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Old 09-12-2016, 07:30 PM   #21
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Memphis: I agree with what Flyboy says. My plywood(2nd choice osb) will be 1/2, or 9/16 (whatever is cheap and close to that thickness at home depot/lowes).
IMHOP, what I've read about OSB is it should not be used on a floor because when produced it is sealed & if you cut it & don't reseal it the moment moister hits it it starts disintegrating.
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IMHOP, what I've read about OSB is it should not be used on a floor because when produced it is sealed & if you cut it & don't reseal it the moment moister hits it it starts disintegrating.
+2 points for plywood, that's all the reason I need to stay away from osb.
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Ya...OSB will swell up like a sponge if it gets moist. I'm going with marine ply.
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