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Old 05-06-2018, 03:02 PM   #1
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What Kind Of Collated Nails Are Common In Wisconsin?


I'm heading to the Midwest June 6 to rebuild a deck for my mom and step dad, who just found out he has stage 4 colon cancer, and won't be able to do the work.

I have a strapshot joist hanger nailer that takes paper 30-35 degree, and a Hitachi framer that takes plastic 21 degree. Can I find these easily locally?

Specifically in DeForest near Madison if anyone knows where I should look for lumber, nails etc.
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Have a friend that is a builder near Madison, uses WI Building Supply a lot. Contact them.

http://www.wibuildingsupply.com/contact/locations.html

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Save big money >>>> When you Shop Menards

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You should be able to get all the nails at Menards but their lumber sucks.
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You should be able to get all the nails at Menards but their lumber sucks.
But it sucks less than home cheapo. Most local yards have the same crap, they just don't put all the returns and cull on top. Where the yard idiots can load them for delivery or you have to toss off to get to the fresh ones in the lift.
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