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Old 11-13-2013, 12:07 PM   #11
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Windows, showers, glass replacement for cabinets, etc...replacing this brace seemed pretty straightforward to me, but apparently not. I think that he used a clamp to pull the front and rear panels in to the brace and probably cranked a little to much. I wasn't there, so I'm not sure.

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Do you have a backyard? If you dug a trench and sealed both sides of the crack, perhaps you could have a backyard pond.

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