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How would you set sectionals on this? - firstname.lastname@example.org - 09-23-2011 09:58 PM
That is about it, how would you set sectionals on this type of frame. The glass on the bottom is about 10 ft up and I set up a 6548 stack, thats 19 ft to about one ft short of the top and was able to catch the one inch lip on those frames in between the panes but up where I had to be working it just felt a little shaky like I could lose that one inch purchase, so I backed down.
I was angled to the glass of course.
Flat on the dividers it looks like the top is on the glass.
Would a v top help?
I thought those with more sectional experience might know.
RE: How would you set sectionals on this? - mdtino - 09-27-2011 03:32 PM
Hey Kevin, I have been using sectionals for some time. I would probably put the ladder over the top. If I could reach the the bottom too, I would make the ladder smaller and put it underneath the windows. Hard to tell from just a pic. The mullions look to small to put the sectional on. I all most always use a v grove head piece. Good luck, Mike
RE: How would you set sectionals on this? - ShowMe - 10-01-2011 01:58 PM
I would use WFP.
RE: How would you set sectionals on this? - shefferz - 02-08-2012 11:26 AM
YEAH If you have a WFP, casements are by far your fastest and quickest windows to clean with.
RE: How would you set sectionals on this? - greenj26 - 02-27-2012 11:59 AM
Use the open rung standoffs and set the ladder underneath the windows. That is, if the windows aren't super tall. Kind of hard to gauge size with a photo.