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Old 17-08-2013, 16:50   #16
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Re: How is this done?

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I was thinking about that. Can you explain those dimensions? 3/4" depth by 3/4" wide?
Dimensional lumber is length by width, by height. The 3/4" applies to both the width and height, whether the length is 1' or 5' long. Think of it this way, the sides are equal, only the length is different.

A stringer does not have to have equal sides though...
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Re: How is this Done?

O.K., I am Wrong. If you were to use fiberglass cloth and epoxy to attach a vertical strip of wood in the same manner as when constructing a stringer you'd basically end up with what you need.

But, the correct term is furring. Furring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I have been self corrected in response to the other posts.
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