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Old 03-11-2011, 01:19 PM   #1
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4 Foot Soffit For Basement


back to back hvac ducts and beam just under four foot want to soffit with metal studs never soffited this wide any input. two verticle 1 5/8 steel 25 walls and horizontal 1 5/8 between two walls, or two 1 5/8 walls, horizontal 3/4 plywood connecting vert. walls then add drywall, overkill? 1st way strong enough?

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Old 03-11-2011, 02:37 PM   #2
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Umm....yes...I have no idea what the question is.

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Old 03-11-2011, 03:44 PM   #3
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two things amaze me about "remodelers" like this,
1) getting work and having no idea how to do it and 2) getting work and having no idea how to do it!
How the hell do you get jobs that you have no idea on how to do them? Are the homeowners that blind?
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I'll tell you how.. He under bid me !
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I've done it before similar to the first way you mentioned only difference is I used 20 ga. Passed inspection and was plenty rugged. Mine was just over 4' wide and tied one side back into the beam.
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thanks cbreeze, im a concrete man mainly, just throwing something out their for some input, always some idiots out their, im also a college grad not that it matter, writing no thesis hear, wasnt looking for a smart a__ answer, just throwing some ideas around, anyhow thanks cbreeze

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