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Old 04-08-2003, 07:20 AM   #1
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Old 04-08-2003, 09:56 AM   #2
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I think you've got it. Now I'm going to get some work done, and come back in an hour or so to see if they've loaded.
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..uuuuuuhhhhhhh....... Steve.....a wee bit smaller...'Mon..

I'm running the serial number on that drill,

and are those tracks from sears workboots ?


Steve you a diy ? Looks great,
don't forget to notch those studs !
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Oops. Wow, I'm suprised at the picture size too. I'm new to the whole digital picture thing-borrowed my wife's camera to document my first attempt at a tile shower. Guess I shouldn't have checked the radio button that said send picture "full size".

RJ, I am DIY'er. This is my first attempt at a mortor bed shower. Placed the pre-slope last night. Notching the studs?? Is that to provide some relief for the liner where it wraps up the walls so that the cement board is flat to the wall? Never thought about that. I nailed the blocking flush with the studs too.
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You can shim out the studs with lathe strips or whatever you have handy.
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Old 04-10-2003, 10:42 AM   #7
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yup Steve, you need to notch them puppies and "persuade"
the blocking back about 1/4" to leave room for the liner.
of course you could shim...but then you would have to remove all that lovely cbu up on top, shim, then reinstall it...

I use a 2lb "persuader" ...use a piece of scrap wood to take all
the dents the "hammer" hands out..
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