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10" CMU

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    Posted: 01.Jun.2020 at 00:06
Does anyone have a 10" CMU detail?  I'm sure I can make one but I have never heard of one so I want to make sure they really exist :-)

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Yes, they do exist.  You can buy them at Lowe's or Home Depot.  And they meet ASTM C 90 specifications.
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