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    savageonePosted new reply in Framing2/11/2010, 12:19 PM

    Interesting ....so the entire weight of the soffit assembly (verticals and horizontals) are being held up only by screws thru the drywall at the top of the vertical rip. Thats a...

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    savageonePosted new reply in Framing2/10/2010, 11:55 AM

    He must of used the studs lying flat with the web facing down. I agree the flange on both sizes are the same, 1-1/4".

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    savageone Created new thread in Framing2/9/2010, 7:50 AM

    I’m an electrician and my friend is a Commercial finish carpenter. We are going to box in duct work and a beam in my basement with metal studs. The soffit will be 35’ long and...

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