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Old 04-08-2012, 07:06 PM   #16
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Seriously, what is it 3, maybe 4 feet to the wall? Even a rookie could have that floor cut, busted open and the line moved over in a day easily.
I agree, the tough part will be tucking everything else in the joists.

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Old 04-08-2012, 08:00 PM   #17
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Seriously, what is it 3, maybe 4 feet to the wall? Even a rookie could have that floor cut, busted open and the line moved over in a day easily.
sure. but would that guy have the proper tools ? i don't have a jack hammer.

and, like i said, i have a bunch of other things that are much more important = windows, air sealing, electrical, to name a few.
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sure. but would that guy have the proper tools ? i don't have a jack hammer.

and, like i said, i have a bunch of other things that are much more important = windows, air sealing, electrical, to name a few.
Jack hammer rental = ~50 bucks


Concrete saw rental = ~ 60 bucks.

Pretty cheap if you ask me, especially in comparison to the pipe and fittings you're going to throw away when "you have the time to do it correctly"


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