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Moisture level is normal . The AquaB will handle any moisture in the subfloor.

Make sure you sand down any edges where the subfloor sheets meet, if they unlevel,

I think staples hold better , but cleats are easier to pull if you need to remove a damaged or scratched board.

Make sure you have plenty of spline where needed or just wear your safety glasses when you make your own.

Put some tape on the bottom of your floor nailer to prevent scratching boards as you install.

Beware of mis-milled boards because 5" cherry always has mis-milled boards , especially on the shorties.
 

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You just need undercut saw with a diamond blade . I use a crain 825 , they cost about $280 , plus $45 for the extra diamond blade. It has hieght adjustment knobs to make the cut perfect .We undercut all brick/stone fireplaces, walls and tile. It also works great for door casings , wood stair landings, etc.You might be able to rent one at your local tool shop.
 
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