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  1. #1
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    Default A new way to support a hip rafter

    Found this today on a McMansion.

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    Default Re: A new way to support a hip rafter

    Scott,

    At least he only used 2 layers of shingle for shims.

    Got to love that plastic vent.

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    Default Re: A new way to support a hip rafter

    Looks like someome lost there full time job and took another job as a journeyman carpenter.


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    Default Re: A new way to support a hip rafter

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Wieczorek View Post
    journeyman carpenter.
    Ow, ow, ow ... "journeyman" "implies" some knowledge and training.

    Just buying a hammer and a saw does not make one a "journeyman".

    I'd say a 'wannabe'.

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    Default Re: A new way to support a hip rafter

    I'd say friday afternoon at 4:25


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    Default Re: A new way to support a hip rafter

    Ow, ow, ow ... "journeyman" "implies" some knowledge and training.

    Just buying a hammer and a saw does not make one a "journeyman". I'd say a 'wannabe'

    Agreed but haven't you ever seen journeymen work that looks like this picture ? I have and the journeyman claimed he'd been in the biz 20+ years.


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