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Old 04-18-2011, 08:58 AM   #1
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Building a pole garage and just finished setting trust.30x48x12. My question is to how far to run my fascia board out on the sides to meet the fascia for and overhang on the gable end? Trying to figure the distance so I wont have to cut the soffit. Any suggestions is appreciated

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Let it run wild until you are ready to run the soffit. If all else fails, hold the soffit up there and make a mark.

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Wont I need to put fascia board on first before I put down the metal roof so I know where to start and stop roofing?
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