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Old 03-22-2010, 01:01 PM   #1
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I have a tricky step to start on and am looking for some sugestions on how I can start. The only stair nose they have for this type is flush mount, it rest on the toung of the first board. Well when doing an angled stair obviously you loose the toung when you cut the angle. Any sugestions or for certain ways to do this? I have added three pics to this post so you can see what I am dealing with.

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Council Bluffs Iowa
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I have a tricky step to start on and am looking for some sugestions on how I can start. The only stair nose they have for this type is flush mount, it rest on the toung of the first board. Well when doing an angled stair obviously you loose the toung when you cut the angle. Any sugestions or for certain ways to do this? I have added two pics to this post so you can see what I am dealing with.

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Nic
Council Bluffs Iowa

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