installing duct between studs

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Old 10-21-03, 03:36 PM
tobinak
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installing duct between studs

Before I moved into this house, the garage on my split foyer house was separated into one 1-car garage, and a bedroom/office. The only problem is they didn't run the ductwork all the way out. The supply and return are easily accessible, but I would like to run the additional ducts from the ceililng down and between the studs. My only thought is to use 6 inch flexible duct and compress it to fit.

Are there any problems doing this?

Thanks for any suggestions.

Doug
 
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Old 10-21-03, 03:41 PM
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There is a problem with putting 6" flex duct between the studs. You should use oval metal duct or 3 1/4 X 12 wall stack between the studs. You can connect to that with adapters made to go from round to oval or rectangular.
 
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Old 10-22-03, 07:58 AM
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Like Ken said go with the wall stack. Ask for a register head 3 1/4 X12 you will need a 12"X6" wall register for this. 3 1/4 X12 wall stack duct, a 3 1/4" X 12"X6" 90o boot to put the 6" pipe on it. ED
 
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