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Old 10-17-2012, 09:39 PM   #46
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Deck Baluster Spacing Incorrect

Originally Posted by sublime2 View Post
Any parent that allows their infant ( that's what the code is based on,an infants head) onto a deck or to walk/craw down the deck stairs is being totally irresponsible,and deserves what they get.
Utterly laughable!
I hope you don't take such a nonchalant view of building codes on all the DIY stuff you do, if so I REALLY feel sorry for the shmuck who buys your house when you move.

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Old 10-18-2012, 07:08 AM   #47
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Deck Baluster Spacing Incorrect

Originally Posted by tmcmahon View Post
Thanks for all of the input. I was able to solve the spacing issue by using split convolute tubing that snaps over the baluster. Ended up putting this on all 306 ballusters.
Glad you solved your problem, but man is that ugly. Do you intend to leave it like that?

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