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Daily Archives: 9-May-2016
I usually use 92 5/8″ studs when I am building standard 8′ tall walls – they sit sit in piles at my nearby lumber yards next to piles of 8′ long studs. I recently saw (example) that there are three pre-cut sizes available:
92-5/8″ : used for 8′ ceiling heights
104-5/8″ : used for 9′ ceiling heights
116-5/8″: used for 10′ ceiling heights
In this post, I thought I would take a look at these pre-cut sizes to (1) learn why these values are used, and (2) to decide if any of them would be appropriate for my building activities. Continue reading