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Old 02-05-2011, 03:24 PM   #1
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My garage and small tool shed have overlapping wood siding. The corners have L shaped galvanized steel nailed on which gives it a finish and protects it when banged by something. The top end tucks under the board above and the bottom curves under the board it is nailed to. Don't know what you call them. I need to replace some but cannot find them in Home Depot or hardware stores and even tried a couple of roofing companies. My description is admittedly poor but if anyone knows what I am talking about what are they called and where can I buy replacements?

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My garage and small tool shed have overlapping wood siding. The corners have L shaped galvanized steel nailed on which gives it a finish and protects it when banged by something. The top end tucks under the board above and the bottom curves under the board it is nailed to. Don't know what you call them. I need to replace some but cannot find them in Home Depot or hardware stores and even tried a couple of roofing companies. My description is admittedly poor but if anyone knows what I am talking about what are they called and where can I buy replacements?
Maybe something here can help. What is the exposure on the siding?

http://www.prosidingaccessories.com/...iding.html#259

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they can also be bent up in the field if you just need a few
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Your internet site was right on the money.
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