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Old 12-02-2008, 06:37 PM   #16
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thats just plain sad you two have time to argue needlessly on the net when you could be offering advice. shame, shame, shame.....thought yo mommas taught you better.

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Old 12-02-2008, 06:44 PM   #17
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thats just plain sad you two have time to argue needlessly on the net when you could be offering advice. shame, shame, shame.....thought yo mommas taught you better.
Then ask your mama
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Old 12-02-2008, 06:48 PM   #18
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in some deranged way this is entertaining. i say lawyer...no,no paralegal
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Old 12-02-2008, 06:50 PM   #19
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WOW!! you are a bright one boy. That would then make us brothers. Jeez...if this is the type of intellect you have to go on to make it thru your day, I applaud you.
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Old 12-02-2008, 06:50 PM   #20
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thats just plain sad you two have time to argue needlessly on the net when you could be offering advice. shame, shame, shame.....thought yo mommas taught you better.

I honestly regret you were the one who set the tone for what has transpired.

Fact of the matter all the Pro's here give of their free time for no financial gain. The HVAC trade is very challenging and those who work in the residential field get at least one unreasonable HO a day. And that HO can sometimes ruin a tech's whole day thru no fault of his own.

They come here to unwind and HELP people which for any sane person is self fulfilling.

They should not have to read whiny, impatient complaints from guys like you who are not paying a dime for their expertise.

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Old 12-02-2008, 06:52 PM   #21
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in some deranged way this is entertaining. i say lawyer...no,no paralegal
Not even close burr (is that some reference to your (lack of) sharpness?
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Fact of the matter all the Pro's here give of their free time for no financial gain. The HVAC trade is very challenging and those who work in the residential field get at least one unreasonable HO a day. And that HO can sometimes ruin a tech's whole day thru no fault of his own.

They come here to unwind and HELP people which for any sane person is self fulfilling.

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Old 12-02-2008, 06:56 PM   #23
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looks like you have plenty of time on your hands also???? go fix your ducts! cranky. and since we are checking grammar nice job with the parenthesis!

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Not even close burr (is that some reference to your (lack of) sharpness?

BTW Blue and Maze makes a PURPLE HAYES!

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I would like to fix them, but I seem to have run into this one (and soon to be more) issue that I cannot seem to get past. You see, I have this trunk supply line that juts out and I want to.....oh nevermind.

I was just warned (via PM) that I'm on thin ice. Wow, talk about thin skin. Might I remind you, I wasnt the one namecalling. Tone setter (my fault), yes, (and I do believe I apologized to the hard working roofers out there)bringing family into this matter, not even close by a long shot.

So, can we move on to the task at hand?
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I would like to fix them, but I seem to have run into this one (and soon to be more) issue that I cannot seem to get past. You see, I have this trunk supply line that juts out and I want to.....oh nevermind.

I was just warned (via PM) that I'm on thin ice. Wow, talk about thin skin. Might I remind you, I wasnt the one namecalling. Tone setter (my fault), yes, (and I do believe I apologized to the hard working roofers out there)bringing family into this matter, not even close by a long shot.

So, can we move on to the task at hand?

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and there you go...I knew it was about football - it was only a matter of time before you observed, then commented on my location. I agree, you all have certainly taken it to us in the past, but as you are well aware, there's a new sheriff in town and he don't like you folks keeping our boys from earning their gold pants too much.
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Please see post #1
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Repost it.

People have been following the drama and will pick up from the last post.
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Thanks in advance for any advice you may offer. I am in the process (just beginnning) of finishing my basement. I would like to crop the supply trunk line of one side (left side) and reroute the 7" ducting up into the rafters (the black is already in the rafters - green area on pic) so I do not have to build a soffit. The ducts currently supply the floor directly overhead (great room). Other than my I-beam, this would virtually be the only obstruction I have on the one side of my ceiling. As far as the other side goes, I am leaving it, and building a soffit, as it will be mostly unused space (storage). My plans are to put in a drop, but I would still like to be able to do this. If this is feasible, and if so, how far back can I crop the trunk line? Should I use a T-connector on top of the trunk or give them dedicated runs? If I need to clarify my drawing, please ask.

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