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Old 12-16-2011, 05:25 PM   #16
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Need to repair the peak of my roof

Well said.
Another thing I have done (but it would be a little hard with plywood, which in itself is a good idea) is run a rat run (1x) or cat walk (2x) down the center of the ties to prevent any deflection under heavy loads (snow, people).

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Need to repair the peak of my roof

I hadn't thought of that Titanman. but is a very good idea!

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