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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-22-2005, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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anyone know where i can buy 4x8 sheets of galvanized steel?

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well i found a place by me, but there closed of course.

if someone can get a discount great if not, no biggie


i think i am going to need

18- 4x8 sheets
4- 16ft studs
9- 8ft studs


gauge, i am not sure probably the same thickness of heating ducts wall gauge what ever that might be, maybe a touch thicker.



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actually i need to build it 10x7x8 feet now that i measured my area
so i need to rethink the materials, but i am to tierd now.



yeah i am , building bling bling plates for bikes to hold extra neon bulbs



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The guy I get my steel from has sheet steel....4'x8' and 4'x10'.....20 ga. to 3/4 in(4'x8') and 12ga. to 1/4"(4'x10'). I can get ya pricing tomorrow if you'd like.
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