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Old 02-19-2008, 07:23 AM   #31
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2nd Floor Subfloor Replacement, HELP!


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Old 02-19-2008, 08:10 AM   #32
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Here are the pictures that I took last night. The flash was really bright, but rather dark without it. (Keep in mind that I am still going to remove the floor that is still where the bathtub was.) Let me know what you think!

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Old 02-19-2008, 11:26 AM   #33
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(in the last photo)

There is the stud that is in between the toilet water supply and then it runs along to the shower, how far does the plywood with the curved cut extend out from the joist ?


It appears to be around an 1"?



You may be able to nail/screw (2) cut down 2x 6's parallel to the joist that is under the wall in order to get a nailing surface for your sub floor.

It all depends on if it will extend beyond the old floor.
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.. (Keep in mind that I am still going to remove the floor that is still where the bathtub was.) Leah
If the plywood is not damaged where the tub is then you could leave it but that is up to you.

You may need to leave a small section open when you make the connects below the tub and then install that section last.


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