01-29-2009, 02:05 PM
Join Date: Jan 2005
My Ride: Suburban LT 4x4
Pretty sure I said that.
Originally Posted by blownE30M3
You don't need a top of the line stud finer and you don't need to cut a hole.
Use a small screwdriver (eyeglass or watch) and poke through the drywall where you think the stud is located. You can tell by the resistance if it is a stud or not.
He is going to have to poke holes on each side of the stud to find the edges anyway. Why not cut the hole to make sure he is doing something correctly that he has never done before?
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