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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/30/2014, 10:13 PM

    12"x2" registers? Yes I can upload a pic if your curious. Only had them at one HD location around me.

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/30/2014, 10:09 PM

    before you close it up be sure you can get a register to fit that boot. I actually have two 12x2 registers that will fit perfectly I got the other day. Just need to grab the flo...

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/30/2014, 10:07 PM

    I can't believe some fool blasted a bunch of (drywall?) screws into that oak. The floor appears to be in decent shape if it weren't for that idiocy! Right, me either. He used a ...

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/29/2014, 6:15 PM

    And the other one finished..

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/29/2014, 6:13 PM

    All done.

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/29/2014, 2:33 PM

    Last one done. Now to fill what I took away.. Thanks for answering all my questions.

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/29/2014, 12:25 PM

    One down, one to go next one is a bit more complicated.

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/29/2014, 12:21 PM

    I went through the floor and there was a spot in the basement where I could actually slide the ducting all the way back. I cut about 3 inches off and attached it with some self ...

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/28/2014, 5:19 PM

    Where does the duct originate from? It looks like you could pull that last floorboard and trim enough subfloor to adjust the duct. Edit: If you're putting a new floor over the o...

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/28/2014, 4:10 PM

    Are you a contractor? I'm the foreman for a landscape design company, we specialize in paver patios and custom decks.

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/28/2014, 12:57 PM

    I'm not really understanding the problem. You want to move the register out from the wall, without either accessing the ceiling from below, or taking up the floor? Delta Basical...

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/28/2014, 12:44 PM

    I was wondering how he got that newspaper to stick to that wooden wall. :blink: :eek: Delta :laughing: I didn't even notice that..

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    tyfattoriPosted new reply in HVAC8/28/2014, 12:29 PM

    It looks like you have a floorboard there that is just waiting to come up to make room. I cut it back about an inch and a half just now with the sawzall so it fits now I just ne...

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    CaliforniadecksPosted new reply in HVAC8/31/2014, 12:10 AM

    Yes I can upload a pic if your curious. Only had them at one HD location around me. 2" is Interestingly narrow

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    hdavisPosted new reply in New Member Introductions8/14/2014, 5:56 AM

    Welcome to CT! I don't envy using a pole sander to take all that stuff off after it's painted:whistling

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