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Old 02-27-2010, 09:51 AM   #1
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Framing 101


This is an example of how not to frame a header.
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Old 02-27-2010, 10:54 AM   #2
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Looks like someone tried to raise the door height over the years? But come on atleast cut a proper length header. Its only a 2x4

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What's wrong with that?
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That is one crippled Jack!! They probably had no saw and found that "header" on the ground
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what's the title,,,,,,,," at any moment""-, butcher job, "wheres the beef"-
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maybe just toss in a few cedar shims and some Gorilla Glue...

Gorilla Glue's some pretty good stuff, it holds gorillas together, have you ever seen a gorilla come undone?
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Looks like termites holding hands. Yikes
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1.)SSSSHHHHHHHH?the sheetrocker will take care of it
2.)that will be extra !!
3.)WHAT THE ?
4.)Dont worry its non bearing
5.)If u Hear it creack...RUN OUT THE HOUSE
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Hey! I think I lost my last bid to that guy!
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maybe just toss in a few cedar shims and some Gorilla Glue...

Gorilla Glue's some pretty good stuff, it holds gorillas together, have you ever seen a gorilla come undone?

Yes! there was turds everywhere.
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Old 02-28-2010, 10:37 PM   #11
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Thanks Hugh, That was worth it!

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What is the white stuff in there...is that Bubble gum?
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beautiful work. Wouldn't let the kids play in that clubhouse
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Is that header really made up of several pieces of wood patched together?
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Is that header really made up of several pieces of wood patched together?
It kinda looks like that new "Finger Joint" Technology!!!

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That is one crippled Jack!!
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