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Old 11-07-2018, 01:00 AM   #1
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11/16" Solid Acacia


I'm getting stuck with a LL install. The product is noted as 11/16" solid. Let me preface this by saying I laid quite a few wood floors, with varying methods glue down, crown staple, L cleat, hell even clicklock...
The 11/16" thing is bothering me though. Lol. I can't find s single damn gun that offers a baseplate that size. Should I just use my 3/4" plate? So confused

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