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RE: T.G.I. and lentils and rebarbs FLOOR JOISTS

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Jeff,

The experts on HOME TIME were using vertical "RERODS" in their block
basement wall for
"extra strength".  I don't think they had a clue as to how much strength
they needed in the first place.  They were grouting in 8' lifts and moving
the "rerods" up & down to get the grout to go all the way down.  Now I know
how to grout after watching the self proclaimed experts!

Dave Nuttall, P.E.
Green Bay, WI



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Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 12:00 PM
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Subject: Re: T.G.I. and lentils and rebarbs FLOOR JOISTS


T.G.I.'s are on my list of "heard it wrong" They are on the shelf beside the
lentils, rebarbs, footers(yes it is footing not footer), colyums, cement and
the like.  Does anyone else have some good ones?

Jeff Fertich, P.E.
Gettysburb, PA

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