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Old 02-16-2012, 10:24 AM   #16
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Framing in Angled 4" Pipe in a wall


Thanks again for all the advice so far.

Just an update...I built this wall last night. Used a 2x6 for the bottom plate and notched it out to fit around the pipe and put one stud flat to accomodate for the pipe. I will need to stick frame one more stud, but I'm waiting until I decide what to do with the soffit around the beam.


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is it me or does the stud turn on edge not look straight? Looks like the bottom is closer to the clean out that the top. Not trying to criticize, just wondering is all.
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It does look like that...I will have to take a look when I get home...that would be a dumb error.

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is it me or does the stud turn on edge not look straight? Looks like the bottom is closer to the clean out that the top. Not trying to criticize, just wondering is all.
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not dumb, just an error. NOT fixing it would be dumb....lol

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