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Posted by Tim Hoist on September 24th, 2002 12:49 PM
In reply to Tim, trying desperatly to by Moderator, Steve on September 23rd, 2002 09:39 PM [Go to top of thread]

What I have is a normal corner in the room. What I am doing is making it into a closet. If you are looking directly at the corner. I have an equal length wall coming our from the right and the left. The gap between those two walls is like 38". Now obviously to put a wall between these two walls it will be at an angle. There are two problems I see. An image of what I am doing is basically like a neo-angle shower, but a neo-angle closet.

As I cut the header at the necessary angle on the ends, it sticks beyond the 2X4. I am just planning on trimming the 2x4 on the ends so I have a flat surface.

The other problem being the drywalling the outside of the angle. I will not have a 2X4 right on the ends because of the angle.

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