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Old 12-03-2011, 12:10 AM   #16
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For sure- depends what your doing/ how you like to do it. I was just trying to give a rule of thumb that is in line with building code for WALL framing. Floors and joists are different.

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For sure- depends what your doing/ how you like to do it. I was just trying to give a rule of thumb that is in line with building code for WALL framing. Floors and joists are different.
And you were perfectly in line and correct to do so. I over reacted and came down too hard on you for just trying to answer the op's question.

I apologize for my unnecessarily abrupt response.
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As do I for my confrontational tone
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Yeah, I was just asking in a general/hypothetical sense what everyone does. I was more wanting to see if what we do is what everyone else does...seems that we do, thanks for all the input

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