Splice together 2 x 4's for storage shed?

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Well, there you go! Several houses under construction + midnight = shed!!! <g>
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RE: Subject
Scarfing together short pieces to get a longer one is definitely a good solution, but hardly worth the effort for such low cost materials such as construction grade 2x4's.
Even if you have a supply of FREE small pieces, you can't get there from here.
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the snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (Rob) wrote in message

Once a month at our county dump they have hazardous waste disposal day. All the free paint you could ever use plus other bonus items like thinners, roofing tar, water proofing, etc. Worth checking out if available in your area.
Mike
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Since your stock is 4' long, just build two walls sections that are 4' in height. Stack one section on top of the other and nail them together. A little odd, but you are trying to save money.
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