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No, it's cool that he actually makes them. I enjoyed the video. I'm sure other people will too.
Alright thats good im deffinately not a promo guy , i was just thinkin somebody could make his idea even better. I usually rip up subfloor on my knees so yea :laughing: what do you use to deal with subfloor removal?
 

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Alright thats good im deffinately not a promo guy , i was just thinkin somebody could make his idea even better. I usually rip up subfloor on my knees so yea :laughing: what do you use to deal with subfloor removal?

I use an 18 year old :laughing: and cut between the joists
 

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Alright thats good im deffinately not a promo guy , i was just thinkin somebody could make his idea even better. I usually rip up subfloor on my knees so yea :laughing: what do you use to deal with subfloor removal?
If it's glued and nailed I use a mattock and a 42" dewalt wrecking bar. I saw it up into manageable pieces before I go yanking on it though.
 

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If it's glued and nailed I use a mattock and a 42" dewalt wrecking bar. I saw it up into manageable pieces before I go yanking on it though.
Nice. I just got one of those dewalt bars at a pawnshop for 10 bucks.Its a ice chopper till work picks up again....
 
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