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Old 12-25-2005, 05:37 PM   #1
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Ever Go Osb For Conc. Forms?


we pour a # or 18" 20' deep peirs next week, grade beam and 6' retaining wall follows 8". thinking of going osb to save a few bucks. i know i may only get 2 pours or so out of them. what do you think? maybe 3/4" necessary? won't have the ply strength. i also am a certified welder and fabricator,
if any of you need help in that dept. 43 yrs in the trades. [old fart]
 

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