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    wall help

    hello...i plan on building a wall in my gmc envoy and i have about 20 or so cubes to work with.... i talked to a friend and he said to make 4 separate boxes and construct the wall about that...or is it better to make one giant box to save wood and gain more air space but lack some stability? thank you



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    Re: wall help

    Just do a big box...it won't lack any stability if it's built and braced right.



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    Re: wall help

    I would do one big box or two towers side-by-side (if it's too difficult to manuever a single box)




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