Have never needed them.....so can't speak to their use. Basically a truss brace fills in to keep the things from tipping over till the plywood gets on. After that, there is no truss brace in the world that will take the place of plywood . We usually mark both walls, Mark some one bye three strapping to match, lift the things in place, and then tag the one bye three in about half way each side of tube trusses. Ron
As ront said they are good for spacing out the trusses while they go up, jut watch out for first and last space, often different dimensions. They don't hurt if left in place, but if this is an open ceiling where they will be in view, they don't add much.
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