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08-22-14, 10:54 PM
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Oh also consider doing the job with metal studs....

Oh also consider doing the job with metal studs. I ended up doing a couple of basements several years back. Short of any help I had to frame these by myself and the light material made it much...
08-22-14, 10:47 PM
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Posted By Gimpy2

you don't need anything fancy. Start with your...

you don't need anything fancy. Start with your longest wall. Set a nail in the floor in one corner 2" out then string a line down the length of the wall and set a nail 2" out on the other cornner you...
08-21-14, 08:08 PM
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All kinds of options here. just find a trim that...

All kinds of options here. just find a trim that will have enough height to attach with nails. when you install it just shim it up with 1\8" stock to keep it off the floor. then remove the shims. You...
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Well I agree with more power if you need it but...

Well I agree with more power if you need it but the kick back can be terrible on the more powerful saws. I would rather see a new user have something that is more safe to start with and learn how to...
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I have a 15 amp bosch circular saw. Its well...

I have a 15 amp bosch circular saw. Its well worth the money and has lasted for years. That being said its probably more power than a newbie should have. something more like a 10 amp skill saw would...
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Posted By Gimpy2

You will need to go to a real lumber yard to get...

You will need to go to a real lumber yard to get the material for the project. The box stores just don't stock the types of material you will want. Probably going to need something thicker than 2"...
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