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We're upgrading a cabin and decided to put in pine flooring to match the original flooring. Problem is that there is a dip in the floor. Joists are 2' on center, and there is a drop of about 1/4" to 1/2" between two of the joists. We plan on running the flooring perpendicular to the joists. So my question is, how level does the floor have to be? What problems might I have if I run the flooring over this?
 

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Thanks for the input. I was hoping to hear someone say it doesn't have to be perfect. I wish I had noticed the problem before I had put down the subfloor and built the walls....would have been an easy (or at least much easier) problem to fix.
 
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