that was so highly suggested.

What makes you believe that 1/2" plywood is THAT much more of a benefit over adding framing?

All things considered, we all want to get the task at hand completed as efficiently as possible.

At what point do we take someone’s suggestion that has "Been there done that?"

Just my .02, Please reconsider your approach to end at a job well done for years to follow.





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