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Old 06-29-2011, 10:37 AM   #1
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will these fit in my 2x4 wall??


i'm trying to install a recessed soap niche and was wondering if this will fit?

http://www.flooringsupplyshop.com/sh...ecess-462.html


my 2x4s measure 3 1/4 across and it seems like there isn't any recessed niches that fits my bill.




the recess linked is a 3.5 depth according to this chart.


thanks.

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Old 06-29-2011, 10:47 AM   #2
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will these fit in my 2x4 wall??


Add your drywall into the equation, and they look fine to me.
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will these fit in my 2x4 wall??


Since this items is "ready to tile" I assume you're putting it in as part of building/tiling a tub surround? If so, put up the cement board first - that will give you half an inch more depth.
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will these fit in my 2x4 wall??


what should i used to seal off the joints with the durock?
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