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Old 11-12-2016, 01:31 PM   #41
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Like a 16" x 24" square? That's pretty big to carry around isn't it?
No personally have an 8 x 12, fits in my Klein bag nicely. But there's a big 16 x24 in the gang box if needed.
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No personally have an 8 x 12, fits in my Klein bag nicely. But there's a big 16 x24 in the gang box if needed.
Ahh, okay. Just seemed really big for just marking out for boxes.
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I guess it's not a framing square but a carpenters square
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