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Old 12-12-2008, 04:04 PM   #3
TampaDoc
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The drain is at the end of the run, so it's not very deep(right below the cement). and the location is not suitable either as it's against an outside wall and would interfere with the foundation. I was thinking I could skim some of the top to gain some slope but it still goes back to my first question.

I really don't want a ramp If I can avoid it. It would be a stumbling hazard for my boy.
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