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Topic - Framing my training wall

GwilymR - on 28 May 2014
So I have finally decided on the shape that my training wall will be - a 12ft long board at 10deg facing a 12 ft long board at 30 deg. Now I need to think about the construction...

Trawling the internet has led me to believe that 2x4 studs are suitable for vertical and near vertical panels (the 10deg) but for anything steeper you should use 2x6 or even 2x8 studs at a minimum of 24" centres but preferably 16" centres.

Can anyone out there who has built a training wall share what they did and tell me how rigid the result is? - I wouldn't want it to flex when doing dynamic moves even if it was structurally sound.

Thanks in advance,

Gwilym
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