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  1. Don.l

    Don.l Stunt Coordinator

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    Well, I'm finally hanging drywall. I have to say that if I had the money I would pay someone to do all of the drywall stuff. It is some hard work, especially when you are doing it alone. I don't like trying to screw into steel studs. That is one (and probably the only) drawback to using steel studs. I'll keep everyone posted.

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    Then why did you use steel studs?
     
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    Well, basically because they are all straight and they won't warp or twist like wood. They are easier to cut and fit into place then wood. There is no saw dust everywhere to clean. And really the only cutting tool you need is a pair of snips. The steel is easy and lightweight to fit around stuff.

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