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Old 11-10-2007, 07:13 PM   #1
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Securing stacks between studs...


Just wondering what the best way to secure stacks in between studs is. I have a stack running between two studs in a utility room feeding a 6x10 register on the other side. The utility room is unfinished. I just want to secure the stack in place. I was thinking maybe just like a piece of strapping across the two studs, screw into the back of the stack in the middle?

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Usually, that is how stacks are secured (strapping on the back, and secured between the studs).

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