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"ok as long as the wall is not leaning out a foot or two,,,,, which none will unless…"

John O'Connell replied Apr 22, 2008 to New nailing patterns

15 Dec 9, 2008
Reply by Jim Saladin

"no they work fine actually make things alot easier especially when in confined areas…"

John O'Connell replied Apr 22, 2008 to New nailing patterns

15 Dec 9, 2008
Reply by Jim Saladin

"In the testing we have done with the army corp of engineers, the anchors would alway…"

John O'Connell replied Mar 28, 2008 to New nailing patterns

15 Dec 9, 2008
Reply by Jim Saladin

"when this happens in NY once in a blue moon, they are required to scaffold off the s…"

John O'Connell replied Mar 22, 2008 to Atlanta Tornado

3 Apr 26, 2008
Reply by Scott Nacheman

"i do not know what your engineer is thinking,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, with so many different t…"

John O'Connell replied Mar 17, 2008 to New nailing patterns

15 Dec 9, 2008
Reply by Jim Saladin

"there is no one number,,,, it will depend on the type of wall.................... I…"

John O'Connell replied Mar 16, 2008 to New nailing patterns

15 Dec 9, 2008
Reply by Jim Saladin

"you can do that if you wish, however, the coating on the nails holds them tighter in…"

John O'Connell replied Mar 15, 2008 to New nailing patterns

15 Dec 9, 2008
Reply by Jim Saladin

"I'M in the process of writing an article for the magazine identifying the changes ma…"

John O'Connell replied Mar 14, 2008 to New nailing patterns

15 Dec 9, 2008
Reply by Jim Saladin

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