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Old 12-09-2007, 01:11 AM   #41
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that looks good what does it feel like to walk on? where are all the empties?
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Old 12-09-2007, 03:24 AM   #42
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that looks good what does it feel like to walk on? where are all the empties?
It feels real good to walk on. Nice and solid. I'm looking forward to driving it and seeing if there is a sound difference. My wife makes me recycle all of the empties! But there are probably a few on the couch that you can't see in that photo!
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Old 12-14-2007, 10:40 PM   #43
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i saw a show on tv and they were installing a sub floor onto a cement floor they were using a osb panel that had rubber mat with pads on it these panels were tunge and groove and looked to be between 3 to 4 feet square they also allowed air to pass through anybody seen this?
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ok i found the product it is called dricore and they have a website these panels are 24x24 inches i think i will try these if they are not too pricey plus im working around existing walls and cabinets so the size will be good i do not know how to post the link but googling dricore will work
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Have you tried the Dricore yet? I'd be very interested if you did, or what you found out.
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HAH..bet that show was Holmes on homes.... a great show for seeing what not to do, then how to do it right.. man if ever one of the contractors would show up after he has started to fix things it would be a R rated show for sure.
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oh yes i would like to see that show there would be tools flying everywhere we used the dricore in a basement with a cement floor and they worked great level locked together good quality the only thing is the price which was 7 to 8 bucks for a 24x24 inch panel so its kinda pricey, but good im thinking thats a little pricey of course thats a canuk buk! you can check out usa prices on home depot as i get canuk prices4x8 osb and pink may be less tim
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ovrx is another product i saw on home depot 280 bucks for 35 pieces looks close to the same.HEY IM A MEMBER NOW
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Canuck Buck or Greenback...it's all about the same now unfortunately.
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well from the other side of the line its great prices have come down on everything cars trucks auto parts tools the only thing that hasnt had a price break is BEER! and yes i have also been to ireland for a beamish! so the dricore works out to be about 2 bucks a square foot about how much for osb and foamboard? kc10chief?
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