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Old 10-11-2013, 03:33 PM   #16
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What do you mean by blocked?

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2x blocking between studs. all panel edges must fall on 2x framing.
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Maybe I'm misunderstanding the question. Can't the sheathing connect to the 2x4 at the top right of the pic?
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It can, but not if you sheet the walls before you stand them up. Then you'd have to add strips or do as I stated before. It's alot easier to square the walls up and sheet them when they're lying on the ground.
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Mike,
you could sheet your walls on the ground as Charlie suggested, and leave the plywood hang over 3 1/2" on each end. You would just have to stand it up on a slight angle in relation to the wall you want it to end up on, then slide one end over about 7", set the wall on top of your foundation, then slide it back to the other direction till everything lines up, if you follow what I'm saying. Or you could carry it around to the outside and set the bottom on your foundation and lift it straight into place that way.
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