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  1. #1
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    It's been awhile but it still looks pretty good

    I'm putting this on the wall because it's been over a year since I built a fitting, we fell behind so I got pulled off service and I did a filtered 90 dovetailed into a return box and nailed it. I also did everything else from the ceiling down.
    I ran out of tape, hence the one taped joint.


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    hey, is that supply plenum out of plumb?



    looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    hey, is that supply plenum out of plumb?



    looks good.
    Unfortunately the stub through was off about a 1/4", but the first return piece also has a 1/2" offset so it wouldn't be slammed against the wall. The return stub was put directly against the drywall on the rough in and I'm not a big fan of scraping the walls putting drives on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mason View Post
    ..............I'm not a big fan of scraping the walls putting drives on.
    Those drive cleats can be a bear.

    Nice job!
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    Wow!

    I'd sure like to learn how to do sheetmetal work...

  6. #6
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    Not a fan of flex connectors at all but I have used them occasionally. Good to see someone else use metal though!

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